CCSA (Cooperative Center for Study Abroad): London - London Summer

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Spend a month studying in London - one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities on earth. CCSA’s four-week program enables you to experience the great city while earning 3 or 6 hours of credit. You will reside in an en-suite accommodation at Mo... read more

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Learned first hand from interaction with a classmate about life in the middle east, Muslim religion, how the middle east feels towards America. The class was more than worthwhile - Northern Kentucky University View Entire Review
August 09, 2017 Different, Yet Amazing
It was worthwhile, I learned how to live differently and navigate - Western Kentucky University View Entire Review

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    Spend a month studying in London - one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities on earth. CCSA’s four-week program enables you to experience the great city while earning 3 or 6 hours of credit. You will reside in an en-suite accommodation at Moonraker Point in the exciting Southwark area of London, while studying with faculty and students from other CCSA member schools at the University of London King’s College Waterloo Campus. Beyond the classroom and field trips, the schedule will enable you to explore the world outside of London on weekends.

    Students may take a second 3 credit-hour course for an additional $700. Your home university may have an additional fee, so check with your CCSA campus representative. The $700 second course fee is non-refundable following the first payment deadline. Students considering a second class should bear in mind that doing so will require them to be in class or mandatory class-related activities all day Monday through Thursday.

    Available are optional day trips to Stonehenge/Salisbury and Blenheim Palace/Cotswolds and optional weekend excursions to Edinburgh/Alnwick Castle and Paris.

    Students wishing to take two classes must select one Group A course and one Group B course, as designated in the Course Descriptions section.

    Program Type(s):
    Study Abroad
    Program Length(s):
    • Summer
    • Short Term
    Instruction Language(s):
    • English
    Language Requirement(s):
    • English
    Relevant Study Subject(s):
    • Political Science and Government
    • Communication and Media Studies
    • Marketing
    • Interdisciplinary Studies
    • Finance, Financial Services
    • Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
    • Business
    • Art History, Criticism and Conservation
    • Legal Studies
    • Criminology
    • Psychology
    • International Business
    • Medical Administrative Services
    • British Literature
    • English Language and Literature
    • Chemistry
    • Arts Management, Entertainment Management
    Year Founded:
    1980
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