Truman State University: London - Missouri London Program with CAPA

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Live like a Londoner and be inspired by a program that immerses you in local culture, academically and socially, through a classroom like no other. A city of international business, fine arts, design, theatre, technology, politics, and finance awa... read more

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November 08, 2016 Mostly Bad, Some Good
I learned how to go about a huge city by myself and take care of myself. - Truman State University View Entire Review
I learned how to navigate British culture, gained confidence in my professional future, figured out what I want to do as a profession, and learned more than I could want about Europe and Britain. The experience was totally worthwhile, but the program was bad. - Truman State University View Entire Review

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Live like a Londoner and be inspired by a program that immerses you in local culture, academically and socially, through a classroom like no other. A city of international business, fine arts, design, theatre, technology, politics, and finance awaits you.

The British heritage forms an important thread in American daily life.  A period of study in Britain offers an American undergraduate the opportunity to deepen their appreciation of literature, drama, history, art, and to develop a more thorough understanding of the two sister cultures.  Thus, the Missouri London Consortium, in association with the Missouri London Program and CAPA International Education, have developed a program for the fall and spring semester in London.

A consortium of Missouri Universities has successfully operated the Missouri London Program since 1982.  The Missouri universities provide faculty to teach selected courses abroad using their own curriculum, standards, and styles.  All courses have been structured so that academic credits earned by students are part of the regular authorized course offerings.  This allows students to make normal progress toward their undergraduate degrees while utilizing foreign resources and cross-cultural experiences.  Courses are taught by a combination of British and American academics.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Internship
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Cultural Studies
  • Design and Applied Arts
  • Drama, Theater, Theatre Arts
  • Fine Arts, Studio Arts
  • Finance, Financial Services
  • International Business
  • Literature
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