University of Evansville: Grantham - Study abroad at Harlaxton College

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The centerpiece of the semester Harlaxton College curriculum is a six-hour course in British studies. It offers an interdisciplinary introduction to British life and culture and is taught by our British faculty. Literature, art history, economics,... read more

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OVERALL RATING 4.1
Based on 8 Reviews
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My meet-a-family taught me a lot about British culture, and they always made me feel happy. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I learned about new cultures and those different from my own. I was pushed outside of my comfort-zone and learned to "go with the flow". - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
December 26, 2022 Great Experience
I gained a lot of knowledge about the world outside of America. It was very worthwhile and I recommend people to do a study abroad experience. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
I gained a lot of traveling experience, but I do not think my experience at the manor had to be how it was in terms of staff interaction. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
Past Review Unforgettable!
I learned a lot about the UK history and culture and was also exposed to the traveling lifestyle, turning it into a hobby that I will continue to pursue. - University of Evansville View Entire Review
I gained a lot of independence skills and budgeting skills. It was worthwhile. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
It was a very worthwhile experience. I met so many different kinds of people, and learned so much on how to deal with people from other countries. There is so much i learned about myself and others throughout this experience. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I learned that you can never expect other places to be how you think it will be. Each place is different and unique. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I learned how to be a travel planner and to stand up for myself. Yes it was worth it - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
Past Review Life Changing
I learned how to be more confident and independent. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
How to be truly independent and be okay with being alone. So worthwhile! - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
Past Review Europe
how to travel light - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with University of Evansville: Grantham - Study abroad at Harlaxton College
Past Review Amazing
I gained cultural knowledge throughout my experience. I was able to emerge myself in the culture. - University of Evansville View Entire Review
January 11, 2024 A Whirlwind
The program taught me a lot about how to be an independent person. Leaving the country for 4 months and starting over in a new place not knowing anyone is certainly a life-changing experience that will teach you a lot. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
My eyes were opened to the real world of other countries and cultures. I do believe it was worthwhile. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I learned about all new cultures and ways of life. Definitely worthwhile! - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
August 15, 2022 Once In A Lifetime
I gained a sense of adventure that I didn't understand before. I learned that the cultures of other countries can be similar and very different to my own. This has caused me to develop a strong urge to discover more about the cultures of the world. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
Past Review Happiness
I learned how to be more independent especially in traveling. I feel more confident in myself in body and mind. It was so worth while. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I learned about a whole other country. Yes. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
I learned how to better adapt to different situations that come up in my life. It was worth every penny spent! - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I gained cultural experience and diversity knowledge so it was definitely worthwhile. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review
I learned a lot of ways I can be independent and different strategies for planning and monitoring how I spend my time. Definitely helpful in any aspect of life - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
Past Review Eye Opening
I learned a lot about a culture that is different than the US, and I learned things about myself. I gained new friends and experiences that I'll remember forever. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
I’m more independent now than I every thought I could be. - Texas Lutheran University View Entire Review
Past Review Serendipity
I learned how to be more comfortable with traveling on my own. Testing my independence was a huge goal of mine when I decided to study abroad. - University of Southern Indiana View Entire Review

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The centerpiece of the semester Harlaxton College curriculum is a six-hour course in British studies. It offers an interdisciplinary introduction to British life and culture and is taught by our British faculty. Literature, art history, economics, history, and political science are part of the course which combines lectures, seminars, and travel.

In addition, a wide range of humanities and social science courses are offered each semester to enable students to maintain progress toward graduation in their respective academic programs. Are there courses for engineering majors? Yes! And courses for nursing students? Yes, again! Is it possible to study at Harlaxton and still graduate in four years? Yes, of course!

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  • Spring
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  • English
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