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GEL-English History; Real and Imagined
London, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
|Program Type:||Global Experiential Learning (GEL)||Academic area:||Arts and Sciences, Business|
|Satisfies foreign language requirement:||No||Credit bearing:||Yes|
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|Freshman, Graduate student, Junior, Other, Senior, Sophomore|
|Language of instruction:||English||Housing options:||Hostel/Hotel|
Program Description: Students will enroll in one of two courses, in English or History, focused on how English history has been memorialized in literature or public history. The group will visit historic sites, museums, and locations of literary significance in order to explore the ways that history and heritage are remembered. The focus will be primarily on English history before 1800, including the Roman occupation, the real and legendary King Arthur, the age of Chaucer and the age of Shakespeare. Sites may include the Tower of London, Hampton Court, Museum of London, the British Museum, the Globe Theater, the Jorvik Viking Experience, Norwich, Stratford, Whitby, or points beyond.This trip will include substantial walking and standing as well as travel by public transportation, including subway, bus, or train. Some sites may include many stairs, narrow staircases, or confined spaces.
Program cost: $2,900. This includes group accommodations in hostels or similar, round-trip airfare, lodging, SU credit, most meals and entry fees. This trip will include substantial walking and standing as well as travel by public transportation, including subway, bus, or train.
Visas: No visas required for U.S. citizens. Other nationalities should verify with the British Embassy for potential visa requirements
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