International Summer School In London 2006:
Time Travel Through the Arts/Destination: The World of London
June 26th - July 31st, 2006
This program is headquartered in London, England at the London Metropolitan University (formerly UNL) and requires field trips throughout London and its environs. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants, including university students at all levels, and non-degree seeking students.
During this unique opportunity students explore all the arts using London and its environs as the classroom, offering experiential instruction of weekday and weekend field trips. The program curriculum (and cost!) includes attendance at shows and concerts with backstage tours; museum /gallery and individual artist studio tours; visits/talks on-campus and on-site with working professional artists; and tours of historical/artistic sites in London and its surrounding areas (i.e. Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Brighton, and others).
Courses: (3 credits each; total of 6 credits for summer program)
and one of the following:
*Students choose appropriate course listing after discussion with Professor Brodie to meet curricular needs.
Classes will be held on-site at museums, galleries, theatres, and the like as well as at the host institution with evenings and weekends set aside for seminars, arts events, and field trips out of London. Specific itinerary details, to be announced, will allow time for students to explore London and environs on their own, as well as guided by professional working visual and performing artists.
Students will live in a university hall of residence with 4 to 6 students per suite. Suite accommodations include single bedrooms, kitchen, private bathroom facilities and showers. The hall of residence is within close proximity to London Metropolitan University and the Piccadilly Underground train line.
The cost of the program is $4500 (which includes the 6 credit tuition and registration fees) for the entire five-week program. The cost includes round-trip economy class airfare, airport transfers, lodging accommodations, full restaurant breakfast (weekdays), theatre/concert tickets, museum entrance fees, five-week underground (subway) passes, and required weekday and weekend field trip transportation to sites outside of London. Financial aid is available. The application and $200 deposit are due on December 1, 2005; the balance is due April 1, 2006. Deposits are non-refundable. Additional details are available on the application form.
Professor Ellen Faith Brodie, Director of Theatre
Eastern Connecticut State University
Shafer Hall, Room 13
Willimantic, Connecticut 06226
(860) 465-5122 or e-mail to: BrodieE@easternct.edu
Please contact the instructor above for more information about this unique Study Abroad opportunity!