- London, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Winter Semester
- Program Description:
- Prepare to be amazed while you participate in our unique course, Magic, Murder & Mystery. “Travel” from Victorian London through to the 21st Century by uncover detective stories, fantasy and children’s literature along with graphic novels. Or, take the very popular course ‘Londonopolis’ which combines contemporary theories and debates on the condition of urban life in a global city with hands-on ethnographic, street-level perspectives on urban social form experienced by students.
The course offered, Magic, Murder, & Mystery in London, may be transferred back to your home university as a literature, history, cultural studies, or sociology course, and Londonopolis may be transferred back as a cultural studies, sociology, or anthropology course. (Please contact your home university academic advisor).
Excursions and transportation to London monuments Any included activities University of Roehampton official transcript Comprehensive study abroad package
- Setting Description:
- In London discover world class art, fashion, film, history, music, theater, and nightlife. Visit the Globe Theatre, Shakespeare’s famous performance stage, used hundreds of years ago for “groundlings” and royalty alike. Study at nearby parks for green surroundings and escape from the busy city. When you study abroad with CISabroad you'll be a pro as you use the underground, train, and bus systems to immerse yourself as a local. What's on your bucket list? Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, evening theatre? A course in January will provide you a base for being a study abroad student in England. Continue on for a full semester, or three weeks in January. Whichever you decide, you will gain a world of experience as a student in London.
- For current costs and dates, please visit the CISabroad website.
Based on 1 Reviews
My semester in London01/30/16
The academic program offered a variety of courses I could never have taken at my home school, and there was plenty of time to explore London and other nearby places.ng cities and even countries on top of academics. Living with home students in a flat
of six people (some were other study abroad students) was a challenge but also fun because I made some great friends along the way. In addition, the advisers were always there to help out, and the program was fantastic. Some of the advisers helped take the stress out of the transition both there and back. I had an amazing time and would love to go back and visit the friends I made and see the city again.read moreBottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend