Next Offered: August 28-December 3, 2015 (depart U.S. on August 27; depart London on December 3, 2015)
Samuel Johnson wrote in the 18th century that anyone "who is tired of London is tired of life," and it is still true! One of the largest cities in the world, London is the center of British fashion, finance, government, media and the arts, and it welcomes visitors from all over the world. Its history, from Roman times to the present, is alive and tangible in its architecture and institutions. The student uses London as a textbook (royal palaces, double-decker busses, Piccadilly Circus, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the tube) learning British life and culture in an exciting and indelible way.
Our Semester-in-London is an innovative, non-traditional program combining a rigorous academic curriculum with a wide array of experiential learning opportunities. Each student must enroll in:
British Life and Culture
(8 semester hours), consisting of:
Study Abroad Tutorial
(8 semester hours), consisting of a project in the student's major area of study under the direction of a professor at Dominican and a British expert (tutor) in the field. You will choose your own project, but some examples of recent tutorials include:
Currently enrolled students may not opt for the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option for this course.
Completed application packet:
For more information, please contact Sue Ponremy, director international studies, at email@example.com or call (708) 524-6965.
Due to fluctuation of exchange rates, the cost of the program is subject to change.