A visit to England and Scotland highlights the yesterday and today of the island country that once ruled a quarter of the world.
“Moving to another engineering marvel and a sacred space of another kind, in Salisbury we toured the beautiful 13th century cathedral with its astonishing spire, the tallest in all of England.”
Created out of the historic kingdoms of England - including Wales - Ireland and Scotland, the U.K. is loaded with ancient and modern history.
Faculty-Led Program - Two- to three-week faculty-led program explores England and Scotland through some of their most famous landmarks, including Westminster Abbey, Stonehenge and Edinburgh Castle. Open to traditional undergraduate students in good standing at the end of their junior year.
A Tale of Two Cities: Paris and London Winter Faculty-Led Program - A two-week tour of Paris and London over the semester break stops at some of these cities' most spectacular sites. Open to undergraduate students in good standing during their junior or senior year.
Semester- or Year-Long Exchange - Rising juniors and seniors in the traditional undergraduate program may spend a semester or year in Northern Ireland, studying at one of several universities. This program is open to rising juniors and seniors with a minimum grade point average of 3.250 who complete a special application and are selected.
Internships - Affordable, exciting and challenging internships allow students to work abroad and even live with local families. Our partner, World Endeavors, specializes in culturally immersive programs. Their goal is to make a direct and positive impact on both the interns and their host communities by providing the opportunity for life-changing experiences.