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Discovering the Fine Arts in Great Britain Summer Program

Discovering the Fine Arts in Great Britain Summer Program

Jan 22, 2014

Discovering the Fine Arts in Great Britain Summer Program
(May 18 – June 13, 2014)

Please consider joining us for 4 special weeks this summer in London and Edinburgh.  The program runs from May 18 - June 13.  Choose from Tier II, Tier III, and a Junior Writing Course and many other fine arts options.  The program is open to ALL UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE MAJORS.    No past knowledge of the fine arts is necessary to participate.   For program details use the link at the bottom of this email.  

The program is based in London, where you will live in an apartment perfectly located in Bloomsbury, at the center of this magnificent city.  We spend 4 days in Edinburgh.   We also take two all day private bus tours to Stonehenge & Avebury and to historic Cambridge.   You will attend 2 world class plays, including one held in the famous New Globe Theatre.  We will also ride on the London Eye, the world’s largest ferris wheel. 

Your weekends are free to travel to continental Europe or elsewhere in Great Britain.  Many students remain in Europe after the program ends to continue their travel adventures.
Earn 12 or more credit hours by participating in this program.  Our art and art history courses are taught in some of the world's most famous museums & galleries as well as other exterior & interior sites throughout London & Edinburgh.  Theater courses will be offered for the first time.  Our courses include Tier 2, Tier 3 and 300J (junior writing class) options. An independent study in your own major is an option.
Various scholarships are available that we encourage you to apply for.
For Program Overview Details, a List of Course Options and scholarship options go to this website:
For questions or an individual meeting with the program director, email Jody Lamb at, or call 740-593-1812 to make an appointment.  

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