USA in London and Paris
June 2 - June 28, 2019.
June 1, 2019.
USA in London and Paris is a four-week program that provides students from all majors the opportunity to explore the history, culture, and society of France and Britain. Students will first spend two weeks in London and then two weeks in Paris. They will earn six hours of upper-division credit and study the history of the body and the history of crime and punishment in France and Britain from 1500 to 1900. Students will visit Stonehenge, the cliffs of Dover, Canterbury, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, the Conciergerie, the Catacombs of Paris, the Louvre, and Versailles, among other destinations.
Students will register for two classes with six (6) credit hours awarded.
HY 390/CJ 390
: Crime and Punishment in France and Britain, 1500-1900
: History of the Body
The cost of the USA in London and Paris 2019 program is $6,799. Scholarships and Financial Aid can be applied to the cost of the program.
USA Study Abroad scholarships are available to all USA student participants who submit an application and meet minimum program requirements.
The first 10 USA students who commit to the program and complete a scholarship application will receive a USA Study Abroad scholarship of $500 for the program making the cost of the program $6,299.
Students must complete the "Study Abroad Conditional Scholarship" application in Jagspot.
Financial aid may be applied to these courses. If interested in applying for financial aid, please contact a financial aid officer at your earliest convenience to request an award for summer 2019. This program is part of the USA summer schedule of courses.
Program costs include:
- Tuition for up to six (6) credit hours
- All program-related, in-country transportation
- International health insurance and emergency assistance
- Airport pickup for those who arrive on the assigned day and time
- Specified excursions in the itinerary
- Accommodations: Shared occupancy in centrally located hotels/hostels (Single accommodations are available for an additional charge)
- Daily breakfasts
- Welcome and departure dinners in London & Paris
International airfare is not included in the price of the program. Participants should budget additional funds for international airfare, meals other than breakfasts and specified dinners, and personal expenses such as souvenirs or independent travel, based on individual spending habits. The Office of International Education will reserve and facilitate flights on behalf of all students who would like assistance.
Costs are based on anticipated exchange rates, international airfare, and enrollment and are subject to change. Program items may be changed in lieu of a price increase. Price may vary for graduate students.
Payment Schedule and Deadlines:
Space is limited. A program deposit of $350.00 is due at the time of application and no later than February 22, 2019. Final payment deadline is April 8, 2019. Applicants can reserve a spot in the program by hitting the "Apply Now" button and completing the online program application. Once accepted, applicants can confirm their place in the program by paying the program deposit of $350. The deposit is applied toward the cost of the program, $300 of which is fully refundable if the participant withdraws before the application deadline of February 22, 2019.
Program fees are refundable only in the event of cancellation of the program and are based on recoverable expenses. All payments should be considered non-refundable, and any requests for consideration of refunds based on extenuating circumstances (medical, etc…) must be made in writing and will be considered on a case by case basis.
For additional information, please contact:
Dr. Claire Cage
Study Abroad Advisor
Meisler Hall, Rm 2300
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