IU Co-Sponsored Program
- Exciting political, theatrical and artistic center
- Ideally located for travel to Scotland, Ireland & the continent
- June 14 to July 31, 2010
- Summer Program with the Institute for the International Education of Students (IES)
- Center in Bloomsbury district near the British Museum
- Instruction by British professors
- Theater visits, city tours, field trips
- 50-60 U.S. students
- "UK Today" Program**
- 6 IU credits for any two courses:
- British Youth Culture From 1950 to the Present (CMCL-C 334 or SOC-OS 100* SH)
- Censored! What the British Could Not See (CMCL-C 445) SH
- Fine Arts Workshop: Drawing the National Gallery (FINA-OS 100*) AH
- Government and Politics in Britain (POLS-Y 407) SH
- International Marketing Management† (BUS-OS 100* or SPEA-V 450)
- Living and Dying in 17th & 18th Century London (HIST-OS 100*) SH
- London & World War I (HIST-OS 100*) SH
- London Through the Eyes of Charles Dickens (ENG-OS 100* or HIST-OS 100*)
- Media & UK Politics (POLS-Y 407 or CMCL-C 204 or TEL-OS 300* or JOUR-OS 300*) SH
- Medieval London (HIST-OS 100*) SH
- Modern British Novel (ENG-L 346) AH
- Shakespeare the Dramatist (ENG-L 313) AH
- The Architecture of London (FINA-A 396) SH
- The Bloomsbury Era (ENG-L 369) AH
- Theater in London: An Introduction (THTR-OS 100*) AH
*Note: -OS 100 (-OS 300) is the default designation to identify courses recorded as 100-level (300-level) undistributed credit that can count in total hours toward graduation and may be able to satisfy major, minor, or distributional requirements with the approval of participant’s school.
**Note: IU selectively co-sponsors IES program offerings, including the one described on this page, but not all IES tracks/offerings. Please contact Overseas Study for clarification.
†Business students will only be awarded elective Business credit for this course. No exceptions are possible.
- Shared rooms in student residence hall in Chelsea.
Additional Program Information
You may apply if you
- are a degree candidate at any Indiana University campus who is making normal academic progress,
- are in at least your third full-time semester of college,
- are academically prepared for courses available on this program (primarily 300-level social sciences and humanities courses), and
- have an overall cumulative GPA of approximately 3.0.
- IU scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs with some exceptions. Please carefully check these exceptions before you commit to a program.
- IES Need-based, Merit-based, Diversity Scholarships, Legacy Scholarships and Disability Grants available. Visit IES Web site and select "Scholarships" from top navigation bar.
- General information about financial aid and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
Summer 2010: February 1, 2010
IU committee screens applications. Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.
IU committee screens applications.
Notification of application status sent electronically within 4 weeks of application deadline.
IU portion of fee: $365 IES portion of fee: $7,340 (academic fees, housing, health insurance) Meals: $1,250 International airfare: $1,100 See IU Fee Sheet for additional cost and payment details.
Personal expenses and vacation travel additional. Initial prepayment of $500 due March 1, 2010.
Personal expenses and vacation travel additional.
Initial prepayment of $500 due March 1, 2010.