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  • Locations: Bath, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom; Paris, France
  • Program Terms: Summer
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 02/15/2018 02/15/2018 07/01/2018 07/29/2018
Fact Sheet:
Class Standing: 6. Sophomore, Junior, Senior Minimum GPA: 2.5
Housing Type: Residence Hall Area of Study: Art, English, History, Search 201, Theatre
Language of Instruction: English Type of Program: Academic Study
Program Description:
Information Session: Monday, November 12, 11:30-12:30 in Hyde Hall, Refectory.  

Program Name:
Rhodes Summer School in London

Course Credit:
Two courses chosen from the following:  Shakespeare and Performance, Contemporary Art in London, Search 201: British Studies Track, and Modern British Politics 
Foundation Credits available: F1, F4, F5, F8 (pending), F11 
*Students will receive one F credit for each class in addition to the F11 (which is approved), for a total of 3 F credits for the program. Students will receive 8 credits in total for participation in this program.

Location and Dates:
Where: London, United Kingdom; Paris, France
Dates: July 1-29, 2018

Eligibility Requirements: Minimum GPA of 2.5 and be in good academic and social standing

Program Description:
The academic program will consist of a total of two liberal arts courses to be completed over four weeks; students will choose two courses from a list of four for a total of 8 credits. In 2018, the courses will be Shakespeare and Performance (F4), Contemporary Art in London (F5), Search 201: British Studies Track (F1), and Modern British Politics (F8 pending). The fee includes all costs associated with the academic program, accommodation, catering (three meals per day), social events and excursions. This charge does not, however, cover the cost of flights.

Alongside the academic program, students will be involved in a daily social program of events that embraces what London has to offer. Highlights include trips to Stonehenge and surrounding British sites, and an overnight trip to Paris, France; day trips to Tate Modern, Borough Market and Tower of London and other evening events including a trip to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. 

Program Fee: 
TBD

Contact:
Professor Vanessa Rogers