Study abroad in england

Live in England, earn transferable college credit, and don’t miss a beat in your academic program!

Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), a growing institution with 18,000 students, is located near the medieval city wall and a few blocks away from the well-known Canterbury Cathedral. While being surrounded by lovely English countryside, Canterbury still has easy access to London.

You will have the opportunity to travel through time as you explore the social, political and historical aspects of British culture. Relive the Norman Conquest, see where Thomas Becket was murdered, and walk along the ancient Roman wall. There are opportunities to visit the Tower of London, the Globe Theatre, Track 9 ¾  at King’s Cross Station,Westminster Abbey, Stonehenge, and other historical and cultural landmarks.

Live in a British home and experience independent living as a student in England

What You'll Study

  •  British Politics and Society
  •  British Lit OR British History
  •  2 approved courses in Humanities and/or Social Sciences

Activities

Study side-by-side with British student

Enjoy weekly field trips for first half of the semester and three day weekend travel on your own. Field trips may include: Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and other historical landmarks. Optional weekend trips to places such as Scotland, Wales and France

Illinois visiting faculty on-site to assist with personal and/or academic issues

Estimated Program Cost:

Cost includes instructional and housing costs, local transportation, and course-related field trips. Homestay includes breakfast daily and kitchen privileges. Airfare, one credit hour of Parkland College tuition and fees, and personal expenses not included.
Contact Jody Littleton: Room C126 phone: 217/351-2532 or email  jlittleton@parkland.edu for more information.

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For More Information:
Contact Jody Littleton: Room C126 phone: 217/351-2532 or email  jlittleton@parkland.edu for more information.