The program will begin in York, a medieval jewel that is one of the best-preserved cities in Europe, with Viking remains as well as Roman walls that encircle the city and insure that past and present are forever entwined. Renowned for its exquisite architecture, quaint cobbled streets, iconic York Minster, and a wealth of visitor attractions, York is a flourishing world-class city where you can’t help but be aware of the turbulent background of Western history and culture. Opportunities for experiencing England’s unique culture and over two thousand years of history are limitless.
London is the next stop--a global city and one of world’s most important financial centers. It is a cultural center not only for the United Kingdom and the former British Empire, but also for the entire world. London has also hosted the 1908, 1948, and 2012 Summer Olympics. Its international character is evident in every neighborhood, where people of different cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds live and work together. This diversity is remaking London, bringing a new energy to its business, arts, and sense of heritage. London is the epitome of a global city with these diverse communities, historic landmarks, amazing theater, world-class museums, and outdoor markets, and TnCIS students will experience high-quality academic study with a strong experiential component. With a history that spans over 2,000 years, it is no wonder most agree with Samuel Johnson: "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life."
- Tentative dates July 6 - July 27, 2018
All TnCIS programs are academic in nature and course work that takes advantage of the program location will be the central focus. Programs offered by TnCIS through any member institution are in keeping with SACSCOC policies for each respective institution where compliance is monitored at the institutional level. TnCIS program courses are for credit only.
In England, students will enroll in ONE course. For more information about each of these courses, including pre-requisites and syllabi, use the button provided below.
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Combine outstanding academics with a vibrant, cutting-edge culture by choosing England as your study abroad destination. This country has a hip, urban edge, and England’s many cities offer renowned art, culture and nightlife that attract visitors and immigrants from all corners of the world. Beautiful countryside and lovely villages still abound, and England will enhance your classes with its rich culture and history. Previous students have commented that this is the easiest country to visit for a first trip abroad - you'll soon feel at home there - and the experienced faculty are knowledgeable and caring.
Please note: Prospective students should be aware that study abroad programs require a great deal of walking. You should be prepared to walk several miles each day. You may also walk over uneven, possibly slippery or rocky terrain. In order to use the rapid transit system, the London Underground or “Tube,” students must be able to ascend and descend stairs without difficulty.
Excursions May Include
Students may visit World Heritage Sites such as the magnificent York Minster and the fascinating Castelgate Museum in York as well as an ancient brewery. In London, there may be visits to the Tower of London (the prison where Queen Anne Boleyn was beheaded & that now houses the Crown Jewels), The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben, Buckingham Palace with the famous Changing of the Guard, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey. A number of museums may also be visited, such as the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum, and the National Portrait Gallery. Students may also choose to explore the waterfront of the majestic River Thames, ride the London Eye, visit the International Date Line at Greenwich, or go further afield to Hampton Court, Canterbury or Windsor. Food and antique markets can be visited as well as relaxing in the many beautiful parks. London never sleeps and it is a center for all interests, whether you want music, dance, theater, literature, or great food. In the past, optional excursions to Brighton, Canterbury, Stratford on Avon, and Stonehenge have been arranged, depending on student interest.
Students usually meet for class three hours each morning during the week, using the afternoons, evenings and weekends for cultural enrichment excursions.
Students will stay in dormitory style shared housing or shared hostel rooms. Two modest meals a day will be provided.