Conduct research and support administrative activities under the direction of a member of the Scottish Parliament. Gain insight into contemporary Scotland in ways that are not possible in the classroom.
The Arcadia programs in the United Kingdom challenge you to look below the surface of daily life, engage purposefully with the landscape and people, and discover the forces and concerns shaping these countries today.
The focus of this course is to increase your awareness, knowledge and skills associated with the career and job search process both domestically and globally. The course includes career exploration and discovery, as well as the tactical pieces of a job search.
Discover the connections between design and culture in the United Kingdom.
Take courses at the University of East Anglia, one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom. This program is administered by College of Liberal Arts. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
Global Seminar May Session 2020: Unearth London’s secrets by studying the rich history of Victorian-era death in literature, art, science, and philosophy.
Spend three weeks in student-friendly Newcastle, learning about the northeast England "Geordie" identity.
Study a divided society in transition and develop a deep understanding of the process of peace building in Northern Ireland.
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the functions of large, global banking organizations. We will start with a review of the impact of the financial crisis on the regulatory landscape, and identify some of the key differences between U.S., European, and Global regulatory frameworks.
The IFSA programs in the United Kingdom combine outstanding academics with a vibrant, cutting-edge culture. Choose from renowned universities and an impressive array of subjects in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, or Wales. These universities, some of which are among the most prestigious in the world, allow you to immerse yourself in the culture while living in locations that range from small cities to large metropolises.