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Britain - Humanities 304

 

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Overview

Spend an intensive week seeing the highlights of the City of London, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, The Tower, Buckingham Palace, Covent Garden Market, the V&A Museum, National Gallery, and the London Eye. Visit prehistoric Stonehenge, the college town of Oxford, and Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford.Stonehenge_edit.jpg

Application Information

Students must complete an application form and submit it and a deposit by October 18, 2013. Applications will be considered in the order they are received. The kickoff meeting will be held on or about October 30.

Course Credit

Take the course for credit as HUM 203 or as HUM 304: British Culture and History. You can go on the trip even if you have already taken a 304. Costs for the trip are in addition to regular tuition. There will be an online and on-campus introduction with weekly assignments before the trip and a post-trip meeting.

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The $2,700 (approx) total includes airfare, hotel, transfers, and all scheduled entrance fees & tickets (meals are not included). Airfares and fuel costs change, as do exchange rates; any cost changes will be announced before the trip departs. Hotel costs are based on shared occupancy.

 

Due October 18 – deposit of $500

Due January 15 – final balance

Deposit is non-refundable unless someone else is able to take your place.

Contact Dr. Copeland at tom.copeland@geneva.edu for more info.


 

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