Study Abroad – Canterbury
Canterbury Christ Church University is an accredited British University offering a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional courses. The University has students from over 50 countries and provides its approximately 10,000 students with a friendly environment and excellent support services. A faculty member will accompany students to Canterbury and be available to students throughout the semester.
- Earn 12 hours college credit
- Study with British instructors at Canterbury Christ Church University
- Live with a British family in Canterbury
- Experience the history and politics of England
- Participate in several study-field excursions to sites such as:
Tower of London, Bath, British Museum, Leeds Castle, Dover
- Optional trips to the continent and local areas are available.
Students will enroll in four, three-credit hour courses and will be automatically placed in the equivalent Canterbury Christ Church University courses. Students will have access to all of the facilities and activities at the University. Choose courses from those listed on the back of this brochure. Others may be available.
- $9,000* + airfare (approx. $1,000)
Transportation from London airport to Canterbury and return, limited health insurance, a single room in a Canterbury family home with daily breakfast, scheduled study-field excursions, and use of Canterbury Christ Church University student facilities.
Scholarships for SCC Tuition have been Board Approved.
Passport fees, meals, (except breakfast), damage deposit, and miscellaneous expenses. Textbooks are not included in program cost, but textbooks are not extensively used in British college classes.
A $200 deposit must be received on or before April 30, 2018, to hold your reservation.The deposit will be refunded if your application is not accepted or held as a deposit against damage while you are on the program and refunded at program’s end.
Full payment must be received on or before July 15, 2018. . Any cancellation after this date will carry a $150 administrative cost penalty.
While this program has been designed for St. Charles Community College students, any person meeting the eligibility requirements may apply.
- At least 12 college credit hours completed at SCC.
- 3.0 grade point average or higher.
- Completion of College Composition I with a “C” grade or higher.
Students must select the following classes:
- British Politics and Society
- Global Education Studies
Students may select two courses from the following academic areas:
|American Studies||Art||Business and Marketing Studies|
|Contemporary Language Studies||Computing||Film, Radio and Television Studies|
|History and Archaeology||Drama||Media Studies and Communication|
|Geography||English||Politics and International Relations|
|Music||Psychology||Theology and Religious Studies|
Additional courses may be available by the time of registration; all students accepted for the program will be advised of any changes or additions when they occur. Students will want to have alternative courses in mind in case of scheduling conflicts.
For additional information, contact Karen Jones, Dean of AHS at 636-922-8258 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: St. Charles Community College (“College”) has made every reasonable effort to determine that the information stated in this brochure is accurate. Courses offered and other matters contained herein are subject to change without notice by the Administration and/or Board of Trustees of the College for reasons related to enrollment, finances, scheduling costs, or for any other reason. The College further reserves the right to add, amend, or repeal any of the rules, regulations, policies, or procedures applicable to the program offered herein. Travel, housing, meals and other logistical arrangements are provided by an independent contractor not affiliated with the College and the College assumes no responsibility therefore. Participants will be required to sign a statement releasing the College from any liability in which the program offered herein or the services provided by the independent-contractor. Insurance coverage is recommended. The College is not responsible for losses resulting from lack of any insurance coverage.
In cooperation with the Missouri Consortium for Global Education