Explore hundreds of years of British communication, persuasion, and Parliament while developing a new understanding of 21st century global citizenship. COMM 30123 Parliamentary Debate: London (3 credits) June 19 – July 1, 2019. Optional internship add-on July 1 - Aug. 1.
Interested in summer study abroad?! We are headed back to the land of crowns, kilts, kings, and queens next summer!
Travel with the department of Communication Studies to Scotland with a brief excursion to London and study persuasion and Parliamentary debate while experiencing the amazing British culture. Course visits include behind-the-scenes tour of the Houses of Parliament as well as one-on-one meetings with sitting members of British Parliament. Class visits include the British Museum, Scottish Parliament, and more! Cultural visits include high tea at The Savoy, dinner/tea at The Balmoral, and more!
COMM 30123 Parliamentary Debate (3 credits), OCO Core Credit: June 19 - July 1, 2019
International London Internship class (3 hours, optional, but highly recommended): July 1 - August 3
Mark your calendar for INFO SESSIONS (choose one!):
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, NOON, MOUDYS 320
THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, NOON, MOUDYS 341
TWO REQUIRED ORIENTATION MEETINGS:
- February 2019
- Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 8:30–11:00 am (must be present to receive rail passes, Oyster card, hotel/housing assignments, etc.)
Applications are now open!
To apply - contact faculty directly: Dr. Iba (email@example.com) and/or Mrs. Carrie Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Looking forward to another magical, rewarding, challenging, thoughtful journey across the pond! Join us!
Dates: June 19 - July 1, 2019
Course: COMM 30123 Parliamentary Debate, OCO Core Credit
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