Study Abroad in England

London, England

Fall Quarter 2021

Earn 15 Green River credits

The great capital city of London, with its population of seven million, boasts culturally rich museums, libraries, famous theaters, concert halls and historic buildings.  An exciting and easily maneuverable European city, London is a major political, financial and cultural center, graced with more parks and gardens than any other capital in the world.

 A red telephone booth and double decker bus on a busy street in London.

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Megan Swanson, Program Manager
Location: IVD 114
Phone: 253-833-9111 ext. 4892

 

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Location

McIntyre International Village D (IVD) 115

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12401 SE 320th St.
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Funding Information

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Courses

Students will take three 5-Credit classes, for a total of 15 credits.

Humanities: British Life and Culture Explore contemporary British life including entertainment, sport, politics, religion, social problems and Britain's changing role in an increasingly interdependent world.

English &236: Creative Writing Hone your understanding of what a stranger’s perspective can contribute to literature. We will also visit poetry slams and spoken word events.

English 225/226: Children's Literature Explore what kinds of childhood are envisioned in British Children’s Literature through classic British Children’s books such as Winnie the Pooh, and (of course) Harry Potter.

Life Abroad

Life in London, England

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Program Fees

Option A: Shared Homestay - $7,510
Option B: Shared Apartment - $9,210

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