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  • Locations: Dublin, Ireland; London, United Kingdom; Travel Day, United States
  • Program Terms: Winter
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Program Sponsor: CCSA- Cooperative Center for Study Abroad 
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Winter 2022-2023 09/23/2022 ** Rolling Admission 12/26/2022 01/08/2023
NOTE: $100 application discount if received by September 9th. Participants depart US on Dec. 26, and arrive in London on the morning of Dec. 27.

** Indicates rolling admission application process.
Fact Sheet:
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Course Disciplines: Anthropology, Chemistry, English Language and Literature, Health Care Administration, History Program Type: Short Program (2-4 weeks)
Click here for a definition of this term Air Travel Options: Group Travel Available, Independent Travel Available Credit: 3 Credit Hours
Language Requirement: No Housing: Hotel
Program Description:

Program Details:

Program Base Price: $3,499 - $3,699*
Estimated Airfare: $1059 – $1259
(estimated additional cost based on recent airline prices)
Dates: Dec 26, 2022 – Jan 08, 2023
Scholarships: Yes (see scholarships page)


Accommodations:

In London, participants will be housed at the Washington Mayfair Hotel in London. Not only will participants have the advantage of being housed in central London, they will be part of a larger CCSA community due to the combining of the 2 groups.

While in Dublin, participants will stay at the Ashling Hotel. This 4-star property is located in close proximity to Phoenix Park, The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Temple Bar and more. The hotel is just a 3-minute walk to Heuston Station, where one can travel on the Luas (tram/light rail system) into and around Dublin.


Program Description:

Experience the holiday season in two unique cities. Divided not just by the Irish Sea, but by a long history of conquest & rebellion, as well as settlement & intermarriage, each city tells its own distinct story. Both are long-time seats of government, arts and business in their own countries with ties stretching out across the world.

The program begins with six nights in London, followed by air transfer to Dublin on January 2 for six more nights. Experience life in a major world city during Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve in London, followed by a slower pace of life in Dublin.

Included are several class-specific activities plus day trips (one in England and one in Ireland) to such locations as Bath, Canterbury Cathedral & Leeds Castle, Dover Castle, Stonehenge & Salisbury, or Stratford & Warwick Castle in England; and Glendalough in Ireland. Program participants reside in local hotels.

Participants are required to bring college/university ID cards, as proof of student status may be requested for activities booked with educational discounts.

The program base price includes the group flight from London to Dublin.

 

 

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The price of this CCSA program includes:
 
  • Accommodation
  • Course-related activities and entrances fees
  • All course-related ground transportation
  • Additional cultural program excursions
  • Health and emergency evacuation insurance
  • Program directors and staff on-site 24/7
  • Daily breakfast and some additional meals

Course(s) Offered:

Anthropology / Celtic Studies / History

Stone Sanctuaries & Bronze to Bog Bodies & Gold
Course Description:

This course delves into the ancient societies of Britain and Ireland, from the megalithic past through the Celts, and explores how their traditions survived invasions to form the foundation for 19th and early 20th century folk life. By visiting ancient sites, such as England’s Stonehenge, Avebury, and West Kennet Long Barrow, and Ireland’s Bru Na Boinne, as well as London's British Museum and Dublin's National Museum, students will gain firsthand experience of the ancient places and things that many know only from books and whose traditions were the foundations of life and culture in the British Isles.

“As someone who has traveled and lived in another country, reading descriptions or looking at photographs in a book cannot give the student any sort of understanding of what it really is like to learn about the lives of those whom we study with any sort of comprehension approaching that of firsthand experience. “ — Michael Simonton

Prerequisite: None
 
Dr. Michael J Simonton | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U

Business Administration / International Business / Operations and Supply Chain Management

From Grain to Glass: Exploring Adult Beverage Industries in the UK & Ireland
Course Description:

This course explores all business aspects of the brewing, distilling, and wine-making markets in the United Kingdom. Beginning in London (home to English Dry Gin) and ending in Dublin (home to many major Irish Whisky brands), the class examines the many factors that affect the supply chain and business decision-making in the alcoholic beverage industry, including the environmental, political, regulatory, and economic aspects impacting this industry now. Visits are planned to distilleries and breweries, as well as suppliers and distributors, from which students will gain a comparative perspective on how the American and British adult beverage industries manage similar issues and challenges.

Many locations included in the course offer tastings that are voluntary.

“By giving the students a good mixture of familiar and unfamiliar businesses, brands, currencies, trade practices, financial statements, marketing strategies, and interesting stories will I plan to keep them engaged the student’s imagination and excited to learn--the school they are from should be irrelevant, the topic of alcohol is universally intriguing.” – Aaron Judd

Prerequisite: None
 
Prof. Aaron L. Judd | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U

Chemistry / History / Philosophy

They Did What?! Science & Ethics in the UK & Ireland
Course Description:

Science and medicine are driving forces advancing society in hopeful ways. But they also raise fears that good discoveries can sometimes be abused. In this class we will explore the darker side of science and consider the ethical dilemmas that confront scientists, physicians, and society as science and medicine have evolved. Sites where we will explore these issues include Fleming's Lab at St. Mary's Hospital London (drug discovery and testing), the Freud Museum in London (interpretive vs. empirical science), St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin (use of statistics), and Trinity College in Dublin (current ethical standards and practices).

With this course being a chemistry elective that many universities and colleges will count towards a minor, it is very appealing to those pursuing a Chemistry minor.

“The UK & Ireland with its rich history and dubious science makes the perfect location to discuss and debate ethics in science.” Dr. Robert Shelton

Prerequisite: One year of STEM courses
 
Dr. G. Robert Shelton | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U

Creative Writing / English

Creative Writing in London & Dublin
Course Description:

In this intensive, multi-genre, creative writing workshop-based course, with Dublin and London as classrooms and the landscapes of Ireland and England as inspiration, you will be immersed in Irish and British literature, drama, visual arts, music, and culture. Explore the great cities of Dublin and London, from the chambers of St. Patrick's Cathedral to the Long Room of Trinity College, from the sound of the bells of Big Ben to the echoing tombs of Westminster Abbey, experiencing all that these historically and culturally rich places have to offer, all while broadening your imagination and fueling your creative writing.

Prerequisite: None
 
Prof. Julia Johnson | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U

Environmental Health / Public Health / Organizational Behavior & Theory / Occupational Safety

Exploring Risk Management Practices in London & Dublin
Course Description:

Students will develop a command of the risk management process, including risk identification, assessment, analysis and control. Expected learning experiences in London include Parliament, Churchill War Rooms and Imperial War and Transport museums and in Dublin include Jameson Distillery, Kilmainham Gaol, Christ Church Cathedral, Trinity College, Croke Park Stadium and the Guinness Storehouse. These sites provide a great lens for viewing how risk has been faced, understood and acted upon, each providing vivid and real insights to risk management practices both past and present. Comparisons of United States, British and Irish practices are emphasized throughout./p>

Prerequisite: None
 
Dr. David W. Wilbanks | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U / G

Health Care Administration / Communication

Health Care Across the Pond and Beyond
Course Description:

In this course designed for future healthcare professionals and communication studies majors, you will enhance your understanding of features of the British and Irish healthcare systems and be able to compare and contrast them with the American model. By exploring such sites in London as the Florence Nightingale Museum, St. Thomas Hospital, and the Royal London Hospital Museum and sites in Dublin such as the Trinity College Book of Kells and Children’s Health Ireland at Krumlin, students will gain a multicultural perspective as well as a greater familiarity with healthcare system issues, enabling them to become more effective communicators.

“ This course will appeal to a variety of majors, including nursing, public health, healthcare administration, nonprofit leadership, occupational therapy, pre-med, communication, speech pathology/communication disorders, and more.” Dr. Jennifer Fairchild

Prerequisite: None
 
Dr. Jennifer Fairchild and Ms. Krista Kimmel | 3 Cr. Hrs. | U