Risk Management & Insurance in London
Dr. Siwei Gao
Department: Accounting, Finance and Information Systems
Office: BTC 175 | 859-622-1579
Home to one of the three most important insurance and reinsurance markets in the world, London offers students a host of unique learning opportunities. Visit the well-known Lloyd's and some of the brokers, insurers and reinsurers doing business there. Also visit Parliament, and Westminster Abbey, attend a play in London's famed West End, and tour the city. We build in explore time for you to spend two days traveling on your own.
- EKU students will be registered in UNP 300: London: International Insurance and Reinsurance.
- Attendance in class meetings is required. At each meeting we will go over what to expect and what is required for travel. You will also be given assignments and their due dates.
St.Giles Hotel (or similar) – standard central London hotel. The reserved rooms listed as Classic Double – two students share room – and are ensuite (sink, shower, toilet). A/C in room is not guarantee, but fans are provided in each room. The windows only open a 6 inches by law. Breakfast is included at hotel. There are many nearby breakfast places since St Giles sits in a busy area – very close to theaters and other shopping areas. Here is google map view of area around St. Giles.
Program limited to the first 8 applicants. After that you will be place on a waitlist until first payments received.
- Current EKU student eligible to enroll in EKU courses,
- Good academic standing as defined by EKU,
- A minimum of 18 years of age at time of departure,
- No current disciplinary sanctions as verified by the EKU (or home campus) Office of Student Conduct (or equivalent). Students who become ineligible to attend the program after applying due to disciplinary sanctions will be subject to standard program cost penalty rates. Students are responsible for notifying the CCSA when they become aware of this ineligibility. For eligibility questions pertaining to disciplinary sanctions, students should contact the home campus Office of Student Conduct.
- Students must complete home campus study abroad application prior to being registered in this course,
- Student must possess passport book valid for a least six (6) months after return date,
- Students must complete pre-departure orientations,
- Full payment prior to departure, and
- Permission of instructor(s) is required.