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  • Locations: Bath, United Kingdom; Edinburgh, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: CCSA applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2020 01/24/2020 ** Rolling Admission 05/10/2020 05/23/2020
Summer 2021 08/05/2020 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Short Program (2-4 weeks) Click here for a definition of this term Air Travel Options: Group Travel Required
Credit: 3 Credit Hours Language Requirement: No
Housing: Hotel
Program Description:
NKU Logo          The United Kingdom - The Birthplace of Modern Geology


NKU London



PROGRAM LEADER / FACULTY

Julie Reizner
Department: Geology
Office: SC 251  |  859-572-6909
reiznerj1@nku.edu


John Gibson
Department: Communication
Office: GH 571  |  859-572-5692
gibsonj5@nku.edu

NKU Scotland







 



PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Through the study of rocks and fossils, we now understand some of the fascinating history of our planet and the life upon it – but until surprisingly recently, this was not the case. The first geologists & paleontologists learned how to decipher our story in England & Scotland. Explore one of the greatest natural history museums in the world in London, then visit the home of Charles Darwin and dig for fossils along the Jurassic coast. Next, we will venture northwards and enjoy more castles, culture, and cuisine, and explore the mountainous and mysterious Scottish Highlands.

Storytelling through Media - EMB students will be producing mini-documentaries abroad related to geological or historical topics while participating in the same activities as the geology students.


COURSE

  • NKU students will be registered in GLY 397 or EMB 495  
 
  • 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.
 

ACCOMMODATIONS

  • The short-term accommodations normally include twin ensuite rooms.  Triple and quad are subject to availability.  Air-conditioning in accommodations are normally not available in the UK and Scotland.  Breakfast inclusion stated in itinerary.
 

ELIGIBILITY 

  • Current student eligible to enroll in NKU courses,
  • Non-NKU participants can apply; however, space is first available to students and any spaces available after the deadline are then open for community members,
  • Good academic standing as defined by NKU,
  • A minimum of 18 years of age at time of departure,
  • No current disciplinary sanctions as verified by the NKU (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 education 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.
 

PDB

 


Students who apply for the International Study Scholarship through Northern Kentucky University’s Office of Education Abroad may also be eligible for an additional scholarship through CCSA. This secondary award is up to $200 and will be applied to the final payment for the program.