International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987


Available Excursions for London

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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.


A popular summer destination for Brits, often referred to as "London by the Sea," Brighton offers a great example of British coastal living. The city offers a diverse range of activities with an annual arts festival, theaters presenting a preview of plays bound for London, and an old town filled... Read More

Canterbury & Dover Castle

The city of Canterbury has two castles, six museums and attractions that echo the Middle Ages. Students can join pilgrims on their journey from London to Canterbury as written in Chaucer's, "The Canterbury Tales." The Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey built in 597AD and the oldest parish church... Read More

Edinburgh and Loch Ness (Semester Only)

Optional for some or all sessions
Visit Edinburgh, Scotland's capital and second largest city. This city, led by the University of Edinburgh, was one of the major centers of the Enlightenment and earned the nickname 'Athens of the North'. Picture perfect postcard views, mysterious winding streets, elegant terraces, shops and... Read More

Stonehenge & Bath

Optional for some or all sessions
Explore Europe's most famous prehistoric site that dates back 5,000 years. Some of the stones originally came from South Wales, and upon viewing their immense size, it is unimaginable how they were transported such long distances. Aligned with the celestial bodies, stand in wonder at the... Read More

Stratford-upon-Avon & Warwick Castle (Semester Only)

Located on the River Avon and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Stratford-upon-Avon is a charming town rich in culture and history, and best known for its prolific poet son, William Shakespeare. While visiting you will find many historic sites and activities to enjoy such as Shakespeare's... Read More

Windsor Castle

The town of Windsor is home to the Queen's residence, Windsor Castle; the world's oldest inhabited castle. In fact, Queen Elizabeth II spends many weekends here, preferring to host both state and private banquets at the castle instead of at Buckingham Palace. The tour of the castle offers views... Read More