Students may choose between the following Program Terms:
London is recognized as one of the major world-centers for theatre. A special feature of the Theatre Studies program is that it offers a uniquely wide range of courses, encompassing all the principal theatre arts allowing students to immerse themselves in the world of theatre. Students will enroll in the required Introduction to London Theatre course as well as 2-4 additional courses. This course has has a mandatory course fee of £125 (British Pounds), which is payable by the student upon arrival. Other courses may require additional fees as well. Students are responsible for all associated course fees.
Whether it is Playwriting, Acting, or Design and Stage Management, students are taught by noted practitioners from the London theatre community along with Florida State resident faculty. Upon program completion, students will receive a transcript from Florida State University (FSU).
|Aug 28, 2013 to Apr 23, 2014||ILNY3813||$26,000||Program in Progress|
|Aug 27, 2014 to Apr 22, 2015||ILNY3814||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
During the ISA semester programs at the University of Roehampton, students have a wide list of course offerings to select from enabling students to opportunity to enroll in courses that fit their individual academic needs. All courses are taught at Roehampton by local university professors. ISA participants will take classes alongside British and other international students.
Gap students are also eligible for this program.
|Sep 10, 2013 to May 17, 2014||ILNY3413||$31,000||Program in Progress|
|Early Sep, 2014 to Mid May, 2015||ILNY3414||$32,000||Currently Accepting Applications!|
During the ISA semester programs at the University of Westminster, students have a vast list of course offerings to select from enabling them the opportunity to enroll in courses that fit their individual academic needs. Students studying at the University of Westminster also have the opportunity to secure an internship placement to accompany their academic coursework. All courses are taught at the University of Westminster by local university professors. ISA participants will take classes alongside British and other international students.
|Sep 13, 2013 to May 24, 2014||ILNY3113||$33,000||Program in Progress|
|Sep 12, 2014 to May 23, 2015||ILNY3114||$33,500||Currently Accepting Applications!|
At Queen Mary most subject areas are open to study abroad students and you can choose to concentrate in one area or choose modules from up to four different subject areas as scheduling allows. All departments offer pre-registration and there is also the opportunity to change classes in most departments, space permitting, during module registration during your on-site orientation. The exception is English and Drama in which all modules are closed after pre-registration.
|Sep 12, 2014 to Jun 6, 2015||ILNY3614||TBA||Currently Accepting Applications!|
Goldsmiths encourages imagination and innovation, offering a wide variety of courses in the humanities, social sciences, performing and creative arts. Rather than passively absorbing 'information', at Goldsmiths you will be supported in critically interpreting and reflecting on different types of materials and data (texts, artifacts etc) so that you can become, in your own right, an independent, critical creator of new, exciting knowledge, ideas and professional practices. Teaching at Goldsmiths builds on and is connected to the exciting research that takes place there. This means that, during your studies, you will be exposed to cutting-edge and exciting ideas and concepts, and will be encouraged to learn in a research-mode, acquiring the ability to pose questions as well as seek answers.
|Sep 18, 2014 to Jun 20, 2015||ILNY3714||$36,000||Currently Accepting Applications!|
King's College London is ranked among the top 25 universities in the world and prides itself upon recruiting dedicated, academically focused students. A study abroad experience at King's College will allow you to call London, the world's most diverse city, home. Through ISA at King's College students have the opportunity to study along side British and other international students. Courses are taught in English by King's College professors and are held on their campuses located in central and south-central London.
Arts & Sciences or Global Health (Spring 3, Fall 3, Year 3)
As part of the Arts & Sciences or Global Health curriculum pathway students can select modules (courses) offered by the School of Arts & Humanities, School of Biomedical & Health Sciences, School of Law, School of Natural & Mathematical Sciences, School of Nursing & Midwifery (excluding clinical placements) or School of Social Science & Public Policy. All course selections are subject to approval by King's College and not guaranteed.
Students wishing to take a more specific focus can choose one of the many tracks offered by the university by simply indicating this on the first line within their letter of intent. Students participating in any of the tracks are required to take certain courses during their time abroad and are given priority for those classes over other students who are not following a particular track. Please see the courses tab for more information. Track options include:
Module options for these tracks can be found.
In addition to ISA Scholarships, as a semester or year student at King's College London you may be eligible to receive a KCL scholarship:
|Sep 13, 2013 to Jun 7, 2014||ILNY3513||$39,900||Program in Progress|
|Sep 12, 2014 to Jun 6, 2015||ILNY3514||$40,500||Closed, Not Accepting Applications.|