49,181,300 - England
ISA established its first study abroad England program in Reading in 2002 and has expanded to offer numerous study abroad opportunities in Reading and London. With its diverse English speaking population, lively geography, and close proximity to mainland Europe it is easy to see why England remains one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world.
England's incredibly rich history illustrated in sites such as Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, Hadrian's Wall, and the Tower of London, in addition to its deep roots in theatre, arts and literature makes England an obvious choice for students looking for a stimulating and educational international experience. Students choosing to study abroad with ISA England will easily notice the broad, international influences that contribute to England's unique culture.
ISA programs in Reading and London offer great opportunities for students seeking an academic challenge in an English-speaking system. ISA's study abroad programs are held at many different universities in England that include the University of Reading, the University of Westminster, King's College London, the University of Roehampton, the FSU London Study Centre, Goldsmiths, Queen Mary and University College London. Programs are offered for a summer, trimester, semester and academic year in duration.
England is a part of the United Kingdom (U.K.) and occupies the southern portion of the island of Great Britain. It shares it's mainland borders with Scotland to the north and Wales to the southwest. The United Kingdom is considered part of Western Europe.
England has a temperate maritime climate, but there is no season when the weather is fully predictable. Temperatures are usually warmest in July through September, but an umbrella and sweater should always be kept close at hand.
The sea surrounding England makes for a varied climate, which typically results in temperatures not much lower than 32ºF in the winter and not much higher than 80-85ºF in the summer.
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