Programs : Brochure
- Locations: London, United Kingdom
- Program Terms Summer 2
- Homepage: Click to visit
- Restrictions: BU applicants only
Date: Summer Session 2 (July 5-August 6, 2017)
Where: London, United Kingdom
Approximate Cost: $5,200-5,500 plus tuition and airfare
Application Deadline: until full
More information about the costs for the 2017 program is on the program's main website: www.baylor.edu/britain.
BAYLOR in Great Britain is the largest and oldest summer study abroad program at Baylor. Available for full-time Baylor students, Baylor in Great Britain is a 5-week residential program in London with three optional trips to Paris, Dublin, and Prague. The program resides at Imperial College in the heart of South Kensington. Located near the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, the Victoria & Albert and Science and Natural History Museums, Imperial provides easy access to London’s public transportation system and British Rail.
BGB provides continuing study and travel opportunities throughout the British Isles, including faculty-escorted train day trips to destinations such as Oxford, Cambridge, Canterbury, Dover, Salisbury, Stratford-upon-Avon, York and Edinburgh, Scotland.
BGB allows ample time for you to explore England and enjoy London theatrical performances on your own after morning classes and on weekends. Your First-Class Britrail Flexipass allows you to coordinate personal travel with your group of friends.
Applications will be considered for acceptance into the Baylor in Great Britain program when the $1000 deposit is received. Students who submit their application and deposit by November 1st will be given top priority in course selection.
Students must take two courses from the 16 offered by eight different professors. All students must take one PRIMARY course and one READINGS course.
ECO 2306: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 4318: Law and Economics
ENG 2301: British Literature
HIS 1305: World History to 1500
MGT 3305: Organizational Behavior
MKT 3305: Principles of Marketing
PSY 3380: Forensic Psychology
REL 1350: Christian Heritage
ECO 3390: Comparative Health Care Systems
ECO 3390: Economics and Religion
ENG 3378: Special Topics: Travel Writing
HIS 4340: Special Topics: Castles in Medieval England
MGT 4305: Principled Leadership
MKT 4398: Current Issues in Strategic Marketing
PSY 3318: Psychology of Memory
REL 3311: Jesus and the Gospels
Dr. James Henderson
Foster, Economics 320.12
Dr. Charles Weaver
Professor- Psychology and Neuroscience
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