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CCSA: London Mid-Summer Program
London, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Areas of Study: Business, Communication, Management, Marketing Housing Options: Student Housing
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English Minimum GPA: 3.0
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CCSA: London Mid-Summer (2-week program)
July 08, 2017 -- July 23, 2017

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Priority Deadline: February 10th, 2017
Final Deadline: February 24th, 2017

Earn 3 credit hours in London during CCSA's two-week mid-summer program. You will reside in en-suite accommodation at Moonraker Point in the exciting Southwark area of London, while studying with faculty and students from other CCSA member schools at the University of London King's College Waterloo Campus. Scheduled field trips and personal exploration time enable you to see London up close. The two-week program offers a wide selection of courses to meet your academic needs. This program overlaps the first 2 weeks of the month-long London Summer Program so you can explore the city with students from many CCSA schools.


While in London students on CCSA London Summer programs reside at King's College Moonraker Point aparments. These recently renovated apartments include 5-8 individual rooms, kitchen and common area. Each room has an ensuite bathroom and shower.Moonraker point is situated in Zone 1 and a 15 minute walk to Guy's Campus and a five minute walk to Southwark underground station on the Jubilee Line. The building is controlled with 24 hour security and has a common room, TV lounge, on-site laundry facilities, bike storage, and weekly room cleaning.


Optional Trips

Each summer CCSA offers participants on the London Summer program the opportunity to join optional excursions to such places as Stonehenge, Paris and more. These trips are not a part of the required course activities and come at an additional cost. More details about the optional trips are available on the CCSA home pages here.



Application Fee:
if received by February 10th, 2017
$250 if received after February 10th, 2017

Program price: $2,805

The price of this CCSA program includes:

  • Ground transportation between program sites
  • Accommodations in single rooms with ensuite bathroom and shower
  • All required program excursions
  • Course-related activities and entrances
  • 4-day BritRail Flexipass
  • Limited meal card for use on at Waterloo Campus dining venues
  • Health and emergency evacuation insurance
    • Program directors and staff on-site 24/7

    Group Travel (Optional): $1,550 - $1,750 estimated
    This is estimate based on recent airline prices. The final cost will vary and will be finalized prior to the final payment deadline.

    The group travel option includes:

    • round trip international airfare from one of CCSA's designated US departure cities
    • round trip ground transportation between airport and lodging in CCSA program location

    The following courses are offered on this CCSA program. For more information regarding academic content of individual courses, visit our website or email faculty at the address listed below each course description.

    Before applying for any course, please make note of course prerequisites, which must be completed, or waived by the course instructor, prior to the program's departure date. By combining this intensive study abroad experience with directed study activities preceding and/or following the travel portion of the program, students may earn three to six semester hours of college credit.



    London Mid-Summer Program
    (2 weeks)

    July 8 – July 23, 2017


    Intercultural Communication

    We live and work in a world in which everything is connected by media, business, social and political issues, ecological concerns, and humanitarian issues. The success or failure of our interaction often depends on our intercultural communication skills. How do we manage differences in language, perception, and nonverbal communication? Develop your own intercultural communication skills by experiencing intercultural communication in London. Learn how culture and communication are intertwined by immersing yourself in London's people, history, art, neighborhoods, sports, and media. Our text will be London itself, including visits to Chinatown, the British Museum, National Gallery, and cultural spots.

    Prerequisite: One semester of English composition.

    (3 credits (Upper Division / Graduate), Dr. Gail Henson []

    Program Info Apply Now

    Applicants are encouraged to apply well in advance of the February 24th application deadline, as priority is given to early applications.


This program is currently not accepting applications.