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Ithaca College - London Center
London, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Spring,
Summer
Homepage: Click to visit
Fact Sheet:
Class Standing: Junior, Senior, Sophomore Minimum GPA: 2.5
Language of Instruction: English Areas of Study: Business, Management, and Legal Studies, Communications, Fine, Applied, and Performing Arts, Humanities, Internships and Service Learning, Music, Sport/Recreation Studies
Program Type: Internship Abroad, Ithaca College London Center, Ithaca College Short-Term, Study Abroad Housing Options: Apartment, Find my own housing, Home Stay
Program Description:
LondonThe London Center was founded in 1972, and is the College’s longest-running study abroad program. In fact, it is one of the longest-running American study abroad programs of its kind in London. The London Center provides students with a summer, semester, or academic year study abroad experience in the U.K. Courses are offered in a wide range of subject areas, and internship placements are available in many disciplines. An intensive theatre program is also offered. The program includes field trips to locations both in and out of London, weekend excursions, and a wide range of cultural events designed to fully immerse students in British culture.

If you can't fit a full semester in London into your schedule, consider taking advantage of two summer options.  Both options take place between mid-May and early July and last for six weeks.  The first summer option consists of an internship and internship seminar.  Internships, or work placements, are available in a variety of fields.  We ask students to submit a resume and cover letter and complete a questionnaire indicating their interests so that the London Center staff can match them with the best placement.  The second summer option is to take two courses, each worth three credits.  In addition, several courses are offered each summer.