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  • Locations: Bristol, United Kingdom; Crawley, United Kingdom; Paris, France
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Cost Estimate: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 03/16/2018
Rolling Admission 06/17/2018 06/30/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

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Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.0
Class Eligibility: Sophomore Faculty Led: Yes
Program Description:


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Special Note: Priority will be given to the first 15 students with completed applications.

With a foundation of multicultural awareness gained prior to the study abroad experience through reading a few pertinent articles, a novel, and meeting during the spring semester 2016, you will be ready to engage in this 10 day summer study program in England, with an overnight trip to Paris. You will meet and build relationships with local, immigrant, and migrant students from British ex- and current colonies. You will visit the students' schools and religious institutions, engage in diverse hands-on activities, take a walk through the once slave port of Bristol, and experience the ancient site of Stonehenge. You will have the opportunity to take boat trips down the Thames in London and the Seine in Paris, learning about the history of these great cities, including a visit to Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. You will gain a deeper understanding of diversity and the impact of multiculturalism, immigration, colonialism, and racism on the families and education of young people. Not only will this benefit your relationships with people overseas, it will also translate into a greater understanding of similar dynamics back home in the United States. 

Location: South England and Paris, France

England is known for its high-class entertainment and classic British customs. Enjoy a classic spot of English tea (with milk and sugar,) as you recognize how different the country is from the stereotypes you have learned!

Prepare for summer weather comparable to Wisconsin’s with less humidity and more potential for rain. Expect temperatures to range between 60-80 degrees average this time of year and bring an umbrella!



Minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA
Minimum sophomore status at time of participation
Good academic & behavioral standing
Prerequisite: A background check will be completed prior to acceptance.
Course Information:
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive 6 credits for EDUC-330/530: Multiculturalism: Dialogue & Field Experience, EDUC-320: Racism & Colonialism: Impact on Families and Education, or EDUC-601: Global Education Practicum (graduate students). Speak with your academic advisor to ask how this course will fit into your program plan. This course can help students fulfill university requirements in the following areas.
Contemporary Issues
Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
Racial and Ethnic Studies RES-A
Global Perspectives 

This course will be taught by:
Virginia Lea
121 Heritage Hal


Accommodation: Students will be staying in a hotel and hostel for the duration of their program.

Meals: Some group meals will be provided to participants during the program, students will be responsible for purchasing all additional meals throughout the program. Please notify the faculty leader or the Office of International Education of any dietary needs or restrictions.

Travel: Group flights will be purchased for all participants and the faculty leader. These costs are already included in the program fee. If you require any deviations from the group travel plan, the faculty leader and the Office of International Education must be notified prior to the application deadline in order to accommodate you. Participants will be responsible for any additional costs associated with a deviation from the group. 

Passport: All participants must have a valid passport to participate in this program. Information regarding U.S. passports can be found here. The current fee for a new U.S. passport is $135. If you already have a passport, be sure to check the dates of validity, it is suggested that the expiration date is no earlier than 6 months after your return date.

Visa: Many countries do not require a visa for U.S. passport holders if visiting for less than 90 days. You may inquire with the faculty leader, the Office of International Education or Perry International on visa requirements for the country you are visiting. If you do not hold a U.S. passport the requirements may be different for you and we encourage you to inquire with your consulate or Perry International. Please contact the Office of International Education with any further questions. 



The Cost Estimates at the top of this program website are used to determine the costs for the term you would like to go abroad. For information on financing your education abroad program visit the Financial Aid, Grants and Scholarships link on our website. 

This program is currently not accepting applications.