5 May 2014 to 21 May 2014
$2,870.00 / Airfare not Included
Ireland, England and Scotland
Between your time in Dublin, Edinburgh, and London, you’ll experience some of the most historic sites in the world on the 2012 Ireland, Scotland, and England Study Abroad Program! Edinburgh Castle, Mary King’s Close, The Tower of London, and Dublin Castle are only a few of the famous (and sometimes infamous) locations you’ll visit while studying the History and Literature of the area. And new this year, you have the opportunity to earn music credit through additional experiences!
Registration for this program is opening soon. If you want to join WSU for this amazing opportunity, sign up as soon as possible – spots will go fast!
Destination: Ireland, Scotland & England
Dates of Program: May 5-21,2014
Program Director: Debi Sheridan & Matthew Winters
For participating in this Study Abroad, you will receive three credit hours in either of the following:
- ENGL 2920
- ENGL 4920
- WS 2920
- WS 4920
- Music 2000
Debi Sheridan — Debi Sheridan is an instructor in WSU’s LEAP and English departments. She is a native of the British Isles. She’s been at WSU since 1999, and has led Study Abroad Programs to the British Isles since 2000.
Matthew Winters – Matthew is an adjunct instructor at WSU. He graduated from Utah State University with a Master of Arts in English Literature and Language. As a student he traveled abroad to London, Ireland, Scotland and France twice through WSU’s Study Abroad Program.
Day 1: Arrive at London-Gatwick, Depart for Dublin.
Day 2: James Joyce Walking Tour; Dublin Bus Tour
Day 3: Kilmainham Goal; Dublinia; National Concert Hall
Day 4: Trip to Dun Laoghaire; Abbey Theatre
Day 5: Book of Kells; Popular Music Concert
Day 6: Travel to Edinburgh
Day 7: Edinburgh Castle; Queen’s Hall; Edinburgh Cellidh Club
Day 8: Holyrood Palace; Scottish National Museum; Traditional Pub Music
Day 9: Free Day in Edinburgh
Day 10: Travel to London
Day 11: BBC Tour; Camden Market
Day 12: Tower of London; Big Bus Tour
Day 13: Royal Albert Hall; London Coliseum Tour and Opera
Day 14: British Museum; Westminster Abbey; Queen’s Theatre
Day 15: BBC Broadcasting House; Rough Trade Records West; Abbey Road/Portobello Road
Day 16: Free day in London
Day 17: Travel back home.
The tentative cost of the program will include:
- All Domestic Air and Ground Transportation
- Faculty & course credit
The cost does not include your passport, a Visa, if required, international airfare, most meals & incidentals, any unscheduled travel, and excess baggage cost.
Student participants may be from any age group from WSU or the surrounding community. Preference will be given to WSU Students. Those participating in the climbing portion should be physically ready for the demands. All participants must have a valid passport and must provide proof of that passport to the Study Abroad Office at least 90 days prior to the departure date.
Please note that all lodging on this program will be in hotels.
$250 non-refundable deposit (including application) due December 1, 2013.
$250 payment due January 1, 2014
$600 payment due February 3, 2014
$600 payment due March 3, 2014
Remainder due no later than April 15, 2014.
You may pay in person at the Hurst Center room 102B, by phone with a credit card, 801-626-6600.
The Fine Print
If the trip is cancelled, all participants will be refunded in full. Any refunds for withdrawal from the program will be determined by the Study Abroad Director according to the recoverability of incurred costs and fees, and according to Continuing Education Policy. Once the group leaves, all costs are non-refundable in their entirety. Dates and prices may change. It is the responsibility of each participant to be aware of any changes by staying in contact with Study Abroad and the program director.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact your program director, or call Continuing Education at (801) 626-6600.