Classes take place in the London Centre, a spacious, historic Georgian building in the Bloomsbury area, a short walk from the British Museum. The centre offers a modest library, building-wide Internet access and a student lounge. London will serve as a classroom as much as the centre itself, with students visiting many of London’s most important broadcast companies as well as the exceptional museums, galleries, the House of Commons and theater and concert productions often accompanied by private talks with journalists or media coordinators.
For the Fall 2016 semester program, OSU Professor Dr. Susan Shaw will be one of several instructors. She will teach two courses entitled Law & Order UK: Gender, Race, and Class in British Mystery Novels and TV Crime Dramas and Gender, Race, and Class in Religions in the UK.
As Europe's largest city, London is so much more than Roman walls, medieval churches, and sprawling Tudor mansions. It is a modern hub of activity where past and present ideas meet as one. No city in the world maintains a population as diverse. Immigrant influences from every corner of the globe--Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Europe--give London its rightful name as the world's capital. There is a never-ending array of things to do and see in and around London.
Minimum 2.5 GPA
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$350/term OSU GO study abroad fee