BUCKNELL in LONDON 2004:
of the Program:
* Regular Bucknell tuition
* Average Bucknell room charge for a double
* Academic Instruction
* Airfare: New York to London; London to New York
* Transportation pass in central London
* Program-related field trips and excursions
* Program-related theater tickets
* Entry fees, program-related museum visits
Expenses Not Covered:
* Transportation between New York City and your home
* Independent Travel
* Personal Expenses
Professor Hilbourne Watson, International Relations
105 Coleman Hall; firstname.lastname@example.org; 7-3568
Professor Linden Lewis, Department
212 Coleman Hall; email@example.com; 7-1775
* Office of International Education
Taylor Hall, 105, Phone 570-577-3796, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will be housed in shared flats in central London, each with cooking facilities.
Classes will be held in educational facilities administered by Florida State University, located on Great Russell Street one block from the British Museum. The FSU buildings house a library, computer laboratory, classrooms, Bucknell's program office, and fax, mail and e-mail facilities. Students will be able to access the Bucknell Library and other campus web and e-mail addresses via the Internet.
Trips Outside London
While the number, destination and duration of field trips may vary, program trips are planned to Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, Bordeaux (France) and/or Goree, Senegal (West Africa). Accommodation will be in top quality Youth Hostels. In addition there will be a 10-day recess in October that many students use for personal travel.
Departure: late August/early September
Return: mid December
There will be a 10-day fall break during the term.
If you are interested in applying to this program, please attend one of the following meetings:
* Thursday, October 30, 8:00 pm, Taylor 113
* Thursday, December 4, 8:00 pm, Taylor 113
* Thursday, January 29, 8:00 pm, Taylor 113
Information can also be obtained by contacting Prof's Lewis or Watson or the International Education Office.
The 2004 London Program is limited to 20 students. Applications will be provided at each of the above informational meetings and are also available in the Office of International Education (105 Taylor). Applications are due at the International Education office on February 13, 2004. Criteria for eligibility include minimum 2.8 GPA, Junior or Senior status during the program's semester, and recommendation of the program directors. See "International Education" in the Bucknell catalog for further information.
click here for a downloadable version of the application (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Note: This information describes the program as currently envisioned. As planning continues, some elements are subject to change.
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