I joined the hockey club and not only did I get to play a sport I love, I also met a lot of people. There are 120 men and women in the two teams combined, so when I walked around Bangor and constantly saw people I knew, it felt like I belonged there.
Summer 2015 Dates and Fees:
Dates: May 31 - July 26, 2014
Credits: 6; 3 internship, 3 cross-cultural
Program Fee: $7,130
Central offers a taste of real-life work in a truly vibrant European city. With an extensive network of internship sites in a wide variety of disciplines, your internship experience is tailored to your academic interests and career goals. Past students have interned in art, business, politics, marketing, theatre, social services and more.
Your first two weeks of this eight week program will comprise of classes, activities and excursions providing you with a firm understanding of UK life and its workplaces. The remaining six weeks, you will work full-time at your internship placement Monday – Thursday and attend class one evening each week where you examine and discuss your experiences in Britain.
All internships are non-salaried, for credit only and are recommended for undergraduates as well as recent graduates.
London is one of the world’s great cities — home to Shakespeare and Karl Marx, the Rolling Stones and Haydn, and hundreds of other renowned thinkers, artists, musicians and leaders. Experience everything this global capital of art, theatre, politics, finance and music has to offer through Central College Abroad!
Housing and Meals
Woburn Place, located in Bloomsbury, is your home in London. Bloomsbury is London’s academic district, and it's a lively district at that. You'll be just a short distance from the west end theatre district, eclectic Camden Town as well as some of London's best museums. As a center for student life in London, you'll find many restaurants, pubs and clubs just minutes from your residence. Bloomsbury is also one of London’s best areas for green space, with several public squares to choose from.
The area is well served by public transport, with Russell Square, Euston, King’s Cross, St. Pancras and Goodge Street tube stations a short walk away, and many bus routes nearby.
Your residence at Woburn Place includes
No meal plan. Students prepare meals in the apartment kitchens or eat out at the numerous restaurants in the nearby neighborhood.
A guided tour of London is part of your required class. Also enjoy a day excursion to Stonehenge and the ancient Roman city of Bath. Two West End theatre visits, a day trip to Brighton to the seaside and a meal at Tayyabs, London's favorite Punjabi restaurant, in the heart of the East End, a picnic and outdoor theatre at Regents Park are also included in the program.
Students are required to enroll in the following:
Internship 3 S.H.
In addition to the required Aspects of UK Life course, students in London work at an internship four days each week - earning 3 hours of credit.
The program fee also includes:
*Airfare is not included. Dates subject to change. Do not purchase airfare until you receive your official program calendar.
Deadline for Applications: March 1, 2015. Space is limited - apply today!
A completed application file must include: application, essay, transcript, two faculty evaluation forms, study abroad approval form, and internship application. Apply now.
Program deposit: $500 (due within two weeks of acceptance).
Note: Check out the London semester internship page for more examples of past internship placements. Not all semester internships are available during the summer months. If your area of interest is not listed, please indicate your interests on the internship application so our internship coordinator can seek potential contacts in your field of interest.