Curricular offerings in arts, humanities and social
Courses include: Full-time, one-month credit bearing
Unlike St. Lawrence's programs in Austria, Spain, France and
Kenya, all focused on a nation, this program puts the city of London at the
heart of student learning. Arguably, London is the world's most
"globalized" city, with a third of its residents born outside the UK,
a city in which over 260 languages are spoken, a post-colonial city shaped by
the history of the British empire, and also a city whose multicultural origins
begin with, perhaps even antedate, the arrival of the Romans in 55 B.C.
Students study the phenomena of a global city through a number of different
lenses. The London program offers electives in 7 departments; each course uses
the city as a classroom: Theater in London, Art and Architecture, British
Government, Britain in the 20th Century, Economic Integration of the European
Union, Writing in London, and London's Urban Geogrophies.
In the Fall of 2013 St. Lawrence University will be offering a
First-Year Program College in London. Please follow this link for more details: FYP: London College