The Globe Theater
Theatrical Arts Study Abroad Program
Experience more than three exciting weeks in the heart of London’s West End Theatre District and Edinburgh’s International Festival. Come see all types of theatre: musicals, cutting edge works, dramas, comedies, classical and contemporary pieces alike. This program, geared specifically towards theatrical text and performance, features experiences at Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Gallery, Stratford-upon-Avon (2 nights), and many other professional venues, as well as sight-seeing experiences throughout London and Scotland. Come be a part of what’s happening in the world’s premiere theatre district!
Tentative dates: July 21-August 14, 2008.
Program sites:London (19 nights), Stratford (2 nights), Edinburgh (3 nights).
Anticipated curriculum: Introduction to Theatre (THEA 1013), Performance Practicum for Stage and Screen (THEA 219R), Themes in Literature (ENGL 276R), Theatre History and Literature I (THEA 3723), and Topics in Literature (ENGL 486R). Students should plan to enroll for six credit hours.
Estimated participation fee: $2,795. Apply by February 25, 2008, and save $100. Estimated fee for early applicants: $2,695.
Program costs include:
- Transportation within England/Scotland
- Play tickets in London, Stratford, & Edinburgh
- Sight-seeing pass
- May include breakfasts in Scotland
- International Student I.D.
Program costs do not include:
- UVU tuition (approx. $125 per credit hour)
- Round-trip airfare to the United Kingdom
- Health insurance (required)
- Discretionary spending
Director: Christopher Clark, Assistant Professor of Theatre, 801.863.8345, email@example.com
Applications are available at the International Center in WB100 or at http://www.uvsc.edu/international/intlstudyprog/
Application deadline (first consideration) is February 25, 2008. Submit application, photos, transcript, two letters of reference, $75 non-refundable application fee, and $300 program deposit. If you miss the deadline, you are still welcome to apply until the program is full, but please note that the participation fee will be higher and program space is limited.
Financial aid: Pell grants and Federal Insured Student Loans may be applied to this program, based on eligibility. Applicants must have a current FAFSA form on file at the Financial Aid Office (BA105) and complete all necessary application forms for financial aid.
More questions? Visit the International Center in WB100; 801.863.8709; firstname.lastname@example.org