UMW in London
Summer at London South Bank
|Spend your summer in London, England with Dr. Janine Davis of the College of Education, in partnership with London South Bank University (LSBU). Gain an international perspective on education while seeing the breathtaking sights of this historic city:
Students will stay in single-occupancy rooms at the London South Bank University Halls of Residence. LSBU is located in central London and is walking distance to many of London’s attractions (such as the Tower Bridge and the Globe Theater). Accommodations include private bathrooms and a shared kitchen. Internet is provided.
A partial meal plan is included for students at the Campus Kitchen in the London Road Building. The meal plan consists of £4 vouchers for breakfast and £6 vouchers for lunch. Dinner is not included.
Students will earn 6 transfer credits for two 3-credit courses at London South Bank University: Instructional Design and Assessment, taught by UMW’s Dr. Janine Davis, as well as your choice of an additional 3-credit course at LSBU. Coursework for Dr. Davis’s class will focus on:
Credits earned for the 3-credit “Instructional Design and Assessment” can fulfill equivalency requirements with the 4-credit course EDUC 351. However, to complete the remaining 1 credit hour, students MUST also enroll in EDUC 471 for a 1-credit practicum in the fall semester following this summer program. For students who do not enroll in EDUC 471 following the program, only elective credit will be given for this course.
This course satisfies the Experiential Learning OR Global Inquiry general education requirement by contract with the professor only.
Requirements & Prerequisites
Prerequisites for this program include EDUC 203 or 204 for UMW students in the College of Education who would like credit for EDUC 351. There is no prerequisite for non-education students. This program is open to students from all majors. Students must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA in order to participate. As per UMW credit transfer policies, a grade of C or above is required for courses taught abroad to transfer back to UMW.
Faculty-Led Program Scholarships are available to UMW students (deadlines apply).
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