Romanticism and the Age of the Revolution
This program offers students an opportunity to encounter first hand the traces of one of the most turbulent and exciting moments in London's history: the Age of Revolution at the end of the eighteenth century, which gave birth to the cultural explosion known as Romanticism. Visits to museums, galleries and archival collections—including Tate Britain, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Museum of London and the British Museum—will allow program participants to examine some of the age's revolutionary pamphlets, cultural manifestos, and experiments in visual culture, including many unique examples of work that can be seen nowhere else. Registration begins November 15.
, UCLA Department of English
Curriculum: 10-14 units
- English 169A-Special Topics in British Studies (5 units)
- English 181E-Special Studies in Romantic Literature (5 units)
- English 199-Individual Studies (optional 4 units)
For more information, visit http://www.ieo.ucla.edu/TravelStudy/English-London/overview.htm
Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon and London
The UCLA Department of English invites all of you with a love for the English language and theater to spend the month of July studying Shakespeare in charming Stratford-upon-Avon. You will see Shakespeare's plays performed at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and meet the actors who perform them. Explore Warwick Castle and surrounding country. Visit London to see where Shakespeare worked. This program is open to all UC students and selected students from outside the UC system. Registration begins November 15.
, UCLA Department of English.
Curriculum: 10-14 units
- English 142A-Shakespeare: Poems and Early Plays (5 units)
- English 142B-Shakespeare: Later Plays (5 units)
- English 199: Individual Studies (optional 4 units)
Students who have already taken English 142A or 142B may substitute English 142-Shakespeare: Special Topics for that course. For more information, visit: http://www.ieo.ucla.edu/TravelStudy/English-Stratford/overview.htm
EAP (Education Abroad Program)
EAP offers opportunities for Bruins to study in countries all over the world, during the regular academic year and summer. http://www.international.ucla.edu/eap/
Career Center's Internships and Study Abroad Services
The UCLA Career Center offers individual and group advising to students on a wide array of international opportunities such as international internships, study abroad programs, volunteer positions, short-term work abroad, teaching abroad, international scholarships, and international traveling. The UCLA Career Center keeps information and offers individual counseling regarding hundreds of study abroad opportunities. There are programs to most countries in the world and they range in time from one week, for the summer, one quarter, or one year. http://career.ucla.edu