APSU in London
Spring Break • Service Learning • Open to all Majors
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses
London has long been known for its museums, markets, history, entertainment, and diversity. This city and this program are a unique opportunity to gain knowledge of how nonprofit organizations work globally, find differences and similarities in the communication field between the U.S and the UK, and have fun! Students will work with nonprofit organizations here in Clarksville during the spring semester, and with the same nonprofit organizations during their trip to London over Spring Break. Additionally, students will be exposed to an array of opportunities associated with the communication field such as visits to the Globe Theater, the Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising, the Warner Bross Harry Potter Studio, and more. Students will also get to visit Stonehenge, Windsor, Oxford, and the London Eye, which is all included in the program costs. There are many other fascinating sights to see for free, which students can explore on their own, such as the House on Parliament, Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery, British Museum, and more! At the end of the semester, students will participate in a showcase to highlight the class and share their experience.
Credit Hours and Courses
Three (3) credit hours. Students need to register for Communication in Organizations in the spring semester. This program includes Service Learning and Study Abroad (SL/SA COMM 4020) and is open to all majors and graduate students as well.
Lodging and Meals
Students will stay in a hotel that includes full English breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and easy access to public transportation.
Dr. Tracy Nichols at 931-221-6823 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Your current scholarships and financial aid may apply toward the cost of the program. If you plan on using financial aid you need to call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (931) 221-7907 to schedule an appointment with a study abroad counselor.
This nonrefundable application fee will be charged to the student's account once the student authorizes the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange during the application process.
|Final payment will be billed to your Student Account.
Please see your OneStop Student Account
This is a spring embedded course. Classes will be in session from January to May. The traveling aspect of the course will be during spring break. Tuition is due prior to departure and will be billed to the student's account after registration.
Total Application, Program, and Tuition Costs
Undergraduate: 3,552 - Graduate: 3,960
Included in the Program Cost