United Kingdom and Ireland Education Abroad Directory

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United Kingdom and Ireland Education Abroad Directory


AHA International

Live. Learn. Explore. Study abroad with AHA International, a program of the University of Oregon. AHA operates programs in Western Europe, Latin America, Oceania, and Africa. Our London Program offers courses in political science, history, art, literature, and theater. Our Dublin Program offers courses in Irish culture, film, and literature. Program fees include excursions, housing, most meals, books, and course materials, medical insurance, wireless Internet access, local transportation pass, and expert support pre-departure and on-site.

AHA International

Melanie Harmon

70 NW Couch Street, Suite 242

Portland, OR 97209

Phone: 800.654.2051

Fax: 503.295.5969

E-mail: askaha@uoregon.edu

Web: www.ahastudyabroad.org

Arcadia

Providing education abroad programs for 60 years, Arcadia has helped 50,000 undergraduates to life-changing study abroad experienceswith a > 95 percent satisfaction rate. Arcadia emphasizes learning, student support, cultural immersion, and co-curricular activities. For more than half a century, the UK and Ireland have remained the most popular destinations among students studying with Arcadia. Visit our Web site to see our wealth of programs partnering with more than 35 universities and colleges in UK/IRE.

Arcadia University Center for Education Abroad

450 S. Easton Road

Glenside, PA19038-3295

Phone: 866.927.2234

E-mail: educationabroad@arcadia.edu

Web: www.arcadia.edu/abroad

BCA

Through BCA in Ireland, students can choose from two locations-Deny and Galway-each distinctive in their culture and history. In Deny students have a unique opportunity to understand the consequences of conflict and how peace can be institutionalized through courses at the University of Ulster, among other areas of study. In Galway students study at the National University of Ireland, which offers courses in the arts, Celtic studies, commerce, engineering, law, medicine, and science.

BCA Study Abroad

50 Alpha Drive

Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Phone: 866.222.6188

Fax: 717.361.6619

E-mail: inquiry@BCAabroad.org

Web: www.BCAabroad.org

Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University is a large diverse, historic provider of higher and further education for the people of the UK and beyond. Our international student population comes from over 70 different countries outside the EU. We deliver over 300 courses from foundation through to postgraduate to more than 23,000 students. Specialist subjects include art and design, business, accountancy, management, marketing, HRM, computing, engineering, law, property, construction and planning, English, conservatoire, education, health, and acting.

Birmingham City University

City North Campus

Perry Barr, Birmingham,

West Midlands B42 2SU

United Kingdom

Phone: 0121.331.6714

Fax: 0121.331.6314

E-mail: bcuinternational@ enquiries.uk.com

Web: www.bcu.ac.uk

CAPA International Education

CAPA's semester and summer individual enrollment programs in London are designed to be fully inclusive and therefore affordable to all types of students. The University of Minnesota provides transfer credit for both courses and internships. CAPA courses are designed to be relevant to study in Britain. Students live in residential and homestay accommodation and participate in internships in any field. CAPA also partners with universities to create faculty-led and customized programs.

CAPA International Education

210 Union Wharf

Boston, MA 02109

Phone: 800.793.0334

Fax: 857.207.3324

Email: studyabroad@capa.org

Web: www.capa.org

Center for Study Abroad (CSA)

Center for Study Abroad (CSA)-Since 1990

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