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Featuring CCIS Programs

FIE London, England Summer

London, England (Europe)



Quick Facts

Summer I 2020 - London Study & Internship
Dates:  May 21, 2020 -- July 19, 2020
Application Deadline: March 15, 2020
Costs:  TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member
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Summer II 2020 - London Study & Internship
Dates:  June 18, 2020 -- August 16, 2020
Application Deadline:  March 15, 2020
Costs:  TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member
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Summer 2020 - Pages, Stages, Scenes, and Screens: From Shakespeare to Visual Media
Dates:  June 18, 2020 -- July 26, 2020
Application Deadline:  March 15, 2020
Costs:  TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member
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Program Overview

FIE in London offers CCIS students two exciting summer options: an 8-week Study and Internship program, or a 5 ½-week study program with coursework options in British culture, English literature and photojournalism.

Summer Internship Program

The FIE London Summer Internship program is the perfect way to boost your resume with an international work experience. The program provides students with an opportunity to intern at a small-to-medium British organization, while pursuing coursework for academic credit. It is an educational experience whose goals are to develop professional and cultural skills and provide personal and career awareness. Students take two courses taught by FIE: British Life and Cultures, and the International Internship Course, along with a part-time internship at a small to mid-size British company or non-profit. You’ll be busy every day, with the program structured such that you spend 2.5 days taking classes and 2.5 days at your internship placement.

Pages, Stages, Scenes and Screens: British Culture From Shakespeare to Visual Media

The Pages, Stages, Scenes and Screens study only program gives students the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Shakespeare (and Dumbledore) as they explore British culture from way-back-when to modern day. With London as the star of the show, students will trade in a traditional four-walled classroom for excursions to historical and cultural sites such as the Globe Theatre, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament.
You choose two of the following three courses, all of which include field trips and co-curricular activities designed to get you of the classroom and into the thriving metropolis of London: British Life and Visual Media; Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature; Photojournalism: London Through the Lens.



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Contact Program Sponsor and Advisor

College of Staten Island, CUNY
Deborah Stengle
Study Abroad Advisor

Questions? Contact me
studyab@csi.cuny.edu
Tel:(718) 982-2100

This program is sponsored and administered by the College of Staten Island and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. 

Academics & Program



There are two programs of study that students can participate in during the summer with FIE! Choose the option that works best for your academic and career goals.

London Summer Study & Internship

The FIE London Summer Internship program is an academic program that includes the FIE Key Course, British Life and Culture, and the International Internship Course. These courses serve as the anchor of the program, offering students an opportunity to place what they are learning in their internship into a larger, contemporary context.

In addition to the traditional classroom experience, learning is supplemented with guest speakers and guided visits to places of both historical and contemporary significance.

FIE's unpaid internship placements, together with classroom seminars and written reflection, form the International Internship Course, or IIC. The IIC seminars allow for discussion, analysis and academic reflection throughout the student's placement experience. Students are assessed on their ability to engage analytically with the internship experience, and are required to compile a portfolio, deliver a presentation and write a final report.

Internship Placement Areas: Pages, Stages, Scenes, and Screens: British Culture from Shakespeare to Modern Media

This 5-week summer program explores British culture from Shakespearean times until modern day! Use London as your classroom during co-curricular activities around the city to historical and cultural sites such as Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, or Big Ben and the House of Parliament. You will take two courses of your choice out of the following three:  British Life and Visual Media,  and Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature or Photojournalism: London Through the Lens.
  
Credits: Summer credits vary
Instructor's Language: English

Student Life & Housing



Student Life 


FIE is committed to providing students the opportunity to engage and explore their surroundings and offers optional field trips and study tours, many of which are highly discounted, outside of the academic excursions. Students are also informed of local cultural events and extra-curricular activities. Learn more here.

Housing

FIE’s student residences are located in some of the most vibrant and most sought after of London, a short Tube ride or walk away from Foundation House study center. All FIE student housing and study facilities are in the city center Zone 1 locality and well-serviced by the 24-hour public transport system. Residing in Zone 1 allows you to easily visit and familiarize yourself with all the city has to offer, from museums to clubs and cafes. In South Kensington, students live in fully-furnished converted 19th Century townhouses with one to three roommates. Common living and state-of-the-art kitchen areas in each residence allow students to interact frequently with each other. Student residences in other areas of the city may be purpose built or have more modern amenities. Learn more about the accommodation and check out virtual tours of the students' residences here.

Duration & Costs

Duration

Summer 2020

London Summer Internship Session I: May 21, 2020 -- July 19, 2020
London Summer Internship Session II: June 18, 2020 -- August 16, 2020
Pages, Stages, Scenes, and Screens: June 18, 2020 -- July 26, 2020

Costs

Summer 2020

London Summer Internship Session I:  TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member
London Summer Internship Session II: TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member
Pages, Stages, Scenes, and Screens: TBD CCIS Member | TBD Non-Member


Costs Included: Tuition and fees, housing, on-site orientation, Zones 1 & 2 London Transport pass for the duration of program, internship placement and support (if selected), medical insurance, International Student Identity card with local and travel discounts, access to counseling services, and various course-related co-curricular activities, access to subsidized gym membership, and access to a subsidized calendar of extracurricular events.

Costs Not Included: Airfare, meals (residence halls have kitchen facilities), Tier 4 Visa Fee (approx. $500 for those selecting the internship option)*, optional field excursions, personal expenses.

*Tier 4 Visa Fee is NOT required for Pages, Stages, Scenes, and Screens

All costs, fees, and dates are subject to change without notification. Contact the program sponsor to verify all costs, fees, and dates for this program. 

Please refer to your acceptance materials for information on arrival, orientation, and academic calendar. The refund policy is program specific and non-transferable. Refer to your acceptance materials for the comprehensive refund policy or contact the program sponsor.

Scholarship Deadline

Summer Programs: February 15
 
Scholarship applications must be submitted through the FIE website directly and are due at 11:59 London time on the application deadline day. With time zone differences, for U.S.-based students that is typically 5 to 10 hours earlier than the time listed – check a time zone converter to be sure you know the deadline in your local area. Successful applicants will be notified within one week of the deadline.
 

Eligibility & Deadlines

Application Deadlines

Summer 2020

March 15, 2020

All application materials must be completed through the online application and/or received by Montana State University by this date.

Eligibility Requirements

Minimum GPA: Students must have at least a 2.75 GPA.
Minimum Class Standing: Students must have sophomore status to be eligible for the program. 
Entry Requirements: Learn more about the Tier 4 Visa at the UK Border Agency website 
Withdraw Policy: 31 days prior to the first day of the program - 100% minus $400 deposit. 30 days or less prior to the first day of the program - 10% minus $400 deposit. No refund after program begins.

Have you talked with your study abroad advisor about your home institution's application process? Your institution's deadline might be earlier than the CCIS program application deadline. Check now to make sure all of your material is submitted on time!



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