Costs$4,230, which includes
- four weeks in London, housing in muti-bedded student apartments, with fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms
- weekly linen service within the apartments
- London-based student assistants/aides living within the apartments
- wireless Internet access within the student apartment lounge
- six hours of Loyola University credit
- University of London-based classrooms with wireless Internet access
- dedicated student PC labs with Internet access
- an orientation dinner
- guided tours of London museums and attractions
- two full day trips out of London, by private coaches, with private guides
- a guided tour of the BBC, with admission to radio/televison show tapings
- health insurance (extending up to 30 days after the program ends)
- airport transfers (if arriving and departing on Loyola flight)
- London Transport travel pass (zones 1 and 2) for duration of stay
In addition, all study abroad students must pay the study abroad fee $250. This amount will be billed separately through Student Finance.
A deposit of $450 (due April 1, 2008, non-refundable after April 11, 2008) guarantees your spot. The balance of $3,780 is then due no later than May 1, 2008. NOTE: There is no refund of any program costs after June 17, 2008 , unless there is a medical or family emergency.
Board is not included in the price, but student accommodations have fully equipped kitchens
Loans are available, but remember there is an annual limit. Contact the Office of Financial Aid, 865-3231.
International Student Identity Card
It is recommended that students buy an International Student Identity Card. It is available from most travel agencies -- or online -- for approximately $20.00. This card provideds secure identification and reduced prices at several theatres, museums, and restaurants in London and around the country.
Students will need a valid passport or visa in order to enter Britain. It can take up to six weeks (or longer) to get a passport. Passport applications and photographs can be obtained at your local post office.
Several day trips and excursions have been planned in order to introduce students to English culture and history. This year, students and faculty will be visiting Oxford (with entrances provided to Oxford University College) and Stratford-upon-Avon (with entrances to Shakespeare's birthplace).