London Psychology Short-Term OSU Sponsored Study Abroad Program Program Highlights
Spring Quarter: June 11-20, 2010
The London Psychology program offers an opportunity for Psychology Majors to gain a unique perspective on the city of London. The Spring 2010 course will introduce students to London’s importance in and contributions to the field of psychology. The London portion of the program will include field trips to numerous sites of historical and cultural interest. Accompanied by one Ohio State professor from the Department of Psychology, the group will also visit Cambridge, Leeds castle, and the homes and museums of Freud and Darwin.
Ohio State Tuition + Program Fee $2,947(see “program costs” section for more details)
London, England. London is a major world capital which offers some of the world’s finest museums, theatre, concerts, and arts.
December 1, 2009
Courses and Credit
Students will take a one credit hour seminar (Psychology 693.02) that meets weekly from 4-5:48 p.m. on Mondays during Spring quarter 2010. The class is an introduction to British life and culture and how it relates to the field of Psychology. Assignments will include several readings, a journal and group presentation. Once accepted to the program, students will also have five hours of IS 697 added to their Spring 2010 schedule. This credit will be converted to five hours of Psychology 697 with a grade for successful completion of the course requirements and short-term program in London.
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Acceptance into the Program
Acceptance to the program will be determined based on academic record, statement of purpose, letter of recommendation, personal interview, and demonstrated interest in participating in an intensive, cultural immersion experience.
Dr. Alisa Paulsen Psychology Department (614) 247-4435 Paulsen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Students will stay in double and triple rooms in hotels located centrally in London. Breakfast is included every morning at the hotel.
Leslie Anderson Study Abroad Coordinator Office of International Affairs (614) 292-6101 Anderson.email@example.com
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The Spring Quarter 2010 quarter long class will cover all of the orientation information in the weekly sessions. The date and location of the first orientation meeting, which will be held during Ohio State reserves the right to change without notice quarter, will be provided in the letter ofnot limited to rules, winter any statement in this handout, concerning but acceptance.
The cost of the program is Spring Quarter tuition plus a Study Abroad Program Fee $2,947, which includes round trip airfare Columbus to London, hotel accommodation, breakfast, all program activities, excursions, guided tours, museum admissions, local transportation and supplemental health insurance. The Office of International Affairs reserves the right to increase the study abroad program fee if the actual airfare exceeds the estimated amount when ticketing occurs. The program fee is due one month prior to the first day of Spring Quarter. Students should expect to bring at least $600 to cover the costs of the meals not included in the program fee and personal spending money.
Applicants must submit the Office of International Affairs Study Abroad Application online via buckeyelink.osu.edu. Please note that upon application, a $150 application fee will be assessed to your Statement of Fees and Accounts. The application fee will be refunded only if you are not accepted or submit a written request to withdraw your application prior to the application deadline. If you withdraw any time after the date of your notification of acceptance to a study abroad program, you will be responsible for any non-recoverable costs that have been incurred on your behalf plus a $200 cancellation fee.
Passports are required for every Ohio State study abroad program. For many study abroad destinations, passport information is required to apply for an entry visa (as early as 6 months prior to departure). For information about applying for a passport, go to travel.state.gov.
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The Office of International Affairs is located in Oxley Hall, 1712 Neil Avenue. Please see oia.osu.edu for information about “Getting Started” Information Sessions, Program Exploration Walk-in hours, and Study Abroad Coordinator office hours.
Ohio State reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this handout, concerning but not limited to rules, policies, tuition, fees, curricula, and courses. The Office of International Affairs reserves the right to cancel any program for which a State Department travel warning is in effect. It is the policy of Ohio State not to discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or handicap in matters of admission, employment, housing, or services in the educational programs which it administers in accordance with civil rights legislation.