Travel to London with Penn State Brandywine

Fall is approaching, and so is a trip to London. Penn State Brandywine's international program is planning a journey to London Nov. 20 to 27 and the deadlines are quickly approaching.

The visit, which features excursions to the Tower of London and St. Paul's Cathedral, includes a number of three-credit courses for those who wish to study.

The $1,200 total package, provided by Celestial Voyagers, includes roundtrip airfare, taxes and surcharges, six nights at the Royal National Hotel, a daily continental breakfast and airport/hotel transfers in London.

The final registration and $300 deposit deadline is Sept. 18 and final payment is due no later than Oct. 9.

Available courses explore a multitude of themes, including "British Roots of American Popular Culture," "Popular Music of Great Britain from 1960 to Present," "Dinosaur Extinction and Other Controversies" and "International Capital Markets."

Week-long excursions abroad, with accompanying courses, were introduced at Penn State Brandywine in 1996 and the program was designed with a threefold purpose: to broaden a student's world view and cultural horizons to meet new job market demands, to support the University's goal of students engaging in a significant international experience as part of their undergraduate years, and to accommodate students' limited financial resources and time constraints.

For more information on the trip to London, visit http://celestialvoyagers.com/tours/links/4037/ online.

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Last Updated September 14, 2009