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 online.

Last Updated September 14, 2009