If we haven't convinced you yet, listen to past students' experiences.
"I had never left the country before and at first I was a little hesitant to go with a group of people I had never met before. I knew that I wanted to go to London so I signed up for the program. What I liked about this program that it was not a whole summer long, but we were in the city long enough to get comfortable there. The program encouraged me to visit sites that I would never have thought about going on my own, like Stonehenge, which ended up being my favorite part. I gained a lot from this experience, I learned a lot about myself, about global cultures and I made 17 new friends."
-Mallory W., Senior, Public Relations
"My experience in the London study abroad program was unforgettable. Bob Marzec does an excellent job finding a good balance between class work and seeing the sights of London. I enjoyed every minute of my time on this trip and would do it over again in a heartbeat."
- Kerri H., Senior, Counseling
"Bob builds in amazing diversity of sights, which helps hammer home the point that [Global] London is diverse. The academic and the social are well-mixed, and there is a mixture of regular tourism and 'insider' tourism."
- Karen S., PhD, English
"One of my favorite things about the London Program was the variety that it offered. Bob did a fantastic job of providing many diverse opportunities for us, from the Hindu temple, to Oxford, to the museums and allowing free time for whatever individuals wanted. It was a trip filled with memories that will last a life time and I WANT TO GO BACK!!!! :)"
- Ashley T., MA, Comparative Lit.
"I loved how we actually got to visit the places in London that we read about in our books, whether it was Brick Lane or Trafalgar Square... Bob was probably the best sort of professor to lead this trip: he understood that in-the-moment social encounters of London brought you to understand the city in ways that sitting in the classroom wouldn't ... which made studying the literature and politics that were the focus of the course that much more enjoyable."
- Ashley H., Senior, Comparative Lit. & Political Science