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Missouri S&T in London

How would you like to study Shakespeare in London? Or the history of Roman Britain? Or modern British artists? If so, then you should consider joining us for a semester abroad in London. Each year Missouri S&T sends students and a professor to England for a semester of learning, adventure, and fun.


Professor Jim Bogan and his students sing the songs of William Blake on a fire escape near their classroom in the CAPA building, February 2012. Read Bogan's review of The Merchant of Venice at Shakespeare's Rose Theatre.
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"Yesterday I walked around Big Ben and Westminster Abbey with Lauren after we checked out an Islamic Festival that was held in Trafalgar Square." -- Rachel Somodi, October 3, 2010
 
"My Shakespeare in London class (all 5 of us) went to tour The Globe yesterday. ... I love Shakespeare’s work. I love reading it and hearing it. I love everything about it. It’s like warm melted fudge in your mouth." -- Rachel Somodi, Sept. 25, 2010

 


Professor Shannon Fogg at Stonehenge, Spring 2009. Students and faculty often make excursions to Stonehenge, Bath, Canterbury, Oxford, and Stratford upon Avon.
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Important Links:

S&T's Study Abroad Programs

CAPA International Education's Missouri London Program

S&T's Department of English and Technical Communication

 

Contact Info:

To learn more about S&T's Missouri London Program, please contact the MLP Director Dr. Ed Malone (malonee@mst.edu), H-SS 222, 573-341-4681, and Program Administrator Stephane Menand (stephane.menand@mst.edu), 103 Norwood Hall, (573) 341-6237.

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