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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.
More Fogg Photos

 

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.

S&T Students Abroad

Fall 2012 - Jeff Slentz

Fall 2011 - Ashley Schlegal

Fall 2010 - Rachel Somodi

 

S&T Professors Abroad

Spring 2014 - Dr. David Wright

Spring 2012 - Dr. Jim Bogan

Spring 2011 - Dr. Eric Bryan

Spring 2009 - Dr. Shannon Fogg

 

Academic Program

Fall 2014: Dates | Courses

Spring 2014: Dates | Courses

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