2012 Cambridge Summer Program

Photo courtesy of Colleen Kennedy

For students interested in British cultural and film studies, the Cambridge summer program may be the perfect study abroad match.

Program participants can go on weekend excursions to sites relevant to coursework, or venture around Cambridge, the home of Milton, Newton, and Darwin, to explore the history and culture themselves. Students will live in single dorm rooms and will be provide some meals through the week.

Classes will be taught by W&M faculty at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge. Students will choose two courses from options offered by faculty of the Departments of English, and Literary and Cultural Studies.  Students will earn six credits total which will appear as grades on their W&M transcripts and be calculated into their GPA’s.

For more information contact Molly DeStafney.

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