January 2 - 18, 2020     Enrollment is closed.

Comprehensive fee $4,100 includes:

  • Round-trip airfare from Chicago O'Hare
  • Twin accommodations in central London with private bath and breakfast daily
  • Tuition for your 3-credit course AND textbooks (yes!) 
  • A half-day guided city tour, full London guidebook, and a public transportation pass for the length of your stay so you can enjoy your newfound knowledge of the city
  • International Student Identity Card
  • Class-related excursions and site visits to museums, galleries, sites of historical and cultural interest, and more!

Great courses! Choose from:

–ENG 302  Travel Writing (Gen Ed C2 / BCC W2)   this course is wait-listed

"Intensive practice in travel writing techniques of narration, description, analysis, and evaluation." WHILE YOU ARE TRAVELING ABROAD. Does it get any better than this? Prerequisite: ENG 101, or CIV 111-112; junior standing, 

Department of English

–COM 300   Communication Theory     seats still available!

Prof. Christopher Marsh, Department of Communication


–ETE 280 Exploring Diversity: Learners, Families, And Communities   class full

Prof. Patricia Nugent, Department of Teacher Education

–NUR 433 / 533  International Health & Nursing   seats still available!

Prof. Deb Erickson, Department of Nursing

–LAS 325 (BCC GP/GS)  / PLS 302 / IS 475  U.S.-British Relations    seats still available!

Prof. Christopher Jones, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

This course examines the development and present state of the “special relationship” between the United Kingdom and the United States. The historian Paul Johnson called it the "cornerstone of the modern democratic world order." This introductory inquiry will probe the relationship through the changing power roles of both countries in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. International relations theories, domestic political factors, case study exercises, and multiple policy areas – defense, intelligence, diplomacy, and trade – will be used to explore one of the world’s most enduring and important bilateral relationships. London's location will truly enhance the study of this subject through class-related visits, which may include the U.S. Embassy, Parliament of the United Kingdom, Churchill War Rooms, Whitehall, Imperial War Museum, London School of Economics and Political Science, Benjamin Franklin House, and the American War Memorial Chapel at St. Paul’s Cathedral.  

–THE 131 Introduction to Theater (Gen Ed / BCC FA) or THE 494    the legendary London Theater class will be back next year!   

Prof. Chad Lowell, Department of Theater Arts

The following classes did not enroll for January 2020 -- sorry, but they'll be back!

–RLS 331 Religions of the Eastern World (Gen Ed NW, BCC GP/WC)  

Prof. Daniel Getz, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

–PSY 330   Psychology Abroad  (BCC SB)

Prof. Tim Koeltzlow, Chair of the Department of Psychology

ETE 260  Children’s Literature  

Dr. Heljä Antola Crowe, Department of Teacher Education

London is an inspiring surroundings in which to study Children's Literature. Your childhood favorites of Roald Dahl, Enid Blyton, C.S. Lewis, Raymond Briggs, A.A. Milne, Lewis Carroll, Beatrix Potter will come alive on your trip to England. We will visit The British Library where we can explore Dickens, Austen and Keats. The British Museum has a children’s section, as well as a lot of history. Charles Dickens House Museum and “The London That Inspired Harry Potter” – the Harry Potter Walk – will be on our agenda and we will have a chance to visit a Teddy Bear Museum. Prerequisite: Major in an education program or consent of department chair.


ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION (required if you wish to enroll on April 26) begins March 11 through the link on our home page: Then, secure your registration in person at 8:30 am Friday, April 26, in the Student Center Ballroom, where you will enroll in order of cumulative credit hours until classes reach enrollment limits. A $500 non-refundable deposit will be required to secure your registration. (Deposit must be paid with check or cash; sorry, no credit cards.)

After April 26, you can enroll in the Study Abroad Office in 246 Bradley Hall for any remaining available seats.

Note: a minimum 2.5 GPA is required to register for any Study Abroad program at Bradley University. Transfer students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA recorded at BU in order to register (see us for strategies to enroll if you're in your first semester at BU).