We look forward to having you be a part of the Syracuse London program in the spring!
View the London program packet to learn more about your semester abroad.
Below is an outline of spring program modifications for London:
What aspects of your Spring 2021 Syracuse London program have changed?
- Pre-Arrival Program Dates: January 18th – February 5th. All students will be required to take a 1 credit “CAS 200 Mapping London” online course from 1/18 to 1/29. Week one of all other London semester courses will meet online from 2/1 and 2/5.
- New On-Site Program Dates: February 8th – May 8th.
- In-person Orientation Dates: February 8th – February 12th. Also, CAS 200 Mapping London course will conclude this week with a final seminar.
- Mid-semester catch-up days (no class): March 31st – April 6th.
- The Sustainability on Trial (travel to UK instead of Scandinavia) and Borders in Flux (travel as usual to Ireland) optional 3-credit Signature Seminars will be offered at the end of the semester, May 9th – May 18th. Instructions about how to sign up for the seminars will be emailed to you separately by your program advisor.
- Reduction in program fee from $8,000 to $6,100. View the London modified budget.
What aspects of your Spring 2021 Syracuse London program remain the same?
- Housing: Students will live in flats located in the City Center within 30 minutes of the Syracuse London Center.
- The Syracuse London Internship Program. Instructions about how to sign up for this opportunity will be emailed to you separately by your program advisor.
- Course Availability: A wide variety of courses across the disciplines remain available to students allowing you to take a full-time course load. Several new and exciting courses have also been added to London – be sure to check your program packet to learn more. Due to the condensed nature of the semester, students are strongly advised to plan for no more than 17 credits during the regular semester. Taking a post-semester optional Signature Seminar is a great way to earn up to 19 credits. If you have an academic need to take more than 17 credits during the regular semester, you should seek approval from Dr. Petra Hejnova, Director of Curriculum and Academic Services.
- Non-U.S. Citizens and students participating in the internship program will need to obtain a student visa. We will follow up shortly with instructions on how to begin this process.