July 2 - August 4, 2020 - Program Cancelled Due to Coronavirus
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Program Website - Study Abroad Nottingham, Britain
Nottingham is in central England's Midlands region. It's known for its role in the Robin Hood legend and was once the center of the world's lace industry. London: the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. Edinburgh: Scotland's cosmopolitan capital city borders with miles of lush countryside.
Paris: France's capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine.
Imagine taking Maricopa summer courses while exploring England, France, and Scotland! Your global academic adventure will contrast the historical, artistic, anthropological, and social contexts of these very different countries and cultures.
Spend four weeks exploring the history and modernity-both above and below ground-of some of the world’s greatest cities including London, England, Paris, France, and Edinburgh Scotland.
Based in Nottingham, England, your “home” for a month is associated with the legend of Robin Hood in the Sherwood Forest and the defeat of Richard III, former king of England. Nottingham is a vibrant, walkable city in the East Midlands region of central England where the average temperature in July is 70 degrees!
Britain Program Excursions
- 4 days/3 nights in Paris, France*
- London Day Trip
- Chatsworth House (Home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire)
- 4 days/3 nights in Edinburgh, Scotland*
Courses Offered (6 credits - choose 2 courses)
- ENH251 Mythology (3) [G, HU]
- Instructor: Dr. Craig Jacobsen
- HUM225 Introduction to Popular Culture (3) [L]
- Instructor: Dr. Mary Aldridge
- PSY132 Psychology and Culture (3) [C, G, SB]
- Instructor: Christina Ahles
Britain Program Details
- Our program classes are held at Nottingham College, located at the edge of Nottingham's City Centre in the historic Lace Market district, home to over one hundred lace factories during the 19th century. The Adams Building, home of NCN, Nottingham, is one of the city's premier Victorian landmarks.
- Students will be housed in student residential housing at Cleaves Hall in Nottingham within walking distance of Nottingham College. Housing units include private bedrooms with bed linens, a communal kitchen, laundry facilities, and electronic security.
Did You Know??
- The United Kingdom has no written constitution.
- England helped develop many of the world's favorite sports, including football (soccer), boxing, and tennis; the Scots invented golf in the 1500s.
- Haggis, a Scottish national dish, is made from ground sheep entrails that are mixed with oats and spices, tied in a sheep's stomach, and cooked.
- The London Underground, known as the Tube, was the first subway system in the world.
- Currency used is the Pound (GBP, represented by the sign: "£").
- Read more detailed cultural information on the United Kingdom provided by CultureGrams™.
United kingdom (2020). CultureGrams Online Edition. ProQuest.
Estimated Program Costs & Deadlines
Expense Type Estimated Cost Deadline
Includes lodging, academic facilities, cultural excursions, in-country ground transportation, and secondary medical insurance.
Program Fee Due: Friday, March 20, 2020
$250 Confirmation Deposit Due (towards total program fee): upon acceptance to program
Confirmation deposit is non-refundable after the program fee payment deadline.
Tuition: 6 credits
In-state: $85 per credit hour
Out-of-state: $205 per credit hour
Registration for Summer term begins in March.
Tuition Due: Monday, April 27, 2020
If not a current MCC student, you must admit yourself to MCC prior to registering for courses.
For payment options, visit: www.maricopa.edu/become-a-student/tuition-paying/payment-options
For payment assistance, call 480.461.7400 or contact Cashier Services.
Airfare (estimated cost) $1,294
Group airfare through STA Travel will be available. Your program director will provide you with instructions on purchasing airfare for your program. Only after you have received these instructions should you purchase airfare.
$150 non-refundable airfare deposit deadline: March 27, 2020
$1,143.49 balance due: May 22, 2020
Meals are NOT included in program fee
$1,000 Not needed until you land in Britain! TOTAL Estimated Costs $5,578 (program fee, tuition, airfare and meals) ADDITIONAL COSTS Textbooks N/A No textbooks required! Passport $ 145/110
Be sure to allow at least 6 weeks of processing time for first time applicants and renewals.
Visit the U.S. Department of State website for current fees and processing times.
Program Application Deadline
Late applications will be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
Monday, March 2, 2020
Complete online application.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Space is limited. Apply early to reserve your place!
Scholarships and Funding Your Program
Title Date(s) More Information
IE Study Abroad Scholarship
- Does NOT require FAFSA
- Maximum Award: $1,000
- If you are receiving financial aid from another MCCCD college, please share your FAFSA with MCC (school code 001077) two weeks prior to scholarship deadline.
- England/France/Scotland program excluded
Deadline: Friday, February 14, 2020
11:59 pm MST
Get information on financial aid & grants, scholarships, and misc. resources for study abroad here.
PRIOR to applying for a scholarship, student must:
- Be accepted into the program you are a applying for a scholarship to
- Pay the program deposit of $250 online, at Cashier Services, or by calling 480.461.7400.
2021 England/France/Scotland Study Abroad Scholarship Application:
Global Ties Arizona Study Abroad Scholarship
Deadline: October 1, 2019
5 pm MST
For students interested in international relations, diplomacy, international trade or any area of international business, Global Ties offers a $2,000 scholarship opportunity.
- Demonstrate an interest in any of the following areas: international development, international relations, international trade, international economics, or international business
- Completed at least 12 credit hours of college work
- Maintained a 3.0 or better GPA (transcripts must be submitted)
- Priority will be given to youth representing a minority or disadvantaged group in the community that meet all the qualifications as indicated by Global Ties.
- Letters of recommendation (2 professors/instructors).
- Submit a 1,500 – 2,000 word research essay on the following subject: How can citizen diplomacy lessen conflict among nations?
Up to $500 Award
Deadline: February 14, 2020
Submit to Honors Office
If you are a current MCC Honors Program student in good standing, you can apply for up to a $500 study abroad scholarship!
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