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  • Locations: Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Spring Semester
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Program Description:
UK Semester Abroad

The Premiere Global Perspectives Experience

Please note: The information contained in this brochure is in reference to the Spring 2022 outgoing trip. 
Information regarding future trips will be announced along with an updated brochure at a later date.

Cities on Itinerary:

Cambridge, UK

Bath, UK

London, UK

Edinburgh, UK

Dublin, Ireland

Galway, Ireland

and much more!


Trip Dates: 2023 dates: TBA

Trip Term: Spring Semester 2023

Application Deadline: April 19, 2022

Deposit Deadline: TBA


After being accepted by the Trip Director, students will commit to the trip with a $1,000 deposit. The final cost of trip listed below includes all travel, tuition costs, and some meals. Final payment deadline will be communicated upon being accepted for the trip.

$22,000 (Tentative Cost for Spring 2023)

For additional questions or concerns, please contact Global Perspectives at


Your group will be led by a full-time Lee U faculty member or administrator for the spring semester. This person will travel with you on all excursions for the duration of the program except during your times of independent travel.
As the faculty instructor present on the trip, the director will be the instructor for one of the courses offered on the trip.

2022 Courses Offered: (2023 courses TBA)
1. GNST 253: Cross-Cultural Experience, Matthew Melton - 3 Credit Hours
2. UKSA 350: The World of C.S. Lewis, Matthew Melton - 3 Credit Hours
3. UKSA 351: For King, Queen, and Country: The Monarchy in British History, Randy Wood - 3 Credit Hours
4. UKSA 352: From Papyrus to the iPad: A History of Shared Information, Louis Morgan - 3 Credit Hours
5. UKSA 353: Religion in Britain, Jerome Hammond - 3 Credit Hours

Other than the Cross-Cultural Experience, these courses will fulfill any of the General Education Core requirements in the Humanities and Fine Arts portions of the core curriculum other than HUMN 201 – Foundations of Western Culture. (Such as HUMN 202, 301, 302; HIST 222; ENGL 221, 222; ARTS 244, 245; THEA 201, MUHL 211, PHIL 241). HUMN 201 is not a pre-requisite for the trip. The class can be taken before or after the trip.

Total Credit Hours Received: 15


Additional Resources:

Health Clearance Info 
(All students must be cleared by the Health Clinic prior to traveling.)
Mental Health Questionnaire

2019 Student Video
2020 Student Video

For questions about the UK Semester, please contact the Global Perspectives Office at

This program is currently not accepting applications.