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Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.5
Housing Options: Hotels Areas of Study: Criminal Justice
Minimum Credit Hours: 24 collegiate credit hours Program Type: Study Abroad
Program Description:
Bird's eye view of London
 
 

About the Program

In this faculty-led program, we will examine the British legal and criminal justice systems, visit historical places, and observe the law in action while also exploring the culturally rich city of London.
 

Location

This program will take place in London, England. Itinerary will include visits to:
 
  • Tower of London
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Windsor Castle
  • National Gallery
  • The British Museum
  • London Metropolitan Museum
  • Holocaust Museum
  • Royal Courts of Justice
  • Legal London
  • Horseferry Magistrates’ Court
  • Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms
  • Greater London Authority
 

Course Information

The course offered in this program is CJCR 4000 British Studies Program (3 credits)
 

Dates & Duration

This program goes for one week during Spring Break.
 
Start date: March 2nd End Date: March 13th
 

Itinerary

*The itinerary is tentative and subject to change!
 
Day 1: Leave Atlanta to London.

Day 2: Group arrives in London, travels and checks-in to hotel; group dinner.

Day 3:
The London Walk, Westminster, and the West End; Museum of London; group dinner.

Day 4: British Museum, Tower of London.

Day 5:
All day at Windsor.
Day 6: Royal Courts of Justice, and Imperial War Museum.

Day 7: Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms; Westminster Abbey and HMS Belfast.

Day 8: Westminster Magistrates’ Court, Inns of Court walk, and National Gallery tour.

Day 9: Cultural and educational events – TBD.

Day 10:
Group departs London for Atlanta.
 

Cost & Payment

Program cost: $2,240
 
What's included?
  • Application Fee
  • Airfare
  • Hotel
  • International health insurance
  • Ground transportation
  • Some meals
  • Taxes
  • Airport Fees
What's NOT included?
  • GGC tuition & fees
  • Passport
  • Personal expenses (shopping, personal trips, etc.)
  • Unexpected incidents
  • Education Abroad Portal Fee $30


 
 
Refund policy: Spring Break programs applicants are eligible to receive 100% refunds up to November 1st.  Please make note all payments are non-refundable after November 1st upon receipt unless GGC cancels the study abroad program.GGC tuition and fees are NOT included. Those must be paid before departure and must meet GGC deadlines for tuition and fee payments.
 

Payment schedule

For full payment:
November 28th, 2017 $2,240
 
For installment payments:
Payment Due Date Amount
Application Fee At Application $30
First Payment November 15th $500
Second Payment December 19th, 2017 $500
Third Payment January 9th, 2018 $500
Final Payment January 30th, 2018 $740
 

  Deadline The deadline to apply for this program is Friday, December 1st 2017

*Please make note of payment deadlines and refund schedule once payments are made.
**Tuition and fees not included!

 

Contact

For more information, please contact the program director, Dr. Bruce Carroll, or the Office of Internationalization.
  • Program Director: Dr. Bruce Carroll - (678) 209-5710 - bcarroll2@ggc.edu


Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring Break 2018 01/19/2018 ** Rolling Admission 03/02/2018 03/13/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.