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AVON PARK, Fla. – Jan. 18, 2017 – South Florida State College hosts an information session on its study abroad program on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 6– 7 p.m., in Room B-202, Highlands Campus, Avon Park.
The information session will cover details about a seven-day trip in late May to the United Kingdom called “London: The City Experience.” Drs. Sonji Nicholas and Theresa James, professors in the Division of Arts and Sciences, will lead the information session.
The trip includes air fare, hotels, breakfasts, several dinners, and visits to many notable London landmarks led by a full-time tour guide, including use of a bus.
Students participating in this study abroad Humanities class may earn 3 credit hours; the general public may take the study abroad class for audit credit.
The itinerary includes visits to Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Windsor Castle, St. George’s Chapel, and Queen Mary’s Doll House. Also included are guided tours of the Tower of London and the British Museum. Optional excursions to Stonehenge, Bath, and the Warner Brothers Studio Harry Potter Experience are available.
The information session will review the itinerary, program highlights, the price, and dates of departure. Those attending the information session are encouraged to bring a laptop so that they can sign up for the program during the information session.
Enrolling is easy and includes a $95 deposit. The program price increases each month, so participants are encouraged to lock in the lower price early.
Those interested in the study abroad program should plan to attend the information session, where they can ask questions and receive printed information. Attendees can add their email to a mailing list to learn about future trips, and put in a choice for future destinations. For more information on the session, contact Dr. Nicholas at 784-7286 or Dr. James at 784-7185.