View of Trafalgar Square

Program Summary

CAS Summer in London offers courses in British literature, art and architecture, Shakespeare in performance, and contemporary English politics. These courses are all advanced electives that will normally count for the major in their respective fields. We take bus and walking tours of London as well as a group excursion to Brighton. Actors come to our theatre classes and members of Parliament to our politics class. Fieldwork and guided excursions are incorporated into other classes as well: architectural tours and museum visits, historical walking tours of literary districts, and visits to Parliament.

"Interesting. Engaging. Exceptionally well prepared. I got to know London, and I've met new friends."

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Application Deadlines

December 1 - Application Launch
February 1 - Priority Deadline
March 1 - General Deadline
April 15 - Final Deadline
April 30 - Final Confirmation

Contact Info

NYU Global Programs

Phone

t: (212) 998-4433

f: (212) 995-4103

Program Director

Nicholas Boggs, Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU Department of English

Tuition and Fees

The College of Arts and Science discounts CAS Summer Abroad tuition 33% to offset additional costs of study abroad. This discount is already calculated in the below rates. Fees, Housing and International Insurance are required, and these rates are set by NYU.

2019 Program Costs  
Undergraduate Tuition - 8 points $7,784
Undergraduate Registration Fees - 8 points $972
Program & Activities Fee $550 (TBC)

GeoBlue International Health Insurance

for 6 week program

Included

Housing

Double Room

Triple Room

Quad Room

 

$3,242

$3,060

$2,877

PLEASE NOTE: Students are responsible for purchase of transportation to/from program location. All students participating in the program are required to live in NYU-provided housing.

Students are encouraged to budget for summer abroad programs based on individual needs. Additional resources for planning are available on the Additional Costs page.

View of The Shard

Sculptural details of the Albert Memorial

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Academics

Classes are held at the NYU Center in Bedford Square. This Bloomsbury location-a stone's throw from the British Museum and within walking distance of nearly everything else in central London-makes NYU Summer in London a program of distinction whose diversity offers students in all disciplines the opportunity for immersion in the British academic world and the vibrant culture of London. This fully restored air-conditioned academic center offers classroom space overlooking the gardens of Bedford Square. In addition to two computer rooms, audio-visual facilities, a library, and study lounges, the NYU academic center houses the program's faculty offices and advisement staff. The NYU academic center at Bedford Square offers an unparalleled summer experience just minutes from the Tottenham Court Road Tube Station, Oxford Street, and Soho Square.

Students sitting at Bedford Square

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Courses

All students must register for 8 points.

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Housing and Meals

All students participating in the program are required to live in NYU-provided housing in a newly renovated residence just off Russell Square, within walking distance of the shops, supermarket and cinema of The Brunswick Center, the public parks and gardens of Mecklenburgh Square, and to all forms of transportation. The residence is a few minute walk from the academic center in Bedford Square. The apartments are shared suites with bedrooms arranged around a community area/kitchen. A suite may have up to four bedrooms, each bedroom, usually housing two students, with a bed, desk, and armoire for each student. Two or three bedrooms share a bathroom. The residence features lounges, laundry facilities, and wireless internet. There is no meal plan; you may prepare meals in your apartment (kitchens include cooking utensils) or eat at restaurants in the neighborhood. A residence manager is on-site as well as residential life staff and 24-hour security staff.

Students in the computer lab at a residence hall

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Excursions

Depending on individual course selections, students also have the opportunity to visit Royal Greenwich and Hampton Court, the Mansion House; the Houses of Parliament, the New Globe Theatre, Charles Dickens's house, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Sigmund Freud's house, the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery, Somerset House, Poet's Corner at Westminster Abbey, and many other locations. There is also a group excursion is planned for Brighton.

Students discussing art at Tate Modern

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Faculty

Nicholas Boggs
Ph.D., Columbia University

Born and raised in Washington, D.C. Nicholas Boggs spent part of his childhood living in London and studied there for a semester as an undergraduate student in the Yale in London Program in Bloomsbury Square. Educated at Yale (BA in English) and Columbia (PhD in English) he now serves as the Director of Undergraduate Research and Advisement in the Department of English at NYU. He is also the faculty coordinator of the department's Contemporary Literature Series (www.nyu-cls.org), which brings noted authors to the NYU campus and into the undergraduate classroom. A writer and a scholar of twentieth century and contemporary literatures in English, this summer he will teach a course on Contemporary British Writing. His scholarship has appeared in the journal Callaloo and in the anthologies James Baldwin Now (NYU Press) and The Cambridge Companion to James Baldwin.

Michael Douglas-Scott
Ph.D., Birkbeck College, University of London

Varsha Panjwani
Ph.D., The University of York

Scott Kelly
Ph.D., London School of Economics

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Photo Gallery

Classic red telephone box in London

Students at Tate Modern

View of Big Ben at night

Inside the Royal Opera House

Students walking through Borough Market

The London Eye lit up at night

View of the Natural History Museum

Students walking with a view of Tower Bridge

View of the Thames River at night

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