Liberal Arts in London – Spring Semester

Our spring semester runs for 14 weeks from early February to mid-May, with a week’s break halfway through.

We offer a variety of liberal arts subjects:

  • Britain Today: Issues and Perspectives (core course – mandatory) – taught by Andrew Whitehead
  • Shakespeare the Dramatist – taught by Jean Elliott
  • Theatre, Audience and Society: Tragedy and Beyond – taught by Christopher Cook
  • Britain in the Age of Revolution and Reform – taught by Keith Surridge
  • The Nineteenth and Twentieth Century English Novel – taught by Susie Thomas
  • British Masters: Eighteenth Century to Present – taught by Carole Machin
  • The Economic Integration of the European Union – taught by Andreas Staab
  • Media in the UK – teacher to be determined (this course will be held in spring 2018, then will move to fall from fall 2018 onwards)
  • There is also an internship option for this programme – seminars taught by Kalyn Franke

See our general semester information page for more details on what’s included in the cost, our excursions page for info on trips and visits and here for more about our guest speakers.

See the main GEO semester page for up-to-date information on requirements, deadlines, fees, etc:

  • Click here for Liberal Arts in London 
  • Click here for Liberal Arts in London with Internship

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