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CISaustralia January in London Short-term Program
London, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Summer (Dec - Feb)
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January in London, England at the University of Roehampton: 2017
|Program description||The University of Roehampton offers three courses in this program, specifically designed for CIS students in three course areas.
Areas of study include:
London: History, Art and Society: The module will introduce students to various types of historical artefact – architecture and sculpture, painting and archaeological objects – and to various types of historical sources and approaches to them. Students will develop a meaningful awareness of the particular character and challenges of London history through these visual and material sources as well as texts, both factual and fictional – and different approaches to them. The syllabus will include visits to London’s museums and historical locations such as the Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London and less well-known sites, off the 'tourist trail'.
Understanding Globalisation: Globalisation is a process crossing social boundaries. It also crosses disciplinary divisions. This module is therefore designed to be an introduction to thinking about the new world order where moral, economic, political, and ecological issues are intertwined with a debate about the future of society. This is now a vogue topic in both academic and public spheres and a crucially important topic in current sociological debates.
Media and Social Change: Class, Race and Ethnicity: This module focuses on the ways in which non-fiction media such as news, documentary, lifestyle journalism and popular factual television articulate and explore contemporary experiences of profound social change. It focuses especially on the changing landscape of social class, race and ethnicity and asks how the media engages with these changes and presents them to its publics. Topics include: narratives of social aspiration and social mobility, class labelling, depictions of the upper and elite classes, rhetoric of race, immigration, home and belonging.
|Relevant subject areas||Arts and Social Sciences (English, History, Media & Communications)
|Program dates||5 January – 21 January 2017
|Application deadline||21 November 2016
|Places available||CIS Australia programs are highly competitive and fill up fast so be sure to get your application in as early as possible.
|Eligibility criteria||To qualify students must be in good academic standing with a GPA of 4.5 (out of 7) or equivalent. If your current GPA falls below the requirement please contact us to discuss your situation. We will do what we can to find the right program for you.
As part of your application you will complete a CISaustralia Course Selection Worksheet. The instructions provided will assist you through the steps involved in selecting your courses.
|Credit/ Not-for-credit||Each course is worth 10 UK credits, amounting to 36 contact hours & approximately 6 USYD cpts.
Please contact your faculty office with the below email to submit an application for credit. Participation in any CIS Australia program does not guarantee credit and will require faculty assessment of individual applications-for-credit.
Please ensure you include in the email:
Arts and Social Sciences
Credit application form
|Language||Classes are instructed in English.
|Fees and funding||2017 Total Program Fee: $5999 AUD
CISaustralia would like to offer two lucky students a $1,000 travel grant
(2 x $1,000) for the January in London program – 2017. To be eligible for this one-off grant, students must have applied for and been accepted into the CISaustralia January in London, England program for January 2017. The grants will be drawn on November 21st, 2016. Terms and Conditions.
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|Location overview||Study in England’s bustling urban capital, London, at the only parkland campus in a central London borough: the University of Roehampton. Enjoy both the feel of a traditional university campus, with the culture of one of the greatest cities in the world. From Trafalgar Square to Notting Hill, and Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, this city has so much to see and do.
|Contact for more information||CIS Australia