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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: WUSTL applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2020 02/03/2020
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Rolling Admission 05/18/2020 06/15/2020

** Early application is strongly recommended for all programs. Deadlines that fall on a weekend or holiday are automatically extended to the next workday.

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Program Description:
Engineering - Summer in London
PROGRAM OVERVIEW Engineering London

 

ACADEMICS
LOCATION
STUDENT LIFE
OTHER INFORMATION
 
    PROGRAM OVERVIEW
  Experience London through the School of Engineering's custom study abroad program while you earn six units of credit toward your Engineering degree requirements. You will take Differential Equations and a class that fulfills your social science or humanities requirement in one of Europe's most vibrant cities.  Located in Bloomsbury, the academic quarter of London, this specially designed program will hold classes in a facility with all the amenities you need.  This four week study opportunity is the perfect blend of intensive study and local exploration.
 
 
Eligibility: Minimum 3.0 GPA
Prerequisite: L24 233, Calculus III


Program Dates:
Term Dates Application Deadline
Summer late May - late June March 23

 
    ACADEMICS
  Approved Departments:

Engineering

Coursework:
WU students will take two 3-credit courses equaling 6 total WU credits.  

E99 217 Differential Equations: Introduction to ordinary differential equations: first order equations, linear equations, systems of equations, series solutions, Laplace transform methods. Computer aided study of numerical solutions and graphic phase planes.


The British Industrial Revolution: During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Britain experienced change in all aspects of life as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Scientific advances and technological innovations brought growth in agricultural and industrial production, economic expansion, and changes in living conditions. These transformations promoted a new sense of national identity and civic pride. Juxtaposed to national developments was the ever-changing form of the British Empire, with expansion of control in India and Africa framing British economic power at the start of the 20th century. This class will help students understand the impact of the industrial revolution on Britain’s role in European politics and the world. Students will visit sites relevant to the Industrial Revolution including Canary Wharf and the British Transport Museum.
 


 
    LOCATION
  London, England
Shakespeare. Darwin. Churchill. Thatcher. Jolly old England has been home to some of the world’s greatest thinkers, creators, and leaders. A contemporary global city, London is home to almost 9 million people from all over the world, is a major financial center, and beholds a rich arts scene that includes some of the best theater, music, and fashion Europe has to offer. Students will enjoy learning about and discovering London’s extraordinary past and vibrant and eclectic present.
 
    STUDENT LIFE
  Housing
Housing will be in either a residence hall or shared apartments centrally located in Bloomsbury, Farringdon or Kings Cross. Students will share twin or triple rooms. No meals are provided in London but students will have access to kitchen facilities to cook their own meals.


Excursions & Activities
  • Get to know London with regular outings and activities like: exploring museums, attending a guest lecture at an engineering institute, attending a summer sporting event, and iconic sites like Tower Bridge and St. Paul's Cathedral.
  • Take a break from the city’s fast pace in one of many green spaces in and around the capital.
  • Explore more UK treasures with an overnight trip to another region of United Kingdom. 
  • Past day trips have included visits to Stonehenge, Manchester, and Oxford 
    OTHER INFORMATION
  Estimated Program Price:  $7,500
Price includes tuition, housing, Oyster card (Zone 1 & 2), and most excursions. Airfare and meals are not included. Limited scholarship funding is available.

 
  Questions
Email  Melanie Osborn, Assistant Dean, School of Engineering & Applied Science, for more information.