England, Scotland, & Ireland
- Visit the cities of Dublin, Edinburgh and London
• Experience 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Old and New Edinburgh, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London
• Learn about the Cultural Geography of the British Isles traveling by boat, train and airplane
• Learn the relationships between place and myth and literature
• Enjoy the countryside from the train traveling from Edinburgh, Scotland to London, England
• Discover the haunts of writers like Joyce, Yeats, McCourt, Conan Doyle, Burns, Rowling, and Dickens
• Learn the relationships between locale and accent--learn to speak like the Scots and Irish
• Learn about the history of Irish leaders in the Dublin City Walk
• Enjoy the traditional and non-traditional London - culture, history, architecture, diversity and nightlife
- GEO 2420 Cultural Geography- 3 credits
- GEO 1920 Group Study in Geography- 1 credit
- LIT 1000 Introduction to Literature- 3 credits
- ENC1102 College Composition II- 1 credit
- ENG1920 Study group in English Literature- 1-3 credit
The program fee covers:
• Round-trip airfare from Florida to Edinburgh, Scotland
• All in-country transportation
• All in-country accommodations
• Some meals
Approximate program fee (subject to change):
TOTAL PROGRAM FEE = 3,625 ($3,860 for travelers 30 and older)
|Estimated costs not included in program fee:|
|Tuition||$ 317 (3 credits)|
|Other meals||$ 210|
|Personal Spending Money||$ 50|
|Immunizations||None required, routine recommended|
|TOTAL = *This is an approximation, individuals will differ||$ 702|
You should also read carefully the Study Abroad Application form that you must fill out and sign to join a program. Pay attention to the college's Cancellation and Withdrawal Policy.
The payments expected for the program will follow the calendar below.
|$ 125 (deposit and application fee)||due with application|
|$ 500||November 18, 2016|
|$ 1,500||February 3, 2017|
|$ 500||March 10, 2017|
|$1,000 (remainder)||April 1, 2017|
*Payment dates are subject to change. Participants will be informed via email if changes occur.
How to Make a Payment:
Make your payments at the Cashier's office. The Cashier's Office accepts payments by check, cash or credit card. (You can make your payments by phone using a credit card).
If you are not able to make a payment according to the dates assigned by Santa Fe College's International Education Office, it may still be possible for you to join the program; however you will likely incur increased costs. You will make part of the payments for this tour directly to EF College Study Tours. When signing up with EF Tours, you are advised to read the entire policy section that they ask you to agree to. This will ensure that you understand their policy for cancellations and return of program fees.
Please visit the Center for Disease Control website for immunization information and requirements for the United Kingdom.
Itinerary and Dates
- Trip Dates: May 15-24, 2017
Application & Scholarships
In order to apply for this Study Abroad program and for all Santa Fe College Study Abroad Scholarships please click in the button below and start your application. (Note that you will have to create an account. Do not try to log in with your Santa Fe credentials).
Heidi Lannon is an Associate Professor of Geography at Santa Fe College. She was raised in Northwest Europe and the Mediterranean, and is a citizen of Great Britain. Dr. Lannon graduated from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and participated in field work in Donegal and the Arran Islands in Ireland, and study abroad research in Brittany, France, and Malaga, Spain. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Masters in Coastal Management and Pubic Administration and a Ph. D. in Geography. She spent 20 years working in industry and government prior to joining the faculty at Santa Fe College in 2008. Dr. Lannon has taught Cultural, Physical and World Regional Geography and Introduction to Meteorology at Santa Fe College. She has co-led study abroad trips to Costa Rica, France, Italy, Ghana, and Ecuador.
Susan Miller has been in the English department at Santa Fe since 1987, and for the last nine years has been department chair. She spent the last year as president of the Association of Departments of English, an organization of college English department chairs from all levels of higher education and one of two standing sub-organizations of the Modern Language Association. She is a past president of the Florida College English Association. She has traveled extensively in both Ireland and England in the past. At Santa Fe, she has taught Honors classes in Detective Fiction and Victorian Literature, both of which connect to the course she will offer in conjunction with the study abroad trip.