St Mary's University Twickenham, London, England

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UW-Platteville Education Abroad has been helping students from across the United States study at St Mary's University Twickenham, London (St Mary's) since 1998.  Since then, students from more than 130 universities nationwide have chosen to study abroad in London, England through UW-Platteville Education Abroad.  Today, students can study at St Mary's for:

  • an academic year
  • a fall semester
  • a spring semester
  • a calendar year
  • a summer
Founded in 1850, St Mary’s is the only Catholic university in London and the largest in the UK. The Catholic ethos of St Mary's provides students with a values-based education that is open to all, and where all students and staff are respected and valued.With a total enrollment of about 6,000 students, international students from around the world account for nearly 10 percent of the student population, bringing a unique international perspective to St Mary’s.  Areas of study include:
  • Business, Economics, and Management: Business Management, Law/Business Law
  • Education: Education and Social Scince, Physical and Sport Education
  • Communications: Film and Screen Media, Media Arts
  • Health and Sport Science: Health and Exercise Science, Nutrition, Sport Science, Sports Coaching Science/Sport Rehabilitation/Strength and Conditioning Science
  • Literature: Creative and Professional Writing, English
  • Science: Geography, Physics
  • Service Learning and Internships: Work Place Learning
  • Social Sciences: Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Theology and Religious Studies
  • Tourism: Tourism
  • Visual and Performing Arts: Applied Theatre, Physical Theatre, Theatre Arts

2016 Summer London Program Areas of Study:

Business Leadership (3 Credits)

This course will introduce students to elements of leadership through exploring the models exercised by a variety of historical and contemporary leaders. Students will study a variety of leadership principles and their use in leading contemporary businesses and organisations.
Organisational leadership will be explored in relation to communications issues, strategic leadership and inspirational leadership. A variety of leadership concepts will be explored including: legitimate authority, expert knowledge, power, social responsibility, charisma and influence.

International Criminal Law (3 Credits)

The United Kingdom has been at the forefront of improving cooperation against cross-border crime and ending impunity for international crimes.London is a centre of expertise in this field of law with practitioners and resources based in the city. This course will introduce students to the nature of crimes with an international or transnational dimension and the problems that these offences pose for law enforcement bodies; trace the development of international criminal law; examine and assess the development and operation of international co-operation between states in the investigation, prosecution and punishment of crime; consider the creation of international jurisdiction over crimes and the extent of individual criminal liability under international law; study and appraise the ongoing legal response to transnational and international crimes.

Screening London: Filming the Capital (3 Credits)

This course will consider representations of the capital in film, focusing on key themes. We will start with some theoretical frameworks for conceiving of the city, in terms of cultural geography and modernity. Then we will case study representations of London, as musical city; as city of crime and the underworld; as dystopian city; and in relation to social realism.This course will allow participants to formulate their own vision of London from a visitor's perspective, in a five-minute documentary. The course will begin with a day in the field exploring some of London's hidden gems and will then take students through all the steps of the filmmaking process, from initial planning, storyboarding and scripting, through to shooting and editing.

Each student will shoot in a team and produce an individual edit. The course will then culminate with a screening of all the completed films.
The beautiful St Mary's campus is situated on the grounds of the historic Strawberry Hill House making it a welcoming community for students. At St Mary's students get the best of both worlds with our beautiful green space close to the hustle and bustle of Central London only 25 minutes away by train. At the same time students have all the advantages of the restaurants, cafes, pubs, and malls of nearby Kingston and Teddington.
 
To learn more about St Mary's, visit their website: stmarys.ac.uk/.
 
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