Global City Break: London
London City Break
We anticipate offering a London City travel experience in March 2022. Check back in Fall 2021 for details.
- Take BUS 2000: Foundations for International Programs LONDON during the first half of Spring Semester (1 credit)
- Travel to London over Spring Break
Since the Middle Ages, London has been an important trade and business hub. This rich and long reality remains current and vibrant even today and despite global challenges and navigating new trade treaties following Brexit, business and finance continue to define this exciting city.
The London program provided amazing opportunities for networking, learning about global business, and exposure to culture.Skyler Bowthorpe
- Develop global awareness through visits to businesses, government offices, or international organizations.
- Learn about specific companies, including a deep dive into the organizational mission, strategies, business practices, and product lines.
- Gain insight into opportunities in the global marketplace and learn how organizational leaders keep their organization competitive in a constantly changing environment.
- Challenge students to think more broadly about how they will add value in the organizations where they will work.
- Good academic standing
- Minimum GPA of 2.75
- Submission of a complete application
- Interview with program leader (to be scheduled once application is submitted)
- Mandatory enrollment in BUS 2000: Foundations for International Programs LONDON during the first half of Spring Semester (1 credit)
- Ability to walk up to 30-45 minutes, including on uneven pavement such as cobblestones. In some cases, elevators or escalators may not be available in buildings. If accommodation is needed, contact the USU Disability Resource Center (https://www.usu.edu/drc/).
Students can apply for an Opportunity Scholarship, which will help cover some of the program cost. Amount TBD.
The Opportunity Scholarship application is currently closed. Contact Liz Allred at email@example.com for more information.
FYI: Filling out a FAFSA application is not required to qualify for an Opportunity Scholarship for a global learning experience.
What do the program costs cover?
- What is included: Program cost includes the program deposit of $200 and the following travel arrangements: in-country program transportation (daily travel card for bus and underground, train or coach), shared twin or triple hotel room with daily breakfast, program visits, some cultural experiences, medical/evacuation insurance, tips, portages, taxes, program field guide, and administrative costs.
- What is not included: The following expenses are not included in the program cost and are the responsibility of each participant: roundtrip airfare, transportation to/from the SLC airport, cost of passport and any required visas, immunizations, lunch and dinner during the travel period, and any personal expenses such as laundry, internet, souvenirs, museums, etc.
If students require assistance purchasing their round trip ticket, please contact Liz Allred, Program Director for Global Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by her office in EBB 309.
Due to COVID-19, applications for the London City Break Program are currently closed.
Please contact Liz Allred or Ginger Gonzalez at email@example.com with any questions.
- Students will share a twin room although in some rare exception may have to share a triple room.
US citizens do not need a visa to enter the United Kingdom. International student requirements vary and may require travel to Salt Lake City to obtain a visa prior to departure. All costs associated with obtaining a visa are the responsibility of the student.
The Office of Global Learning will assist all students in obtaining required visas.