Upcoming programs in United Kingdom

Positron Emission Tomography (PET): Technology and Application

King's College London

The principal objectives of this programme are to review the basic principles of PET imaging and to convey an understanding of the modern application of PET technology. Imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET)... read more

Introduction to Fashion Design

University of the Arts London

Our Study Abroad 'Introduction to Fashion Design: Summer School' programme you will benefit from our central London location, right at the heart of the British fashion industry and will benefit from our expertise, which makes us one of the foremost centres of fashion education. We offer a unique and... read more

Japan Orientation

University of East Anglia

The significance of Japan today is based upon a fascinating past which informs the present in a multitude of ways. Japan is at the forefront of issues challenging human society in the 21st century, from demographics to sustainable development, and the impact of new technologies and advances in... read more

Artistic Rebellion in London and Paris

Queen Mary University of London

This course offers you an introduction to the history of modernist and avant-garde art in Paris, and its impact upon cultural production in London. The course investigates how artists in both places responded to the political, social and technological transformations that took place in European soci... read more

London & Film

King's College London

This course is intended to introduce students to some significant debates within British film studies through a focus on three key areas underpinning the varied representation of London on film: landmark London as a cinematic city, the divergent spaces of London, and capital’s relationship to film g... read more

Building Britain, 1700-1840: Industrial ‘Revolution’ or ‘Evolution’?

University of Leeds

In the short span between the accession of George III (1760) and the death of his son William IV (1837) the face of England changed dramatically. Roads, railways, rivers and canals sprung up across the land and country hamlets became populous towns. Factories replaced farms and chimney stacks dwarfe... read more