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Dive into London (2 days, 1 night)

Students will enjoy a weekend trip to London, the nation's capital and one of the most fascinating destinations in the world. They are free to explore the city on their own, or join organised visits around the city. Highlights can include walking tours of central London, taking in such sights as Buckingham Palace, Parliament, and the London Eye, visiting some of the many museums and galleries, and of course, shopping. During the weekend all students will visit the Globe Theatre to watch an open-air production of one of Shakespeare's plays.

Edinburgh and the Highlands of Scotland for 5 days

One of the highlights of the programme is a five-day excursion to Edinburgh. On the journey to Edinburgh students will visit the town of Richmond, a hidden gem of Georgian architectural splendour with an incredible castle.

On the return journey visit Fountains Abbey, the most impressive former monastic site in Britain. In Scotland itself, students enjoy an action-packed three days. Organised options include a 'Saints and Sinners' walking tour of Edinburgh, hiking in the beautiful Trossachs, known as the 'Highlands in Miniature,' walking up Arthur's Seat, a hill offering splendid view of the city, and visiting Rossllyn Chapel, an ancient church featured in the film, The Da Vinci Code. Further visits around the city are arranged, taking in the castle, royal palace, parliament, museums, and galleries. Students are also free to explore Edinburgh on their own.

Session II students will visit the amazing Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, the largest arts festival in the world!

A Visit to Shakespeare’s Stratford

Students taking Shakespeare on Film in Session I or “The Play’s the Thing”: Staging Shakespeare in Session II will visit Stratford-upon-Avon to see a play at the world- famous Royal Shakespeare Company theatre. Some places will also be made available to other interested students. Students taking Secret Intelligence: 100 Years of Spooks and Spies will tour the Ameri-can Military Cemetery at Madingley and visit Bletchley Park to discover how the Enigma code was broken during World War II. Some places will also be made available to other interested students.