Study Abroad in England

A Tale of Two Cities

May 29-June 8, 2016

Regent University’s College of Arts and Sciences is delighted to offer a Study Abroad Trip to London, England; Paris, France; and other locales important to Western literature and culture. Students will visit historic sites and enjoy guided, educational tours of important cathedrals, colleges, and historical landmarks, including…

  • St. Paul’s Cathedral                 
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Changing of the Guard Court
  • Kensington Palace
  • Oxford University
  • The Kilns, C.S. Lewis home   
  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Tower of London
  • The Eiffel Tower
  • The Louvre
  • Versailles
  • Notre Dame Cathedral

The trip is available to all on-campus and online students.

In conjunction with the trip, these courses will be offered in summer session E 2016.

Registration Deadline: April 11, 2016

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Flight Arrangements:

Because this trip is available to online students who live in various parts of the country, air travel is not included in the trip costs. Participants who need help identifying the best flight options can email the trip supervisor for such advice. Participants will be asked to meet in London at a designated time and place on Sunday, May 29, 2016. Detailed information forthcoming.

London Travel:

London tube passes will be given out upon arrival for ordinary subway travel around town. Travel from London to other planned venues will likewise be provided via private van, train, or tube. The same will apply to travel in and around Paris.

Cost: $1750 w/o credits

  • Emergency Medical Travel Insurance
  • Lodging
  • All breakfasts
  • London tube/Paris Metro passes
  • Travel to designated sites
  • Globe theater tickets
  • Professional Tours and Entry at all designated sites
  • One group dinner
  • Tube stipend to/from airport

Above stated price does NOT include:

  • Airfare to and from London
  • Course credit costs which will vary per participant
  • Lunches and dinners

Audit Information

**For any traveler who is not taking the study abroad course for credit, there will be a $150.00 class audit fee applied to their total travel cost.

Passport Information:

Valid Passports are required for travel in England and France. Proof of a valid passport must be provided by April 11, 2016.

Health Advisory & Special Accommodations:

 All international programs can be rigorous, and some of the events may require reasonably demanding physical activities; therefore, participants should possess the ability to

  1. Walk one mile without rest
  2. Stand for 30 minutes without sitting
  3. Climb three flights of stairs without assistance
  4. Hear group instructions
  5. Read and understand written instructions and signs
  6. Step in and out of busses or shuttles

Regent University may be unable to provide special accommodations for people with disabilities. If someone needs accommodation or assistance, that person must bring a companion/assistant at full price. Also, those who have a health or mental condition that may interfere with participation in program activities, need to consult with their physician to determine if they are able to participate in a physically demanding study abroad program.  If a potential participant has any questions, they should contact Carolyn Hughes at 757-352-4867 or by email at


An immediate deposit of $250 per person is required to ensures a place on the trip. This deposit is non-refundable.

Cancellation & Refund Policies:

$250 registration deposit is non-refundable. All other payments will be refunded in full if cancellation occurs on or before April 11, 2016. Partial refunds may be granted after the April 11 deadline if alternate participants can be registered and processed.

Trip Cancelation

Regent University may cancel any study abroad/tour for events beyond its control, including but not limited to instability in a destination country, acts of God, war (whether declared or undeclared), Terrorist activities, incidents of violence, public health issues or quarantine, substantial currency fluctuations, strikes, government restrictions, fire or severe weather conditions that make it impossible or commercially unreasonable in the opinion of Regent University to conduct the tour. If Regent University cancels the tour for any such reason, travelers will NOT receive a refund for monies paid. Therefore it is strongly recommended that personal Trip Cancelation insurance be purchased at the travelers own expense. 
Cancellation by Regent University for causes described in this section shall not be a violation of its obligations to any traveler.

We encourage all study abroad/tour travelers to protect themselves with the “Cancel For Any Reason Insurance” plan. The plan provides comprehensive protection for travelers should something unexpected happen during or prior to the tour. Regent University has partnered with RoamRight if you choose to purchase this addition insurance.

What does Cancelation Insurance include?

  • Flight delay insurance
  • 24-hour emergency assistance
  • Baggage and property insurance
  • Tour cancellation and interruption insurance

Other Important Details

  • In case of an emergency and the leader Dr.  Peter Fraser is unable to continue with the field study, he will have a designated assistant to take over and complete the tour.
  • All American citizens are advised to register their time abroad for the trip with the U.S. State Department.
  • All details are subject to change. Please refer to this page regularly for up-to-date information as details are finalized and posted.

Minimum and Maximum Number of Participants:

Note that the minimum number of study trip participants is 12 and the maximum number is 40. The trip will be cancelled should the number of registrations not reach the minimum by the end of the day, April 11. All registrations will be processed on a first come first served basis. In case of trip cancellation, all payments will be refunded at 100%.


Should you have any questions, please contact Dr. Peter Fraser at