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Emmanuel College has partnered with API Study Abroad to offer an exciting program to Leeds, England.

This program is open to students of all majors during the Fall semester of their sophomore year.

Leeds is the perfect place for an inspiring city break; a vibrant, modern city with a rich industrial past and close to the natural beauty of the Yorkshire Dales. The unofficial capital of Yorkshire, Leeds is located in the heart of the United Kingdom. Whether you're looking for culture, history, shopping or just to wander and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, there's much to experience in Leeds. Home to world-class theatres, music and dance, award-winning restaurants, attractions and breathtaking architecture, international sporting events, carnivals and festivals, there's always something to enjoy and experience. Learn more about this city on https://www.visitleeds.co.uk/.

 

Who Is Eligible
Students must be a sophomore during the applicable Fall semester


Cost
Program Fee: $19,722; The program fee includes: tuition, housing, insurance, on-site support staff, volunteer opportunities, orientation, airport reception, group airfare, additional weekend and an additional afternoon excursion, pre-departure and re-entry dinners, and the grades included on the Emmanuel transcript.  


Accommodations
Students will live in University of Leeds student accommodation. Each student will be placed in a single room, typically within a co-ed flat or on a co-ed floor, with approximately five other students. Students are placed with British flatmates and apartments usually include a common eat-in kitchen, as well as a shared bathroom. Housing is located about a 25 minute bus ride and about a 35 to 45 minute walk to campus.   
 

Academic Program
The program is open to all majors and students may choose from a wide variety of course offerings at Leeds.
 

Financial Aid
Students may use federal and state financial aid on this program and will pay Emmanuel College directly. The program fee will be paid to Emmanuel College and will include: tuition, housing, insurance, on-site support staff, volunteer opportunities, orientation, airport reception, group airfare, additional weekend and an additional afternoon excursion, pre-departure and re-entry dinners, and grades included on the Emmanuel transcript. The group flight, additional excursions, and pre-departure and re-entry dinners are unique to the Emmanuel cohort of students studying at the University of Leeds.