Many majors who study abroad do so through the Advanced Studies in England program, an international study program in Bath with which UMW is
affiliated. ASE offers courses of study in both the Fall and Spring semesters or a five-week summer program.
Dr. Eric Lorentzen offers
DETECTIVE AND SENSATION FICTION
INTEREST MEETING AND TEA! Wednesday, October 5. 4:00 in Combs 349.
Professor Lorentzen will havebrochures, websites, step by step instructions, and biscuits on hand, as well as all the information you need to get signed up for the trip.
Click here to go directly to the ASE web site.
Professors Antonio Barrenechea, Mara Scanlon, Warren Rochelle, Chris Foss, and Teresa Kennedy have taken groups of students to ASE’s summer program, and are happy to talk to students about ASE.
More information about studying abroad is available from the Center for International Education.