Spring Semester Course Dates: See Canvas
International Travel Dates: May 7 - 19, 2019
(Depart from U.S.A. - Depart from host country)
The majority of this program will be based in London, which boasts some of the best museums, most beautiful architecture, and most fascinating cultural sites in all of Europe. Students will also see the beautiful rolling countryside while visiting various livestock facilities that range in size, scope and species cared for. Heritage breeds are emphasized by several of the centers. Students will spend roughly one-third of their time visiting livestock facilities, one-third of their time visiting horse facilities, and one-third of their time experiencing cultural and historical sites and events.
There is an emphasis on niche markets (e.g. a sheep/dairy/cheese processing center). Students will also learn more about the various parts of the supply chain process from farm to table. Punting on the river, watching the horse races and seeing a Shakespearean theatre production at the Globe will be among the cultural activities students will get to experience.
- Visit sites such as the Wimpole Home Farm, National Stud Thoroughbred Center, and Royal Veterinary College!
- Take in a Shakespearean play at the Globe!
- Punt across the River Thames!
This program is open to undergraduate students who are CAFE majors.
For More Info, contact:
Dr. Camie Heleski, faculty member in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences at the University of Kentucky, email@example.com
Ben Vockery, Coordinator of Faculty-Directed Programming, firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Faculty-Directed programs are conducted by University of Kentucky faculty and staff. UK GPA credits and grades will be awarded by the program director for the successful and timely completion of all required program activities and assignments, including any required on-campus meetings before or after the program's international travel.
- Students will enroll in EQM 396/ASC 333: Exploring Livestock Systems in England (3 credit hours).
Housing & Meals
Students will reside in hotels for the duration of the program. Some meals may be provided, but students will be responsible for the cost of all other meals on their own.
Costs and cancellation policies vary by program. Please see the "Program Costs and Budget" information page. Be sure to consider the associated UK costs, program specifications, and related travel expenses.
This program runs in collaboration with the University of Kentucky and Arcadia University. Students will complete an application with UK Education Abroad (online, this website) and supplemental materials with Arcadia. The supplemental application materials are for administrative purposes and will be provided to all accepted students AFTER the UK application deadline.