Medieval England 2023 Study Abroad Info Session

Medieval England 2023 Study Abroad Info Session
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Interested in studying all aspects of the Middle Ages while residing in England for five weeks during second summer session 2023? You can earn six hours of 3000-level credit in a variety of disciplines (with an honors credit option). “Medieval England” is a U of A faculty-led study abroad program. Learn more about the program.

There will an information meeting with the program’s instructor, Distinguished Professor William A. Quinn, and some of the program’s former students in Old Main Room 206 starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27.

If you can’t make this meeting, no worries; contact Quinn directly if interested: wquinn@uark.edu.

You may also contact the Study Abroad Office at studyabr@uark.edu or 479-575-7582.

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