New for Fall 2010, the London History and Literature Program allow students, through a combination of coursework and directed research, to read, write, and live London. It will also help students learn how to conduct advanced research projects and introduce them to the best modern scholarship in their fields—a unique opportunity for students considering advanced study in English or History.
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New for spring 2010, the Geneva Physics Program offers students classes at the University of Geneva and directed research at the CERN. Straddling the French/Swiss border just outside of Geneva, students will work with the world’s leading physicists to explore the universe on the level of its most basic constituent particles.
New for summer 2010, Boston University’s Syria Archaeological Field School will take place at the Bronze Age site of Tell es-Sweyhat in northern Syria. The program combines a six-week excavation with coursework in Mesopotamian Archaeology and Archaeological Field Methods.
The new Grenoble Science Program, offered only during the fall semester, is an ideal choice for pre-health and other science students. This unique program combines science coursework with French language study at all levels, in a beautiful alpine setting. The design of the program allows students to take courses that fit neatly into their existing curricula and requirements.