MCC Britain Study Abroad

Mesa Community College's Study Abroad program in Nottingham, England

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27 June - 29 July 2014

Students will headquarter in Nottingham and have opportunity to learn from and interact with international students and British citizens while engaging in classes and taking excursions to nearby locations such as: Paris, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Bath, London, Newstead Abbey, Chatsworth, and Whitby. Students will immerse themselves in all aspects of British culture while visiting museums, historical sites, castles, stately homes, cathedrals, theatres, literary sites, and the countryside. For more information, contact:
Dr. Mary Aldridge
Program Director
mary.aldridge@mesacc.edu

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Fun times at the beach!

Posted by Breanna Fox on July 28, 2014 at 5:07pm 0 Comments

Yes this really happened, and it was a blast! We were just walking down the boardwalk at the beach and came across this. We thought we were going to be too big at first but when the lady told us we could do it and that it was only 3 pounds we were all for it. I can't remember…

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Arthur's Seat

Posted by Alexis Faye Pluhar on July 28, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

Reaching the top of Arthur’s seat was a challenge, but at the same time, remarkably inspirational. During the hike up to Arthur’s seat, I came around one corner to find out I was far from reaching the top. I immediately felt exhausted and considered…

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Chatsworth Maze

Posted by Julie Demetros on July 28, 2014 at 11:48am 0 Comments

This is a picture of the large maze on the grounds of Chatsworth, from the stone pedestal at its center. Since I had heard there was a maze, I was determined to make my way to the center somehow. I did not care how long it took, unlike Hannah and my parents who were with me at the time. After about an…

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Twisted Spire

Posted by Georgia Avaritt on July 27, 2014 at 9:41am 2 Comments

When we were on the coach to Chatsworth we had to drive through Chesterfield and that’s when we got to see the Church of Saint Mary and All Saints. Just seeing the twisted spire of the church while driving through Chesterfield was enough to be captivated by the spire. I have heard the legend of the devil landing on the spire and that is how it became twisted but I have also heard the real reason, the wood wasn’t treated and the wood warped. Regardless of the reason for the twisted spire it…

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