MCC Britain Study Abroad is a social network
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
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This is my new favorite place, Scotland. When we were on the train to Scotland I tried to think about what I was expecting. Going to London and Paris I felt like I knew exactly what I was getting myself into. I hadn't put that much research into Scotland. It had never been on my bucket list of places to visit.…Continue
The moment we got off the train in Edinburgh I knew I was in love with this city. You have such a mixture of city, history and nature with parks and gardens, but I knew that there was talk of going to Arthur's Seat, which I was told, was a like bit of a hike. We set off down the Royal Mile in search of this little park. As we reached the outskirts of the park, you saw this massive hill sticking out of the beautiful green Scottish soil. It did not look easy, and little did I know what I could…Continue
Today, I went to the Nottingham Castle. It was a beautiful sight that included both outdoor gardens and an indoor museum. Parts of the garden can be seen from the entrance gate, while others are well hidden behind a 30 foot wall. From inside said walls, one is able to climb up some stairs and view much of the city of Nottingham. It was beautiful! Once I went inside, I found a museum telling of the life of Robin Hood and the original state of the castle as well as an art display.…Continue
This is Haymish. Haymish is a hihgland cow that lives in northern Scotland. Haymish is currently the oldest, and potentially most photographed, highland co in Scotland. He is 21 years old and is still strong and healthy.
Unfortunately, several years ago, there was an outbreak of a deadly and contagious…