When are the deadlines to apply for this program?

Summer applications are due on March 15th.

About the School

How many native and international students attend this school?

This program is specifically for BCA students, where we treat two fascinating English cities as your primary classroom. A US faculty member will teach class to a small group of students on-site at historically significant locations around Exeter and London.

What are the class sizes?

You will learn alongside all other BCA students in the program.

What is the teaching and assessment style abroad?

BCA’s course is designed to be taught on-site, through tours, and through interactions with local professionals in historically relevant fields related to our studies.

What are some student life activities available on campus?

While there is not necessarily a campus for students, BCA arranges excursions for students to become immersed in these two wonderful cities.

Living Situations

What are accommodations like? Who will I be living with?

With the other BCA students, you will live in hostels in prime locations in London and Exeter. The hostel in Exeter provides a kitchen whereas most students grab food at restaurants or local markets during their 5-day stay in London. Read more about accommodations here.

Further Information

Are internships available?

BCA does not set up internships during the summer, but there are internship opportunities in a number of our semester programs.


Is Internet/Wi-Fi available?

Students will be provided with Internet access at both hostels and in many locations throughout the cities.