Live in a private room at Cambridge University’s Gonville & Caius College, founded in the 1348 ~ Have your meals served in a gothic dining hall worthy of Harry Potter ~ Take two courses in British literature, writing or history, taught by British dons or UNH professors ~ Attend performances by the Globe Theatre Company in London and the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-on-Avon ~ Travel on excursions to Dover, Canterbury, Ely, and elsewhere in the United Kingdom ~ Go punting on the River Cam, perhaps all the way to the village of Grantchester, where Virginia Woolfe, Augustus Johns, E.M. Forster and other members of the Bloomsbury Group flouted societal norms a century ago ~ Explore the architecture, parks, bookstores, museums, and cultural offerings of Cambridge, an historic gem of a city. There are worse ways to spend a summer.
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Center for International Education, "UNH Study Abroad: Explore the culture and charm of England through the UNH Cambridge Program" (2009). UNH International Educator Newsletter. 66.