Quincy University's London Experience hosted eight students who traveled to London in January to study for 10 days. The students were accompanied by assistant professor of history Dr. Megan Boccardi, adjunct lecturer Judge Mark Schuering (Ret.), and Adams County Assistant State's Attorney Josh Jones. The trip was managed by London's Regents College.
The program allows students a chance to experience London's art, history and culture. Students visited Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral, Norman Castle, and the Inns of the Court. The group walked or used the London Underground for every trip. The next QU trip to London will be in 2014.
Quincy University offers several study abroad programs throughout the year, including the London Experience, Assisi Experience, Loyola University Rome Center, as well as other programs arranged by the College Consortium for International Studies. To learn more about the study abroad programs, log on to www.Quincy.edu or contact QU's coordinator of career services Kristen Liesen at 217-228-5432 ext. 3355.