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Changes to Spring Academic Calendar Fordham is modifying its academic calendar in anticipation of a national resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic this winter. Full Details

Virtual Global Learning

Bath, UK, Study Abroad

Explore the world virtually from Fordham!

Courses taught by Fordham's European faculty

Undergraduate students have the opportunity to engage with British, Spanish, and European culture by taking online courses taught by Fordham's faculty in Europe in the Spring 2021 semester:

Please click on the course title for a course description, Banner attributes, and pre-requisite information as not all courses are available to all students. You may register for courses listed here and courses taught by NY faculty; tuition for taking these courses is included in full-time tuition (up to 18 credits). Students who had applied to study abroad for the Spring 2021 semester have priority registration for these courses by indicating interest in registering for one or more of these courses in the electronic form you received from the ISAP Office. We will contact you with registration instructions. All other students may register for these courses when online registration for NY-taught courses opens in November.

All times listed are in the Eastern Standard Time (EST) zone.

CRN Title Credits Professor Country Meeting Days Meeting Time

Section1: 33853

Section 2: 45129

SPAN 4520: Spain in Context 4 Rafael Lamas Spain TF

Section 1: 10-11:15am EST

Section 2: 11:30-12:45pm EST

45130 ISAP 1500: Britain Today 1 Various UK T 2:30-3:45pm EST
TBA ISAP 4800: London Internship Seminar 1 Jackie Jung UK T 11:30-12:45pm EST
33843 POSC 3621: European Politics 4 Tim Schaitberger EU MR 2:30-3:45pm EST
33834 HIST 3620: 20th Century Europe 4 Dahlia Bond EU MR 11:30-12:45pm EST
37395

ARHI 2534: The Victorian City

*open only to Gabelli students

4 Geoff Snell UK TF 11:30-12:45pm EST
33820

ARHI 3480: Art and Architecture in London

*open only to Gabelli students

4 Geoff Snell UK TF 8:30-9:45am EST
33825 ENGL 2000: Texts and Contexts 3

Karina Jakubowicz

UK W 8:30-11:15am EST
33832

ENGL 3206: Shakespeare 

4

Varsha Panjwani

UK MR 10:00-11:15am EST
36603

ENGL 4015: London Modernisms

4 Lloyd Houston UK TF 8:30-9:45am EST
33796 MKBU 3458: Global Sustainability Marketing 3 Ergem Senyuva Tohumcu UK TF 10:00-11:15am EST
33792 FNBU 4450: Global Investments 3   UK MR 10:00-11:15am EST
33788 BLBU 3443: Ethics in Business 3 Jackie Jung UK MR 11:30-12:45pm EST
33787 BLBU 2234: Legal Framework of Business 3 Denis Carey UK TF 8:30-9:45am EST

Click here to learn more and hear from the professors teaching some of the  courses listed above.

IALC 2420: Intro to Global Citizenship 

This unique course is designed to help students build intercultural competencies as members of the global community through research, discussion, and group projects. Models will be drawn from the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and the Ignatian Perspective on Global Citizenship. Special emphasis is on deepening the awareness of their place and responsibilities, both locally and globally, and working with others toward the goals of a sustainable earth and just society. The course is open to students from Fordham University and exchange students from our partner universities around the world in order to foster cross-cultural dialogue.

CRN: 44721 Mondays & Wednesdays 11:30AM - 12:45PM

London Business Speaker Series

This speaker series focuses on business with a purpose and highlights the Fordham University London Centre strategic relationships and partnerships with the local business community. It aims to highlight these relationships and present future opportunities for students when they can study abroad in London. Students who participate and attend four sessions will receive a certificate.

Virtual Global Internship Program

Fordham in London Virtual Internship Program