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IU SPEA in
London 2011
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INTRODUCTION
VENUE
DETAILS
COURSES
Q&A
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Summer
2011 is the
second year
for the SPEA
London
overseas
study
program
The program
runs for four
weeks from
July 3 – July
29, 2011
Photo : Class of 2009
IU SPEA
in London
Venue
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LONDON
AND
KING’S COLLEGE
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London
is in
England…
…no surprise
there, but did
you know?
Great Britain =
England, Wales, and
Scotland
United Kingdom =
Great Britain and
Northern Ireland
British Isles =
United Kingdom and
Ireland
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London
facts
Capital of the United
Kingdom
Londinium founded by
Romans in A.D. 43
Largest metropolitan area in
the European Union with
population 12-14 million
Temperate weather with
average July high 73В° vs.
86В°in Bloomington. Rain in
London 1.51 inches vs. 4.32
inches in Bloomington
Ethnically diverse city with
over 300 languages spoken
Information and photos from – where else?
– Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London ,
weather stats from Weather.com
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There’s no
better place to
enjoy life than
London!
History
Shopping
Architecture
Theatre
Museums
Pub Crawls
Gardens
The Tube
Markets
Restaurants
Sports
…and world class
people watching!
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King’s
College
London
King’s College is
located on both
sides of the
Thames River
There are five main
campuses
The SPEA London
program is on the
Guy’s Campus
south of the
Thames and in the
heart of London
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On the south bank of
the Thames in Central
London in zone one
5 minute walk from
classroom
Across the street from
London Bridge tube
station
Increasingly
fashionable area with
excellent shopping,
restaurants, and pubs
Near the Tower
Bridge, Tower of
London, Burrough
Market, Hay’s
Galleria, Tate
Modern, and
Shakespeare’s Globe
Theatre
Guy’s Campus
Details
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COST AND SCHOLARSHIPS
ADMISSION
ACCOMMODATIONS
EXCURSIONS
TRAVEL
Costs
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$3,500 UNDERGRADUATE INDIANA RESIDENTS
$5,000 UNDERGRADUATE NON-RESIDENTS
$4,000 GRADUATE INDIANA RESIDENTS
$6,000 GRADUATE NON-RESIDENTS
INCLUDES TUITION, BOOKS, LODGING, MEDICAL
INSURANCE, AND THREE EXCURSIONS
DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRFARE ESTIMATED AT $1,000,
AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORTATION IN LONDON,
MOST MEALS, PERSONAL EXPENSES, OR ADDITIONAL
TRAVEL
$2,000 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ELIGIBLE SPEA
STUDENTS
Scholarships
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$2,000 SPEA SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO ELIGIBLE SPEA
UNDERGRADUATES WITH GPA 3.00 OR ABOVE AND GRADUATE
STUDENTS IN GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING
SCHOLARSHIP FORMS AVAILABLE IN SPEA 201 OR ONLINE AT
HTTP://WWW.INDIANA.EDU/~SPEA/SPEA_ABROAD/SPEA_SCHOLARSHIP
_APPLICATION_OCTOBER%2023%202009.PDF
HUTTON HONORS COLLEGE OVERSEAS STUDY GRANTS AVAILABLE TO
ELIGIBLE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON OVERSEAS STUDY SCHOLARSHIPS AND
FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE:
IUB - HTTP://WWW.INDIANA.EDU/~OVERSEAS/FIRST/FINANCIALAID/INDEX.SHTML
IUPUI - HTTP://ABROAD.IUPUI.EDU/AID/
IUB Undergrad SPEA Students
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Indiana Residents
Nonresidents
Estimated Costs
Estimated Costs
Program & airfare
$4,500
Less SPEA scholarship -2,000
TOTAL Cost
$2,500
Program & airfare
$6,000
Less SPEA scholarship -2,000
TOTAL Cost
$4,000
Summer tuition IUB
$1,525
Estimated fees & books +400
TOTAL Cost*
Summer tuition IUB
$5,025
Estimated fees & books +400
TOTAL Cost*
$1,925
Net Cost
*Not including living expenses in
Indiana, such as rent
$575
Net Savings
$5,425
($1,425)
*Not including living expenses in
Indiana, such as rent
IUPUI Undergrad SPEA Students
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Indiana Residents
Nonresidents
Estimated Costs
Estimated Costs
Program & airfare
$4,500
Less SPEA scholarship -2,000
TOTAL Cost
$2,500
Program & airfare
$6,000
Less SPEA scholarship -2,000
TOTAL Cost
$4,000
Summer tuition IUB
$1,450
Estimated fees & books +400
TOTAL Cost*
$1,850
Summer tuition IUB
$4,750
Estimated fees & books +400
TOTAL Cost*
Net Cost
Net Savings
*Not including living expenses in
Indiana, such as rent
$650
$5,150
($1,150)
*Not including living expenses in
Indiana, such as rent
Admission
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APPROXIMATELY 75 STUDENTS ADMITTED FROM IUB AND
IUPUI, 20-30 STUDENTS IN EACH COURSE SECTION
UNDERGRADUATE: PREFERENCE GIVEN TO STUDENTS WITH
3.00 OR ABOVE GPA; STUDENTS WITH 2.75 OR ABOVE MAY
APPLY
GRADUATE: STUDENTS MAY APPLY IF IN GOOD ACADEMIC
STANDING OR ADMITTED FOR FALL 2011
STUDENTS FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO
APPLY, WITH PREFERENCE GIVEN TO ADMITTED SPEA
STUDENTS
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE ONLINE 1/4/2011–2/14/2011
HTTP://WWW.INDIANA.EDU/~OVERSEAS/APPLY/INDEX.SHTML
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Great Dover
Street
Apartments
5 minute walk to
classroom
Private rooms with
full bath
Full kitchen on each
floor
Mini-fridge in room
Bed linens and towels
provided
Cleaning service
24/7 security desk
Recreational facilities
available
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Excursions
Hop-on hop-off tour of
London, including
walking tours and
Thames River boat
tour
Flight on the London
Eye observation wheel
and visit to the Tower
of London
Bus trip with
professional guide to
the ancient city of
Bath, Windsor Castle,
and Stonehenge , with
a traditional pub lunch
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Travel
There are many
opportunities for
travel, both before
and after the program
and on weekends
during the program
Travel in the British
Isles by train or air –
England, Scotland,
Ireland, Northern
Island, Wales
Take the Eurostar to
Paris or Brussels
Book inexpensive
flights to many
European cities
Courses
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THREE COURSE
OFFERINGS
SPEA-V 450/V 550
6 CREDIT HOURS
It’s Your Choice
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CHOOSE ONE OF THREE DIFFERENT COURSE TOPICS:
1.
MANAGING HAZARDS IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES I AND II
2. REGULATORY REFORM IN THE US AND EU I AND II
3. NATION BUILDING I AND II
EACH COURSE TOPIC OFFERS SIX CREDIT HOURS OF V450/V550 CREDIT
(TWO, 3 CREDIT HOUR COURSES)
EACH COURSE WILL ADMIT 20-30 STUDENTS
EACH STUDENT CAN CHOOSE ONLY ONE COURSE TOPIC
CLASSES: MONDAY–FRIDAY MORNING 10:00-11:30, MONDAY–THURSDAY
AFTERNOONS 1:00-2:30, NO CLASS ON FRIDAY AFTERNOONS,
EXCURSIONS ON FIRST THREE WEDNESDAYS
Managing Hazards
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MANAGING HAZARDS IN EUROPE AND THE
UNITED STATES I AND II
FACULTY: JOHN GRAHAM, RAGNAR LOFSTEDT,
AND SWETA CHAKRABORTY
COMPARISON OF HOW THE UNITED STATES AND
EUROPE COPE WITH KNOWN OR POTENTIAL
HAZARDS TO HUMAN HEALTH, SAFETY AND THE
ENVIRONMENT.
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Sweta Chakraborty,
King’s College, is a 3rd year
PhD student at the King’s
Centre for Risk Management.
She is interested in
pharmaceutical and public
health issues.
Ragnar Lofstedt,
King’s College, is Professor of
Risk Management and
Director of the King’s Centre
for Risk Management, where
he teaches and conducts
research on risk
communication and
management.
John Graham, Indiana
University SPEA, has been
Dean since 2008. Dean
Graham is an expert in
government reform, energy
and the environment, and the
future of the automobile in
developing and developed
countries.
Managing Hazards
Regulatory Reform
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REGULATORY REFORM IN THE US AND EU I AND
II
FACULTY: JOHN GRAHAM, RAGNAR LOFSTEDT,
JOHN MORRALL, JUSTIN ROSS
EXAMINE HOW AND WHY SPECIFIC REGULATIONS
WERE DEVELOPED, AND HOW WELL THEY
PERFORMED IN MEETING THE SOCIAL
OBJECTIVES OF EFFICIENCY AND FAIRNESS.
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John Morrall, George
Mason University, affiliated
senior scholar at the Mercatus
Center and an independent
consultant specializing in
regulatory impact analysis,
benefit-cost analysis, and
regulatory reform and
oversight.
Justin Ross, Indiana
University SPEA, specializes
in public economics,
urban/regional economics,
spatial econometrics, applied
microeconomics, quantile
regressions, public finance,
political economy, and game
theory.
See page 20 for
photographs and
descriptions of
Ragnar Lofstedt and
John Graham
Regulatory Reform
Nation Building
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NATION BUILDING I AND II
FACULTY: JOHN GRAHAM, LAURA KELLY, AND
JENNIFER BRASS
FOUNDATIONAL THEORY OF STATE BUILDING,
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NATION AND A
STATE, THE ROLES A STATE PLAYS, AND RECENT
ATTEMPTS AT STATE BUILDING.
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Laura Kelly, European
Policy Director at ONE, leads
development of European
policy agenda, including trade
and investment, innovative
finance, and climate change.
Extensive development policy
experience in government,
non-government and
academic sectors.
Jennifer Brass,
Indiana University SPEA,
specializes in African politics,
NGOs, international
development, comparative
public administration,
governance, civil society, and
political economy of
development.
See page 20 for
photographs and
descriptions of
John Graham
Nation Building
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General questions:
SPEA IUB study abroad
www.spea-abroad.info
SPEA IUB study abroad
office room 201
Advising questions:
SPEA IUB undergrad
office room 240 or
speaugrad@indiana.edu
SPEA IUB graduate office
room 260 or
speainfo@indiana.edu
SPEA IUPUI undergrad
office room 3027 or
infospea@iupui.edu
SPEA IUPUI graduate
office room 3027 or
speaga@iupui.edu
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