Faculty-led Travel Opportunity | 2018
Students traveled to London to explore the world of perhaps the greatest playwright who ever lived! The semester-long course focused on Shakespeare's plays and his world.
In Stratford-Upon-Avon, students took a course at the renowned Shakespeare Institute, with access to guest lecturers, behind-the-scenes presentations of plays by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and rare manuscripts not normally available for public viewing. Another stop included watching a play performance at the famous Globe Theatre in London and a visit to the historic Tower of London. Then the group headed north, to Leicester, to see the burial site of the famous – or perhaps, infamous – King Richard III.
Faculty-led Travel Opportunity | 2012
England was Northeast's first destination for study abroad, as 17 students spent two weeks exploring the country in May 2012. Since then, Northeast students, particularly those in the applied technology programs, have visited England as well as welcomed English students to Northeast through a partner program with North Lindsey College in Scunthorpe, England.