Seminars are scheduled each day from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Seminars are highly interactive. Attendees are expected to participate, lead discussions, give presentations and promote engagement.
Afternoons are generally seminar free so participants may view historical landmarks, visit university libraries and nearby campuses and prepare for the next dayís discussion. Participants are encouraged to use the evenings to follow-up on seminar topics, network and make friends with fellow students and faculty.
Some group events will occur in the afternoons and evenings. They are designed to encourage exploration, generate discussion and debate and promote networking. These range from punting on the Cam River to visits to museums and libraries.
Participants will have the option [highly encouraged] of participating in field study by visiting museums, historical attractions of note, libraries and galleries. Admission to some are free while others may have a small admission charge, usually reduced for university students with a university identification card.
In addition, the group will attend a musical performance in Londonís famous West End.
The Faculty will include academic and student affairs administrators on university campuses across the U.S.
Participants will stay in double, en suite rooms at the University of Cambridge and the University College London.
A full breakfast and lunch are provided each day, unless noted otherwise, within the residential facilities. Except for the opening and closing receptions, dinners are on your own.
Airfare to and from the United Kingdom is not included in the cost of the program. However, all transportation within the country is included. Participants will have an opportunity to experience the high quality and efficient public transport system.