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* Marketing at Harlaxton College in England
Harlaxton, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
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Budget Sheets Summer
CSU Deadlines / Program Dates:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 12/01/2017 ** Rolling Admission 05/20/2018 06/10/2018
Early Application Deadline: December 1; Final Application Deadline: February 15
Participants will depart the U.S. on May 19 to arrive in England on May 20. Online course work will take place 2 weeks prior to departure.

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students applying to CSU-sponsored programs will be notified of decision within two weeks of application submission. Students applying to non-CSU sponsored programs need to contact their program provider for decision dates.
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Aimee Jones Program Type: CSU Short Term Program
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Marketing at Harlaxton College 
in Harlaxton, England

Harlaxton Manor in EnglandHarlaxton ManorHarlaxton Grounds

Students have the unique opportunity to live and learn for three weeks at beautiful Harlaxton Manor in central England.  This CSU-Pueblo summer program is open to all CSU system students and offers two CSU Fort Collins approved marketing courses that will count directly towards their business degree requirements.  
Early application and commitment are encouraged. The early application deadline is December 1.

Program at a Glance 

WHEN:  May 20 - June 10, 2018 (departing USA on May 19).  NOTE: two weeks of online course work will take place prior to travel

CREDITS:  Participants are registered in CSU Pueblo courses, which have the following CSU Fort Collins equivalencies:
  • CSU Pueblo’s MKTG 342 Promotional Strategy can satisfy MKT 320 Integrated Marketing Communications (3 credits)
  • CSU Pueblo’s MKTG 348 Consumer Behavior can satisfy MKT 361 Buyer Behavior (3 credits)
If you already have completed MKT 320 or 361, alternative transfer credit can be awarded on individual basis (consult with your College of Business advisor), such as MKT 3** with CSU-P's course title. 
Priority acceptance will be given to students planning to take both courses. Participation to take one, rather than both, 3-credit courses will be on space available basis with tuition reduced accordingly. 

COST: See Budget Sheet for details.  The budget covers the estimated costs for six transfer credits, lodging and most meals, international airfare, some local transport, international medical and evacuation insurance, excursions, and faculty support.  Please note that the program fee does not include international airfare, a required 22-day BritRail Pass (approx. $375 USD), other travel in UK, passport, books and supplies, and personal spending money.

SCHOLARSHIPS:  CSU Fort Collins participants may apply for scholarships through the Office of International Programs.

PROGRAM LEADER:  Dr. Ian Brennan, Professor, from the Hasan School of Business at Colorado State University - Pueblo.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:  Minimum 2.5 GPA. Instructor approval. Good disciplinary standing.

IMMIGRATION REQUIREMENTS:  Citizens of USA and some other countries do not need a pre-issued visa to participate in this program and to travel within the United Kingdom and other European countries on short-term basis.   Arrival in UK with valid passport and documentation of participation in a CSU sponsored program hosted by Harlaxton College will be sufficient.  Participants traveling on a non-USA/non-European passport might require a pre-issued Short-term Study Visa from the British consulate in New York (or a British consulate in their home country) and might require a pre-issued Schengen Visa to individually travel within Europe (beyond UK and IR) after the program.  Clarify your immigration status with if you are not a USA or European citizen.


In the 1960's, Harlaxton Manor was the British study abroad facility for Stanford University. Purchased by University of Evansville, Indiana, in 1971, it has hosted their study abroad program for more than 40 years, now known as Harlaxton College.  Evansville students will be be in residence while CSU students are there.

For summer 2018, all participants begin each course online on May 7, completing two weeks of coursework prior to arriving at Harlaxton College in England on May 20 (departing USA on May 19).  Participants purchase their own flights, but a coordinated arrival time will be communicated in February.  Online study is followed by three weeks of face-to-face instruction at Harlaxton College.  Participants will depart Harlaxton on June 10 to return home or commence independent travel.

Flyer:  2018 Harlaxton Program 


Harlaxton College is situated within beautiful Harlaxton Manor—a 19th Century Grade 1 listed building located about 5 minutes from the town of Grantham.  Harlaxton Manor has been featured in several films.  It hosts weddings and other celebrations plus offers an special environment for students to live and learn.

CSU students have the option of using their BritRail pass to join University of Evansville students on their weekend travels. London is one hour by train from Grantham. Trains run almost every hour from Grantham to and from London, so students often leave Harlaxton after class to spend the afternoon/evening in London.  Similarly, Edinburgh, Cambridge, York, and other destinations are readily visited by train.

Housing and Meals

Accommodation and most meals are provided by Harlaxton College within Harlaxton Manor.  


BritRail Pass
United Kingdom Student Visa & Travel Information
Resources for Students Traveling Abroad