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Castles, Celts and Curries: Multicultural Histories and Legacies of the UK

Spring Semester Course and the first four weeks of Summer Term 2019 Experience (May 3-25, 2019)

Go GLOBAL with MUNDO in 2019

Read about the experience of a past participant here

Learn and Lead at home and abroad

The Castles, Celts, and Curries: Multicultural Histories and Legacies of the United Kingdom program provides student participants with the opportunity to explore the personal and academic opportunities and resources gained from living and learning in a global context. As part of the experience, participants will examine how the lived experiences throughout England, Wales and Scotland have been shaped by issues related to community, wellness, inclusion, and learning; both historically as well as presently. During the two-part experience, students will examine how different individuals and communities have worked toward social change using approaches such as community engagement, spirituality, social activism, and entrepreneurship.

Admitted participants are required to register for three credits of ES HESA 2571s for Spring term 2019. The course will is Wednesdays from 3:55 - 6:50 p.m. Admitted participants are also required to register in 3 credit hours of ES HESA 3573 for The first four weeks of Summer session 2019 for the travel portion of the program. 

An excellent step experience (for more on STEP go to

Participants in the Second-Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) may elect to use their funding for this experience if approved to do so

Information Sessions

Stop by any of the following information sessions for more information on this exciting opportunity: 

  • Blackburn Victory Room-Thurs., Nov. 1, 2018 @ 6:30 PM 

Deadline to Apply

All program applications must be submitted by Buckeye Link no later than 11:59 PM on November 9, 2018. For even more information and resources go to 


For more information about the MUNDO Grant available to help subsidize the cost of this experience, please open the MUNDO Grant Information sheet to the right of this page.

To apply for this grant online click this link: 

About the Theme

The 2019 theme "Castles, Celts, and Curries: Multicultural Histories and Legacies of the UK" is designed to recognize and celebrate the diversity of communities that continue to define what it's like to live in cities such as London.

Here is a preview of some of the activities that the group will be doing during the summer of 2019: