The University of Evansville's British campus located in Grantham, England.
The University of Evansville provides students with the opportunity to study abroad and still finish their degree in four years. About 25 percent of EECS students spend a semester at Harlaxton, the University's British campus in Grantham, England, where they have access to England's culture, history, and entertainment. Students at Harlaxton College are encouraged to travel on weekends, through school-sponsored field trips to locations such as Stonehenge, Nottingham, London, and Scotland, or to places of their own choosing. During some semesters, less frequent but longer trips are arranged to Ireland and the continent. Tuition at Harlaxton is the same as tuition at the Evansville campus, and all scholarships and loans may be applied to Harlaxton costs.
Harlaxton College has its own resident British faculty as well as visiting faculty from the Evansville campus and other selected universities in the United States. Students at Harlaxton come from the Evansville campus, England, and other campuses around the United States. Students benefit from a diverse set of peers and experiences that only studying abroad can provide.