Harlaxton welcomes students in the fall and spring semesters and in the summer for shorter courses. Study, travel and grow while you spend time at the Manor and immersed in the local community. Students take 12-15 credit hours during their time at Harlaxton, including our British Studies course that orients students to the location and culture of their new home abroad.

Students at Harlaxton College live and learn on the grounds of a 19th century English manor house in the East Midlands, the heart of historic England. They visit London which is only one hour away by any one of the 18 trains daily that serve the great capital city. This experiences comes with optional travel, classes that meet Monday through Thursday with excursion opportunities on weekends. These excursions have included London, York, Cambridge, Edinburgh, and Paris.

You can explore opportunities for 5-week programs, full semester programs, shorter summer classes, and even take a gap year! Explore the different classes and dates to book your study abroad trip here!

"It was a wonderful opportunity to meet new people and experience a different culture. I can't begin to explain all the unforgettable memories I have from the adventures I went on and sights I saw with those on the trip. If I could do it all over again, I would do it in a heartbeat. I am so glad I took the opportunity to see so much of England and to travel afterwards and to see friends in Germany, Norway and Sweden. This study abroad experience with PhiDE was truly life changing and unforgettable."

Kelsey Gillis

Azusa Pacific University (CA Mu)

"I thought the exams were extremely representative to the course material and they were very fair. There were never any surprises and everything on the test was thoroughly covered. The fact sheets were a great study tool and it was useful to my learning. ..it was such an amazing summer experience!"

Kelly Ring- Azusa Pacific University (CA Mu)

"This was a once in a lifetime experience. Everything from the food to the trains changes you. I feel more confident and worldly. Honestly, this has been my second best decision of my life (the first being to pursue the medical career)."

Kayla Gray- Case Western Reserve University (OH Delta)

"The Harlaxton College study abroad experience with Phi Delta Epsilon was the best time of my life, as I surrounded myself with like-minded individuals while taking a class taught by a leader in his respective field."

Will Lester

University of Kentucky (KY Gamma)

"One of the most amazing experiences a student could have."

Hannah Brown

Ohio University (OH ETA)

Since 2012, Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity has arranged study abroad summer sessions at Harlaxton College, the British Campus of the University of Evansville. One of the many opportunities we are pleased to offer is:

 My MHC is Me: An Immunology Short Course at Harlaxton College

This program offers a unique opportunity to take an undergraduate-level course in immunology at Harlaxton College. The program is open to students from across the United States and is co-sponsored by Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity.  Dr. Carla Aldrich, a visiting faculty member from Indiana University School of Medicine, will be the course instructor and group leader. The class is a brief overview of the immune system, with a focus on the role of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) in directing immune responses and covers topics that are relevant to students interested in applying to medical school or other health sciences professions.

The Estimated cost of this program is $3,1000 which includes:  2 credit hours of tuition, room, and board at Harlaxton College for the duration of the program, airport pickup, and drop-off, and an excursion (including your hotel) in London.

The Medical Tour of London

The medical tour of London was about 18th century medical practices and surgical techniques. Listening to the tour guide talk about the tools the surgeons worked with, and moreover everything they did not have to work with, was shocking and yet so interesting. Physicians back then had to know how to do really anything with the little they had. Without anesthesia, they not only had to be quite skilled, but also swift in their technique. I really enjoyed the gory stories he told about the surgical practices. Though they were dark and gruesome, it amazes me how they learned the techniques that are mostly still used today.

Jordan Tice

University of Nevada, Reno (NV Alpha)

The Medical Tour of London

Dr. Michael Cullen teaches a three semester hour upper level course in Neurobiology. Dr. Cullen, Professor at the University of Evansville, and former professor at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, ensured this class matched a graduation requirement and helped students familiarize themselves with MCAT relevant material and medical school preparation.

"Dr. Cullen is an amazing professor--incredibly understanding of our travel schedules, and he always facilitates in-class (and after class) discussion about the subject matter, and even travel tips. The workload for this course is reasonable while still managing to be challenging."

Alexa Collazo

Florida International University (FL Alpha)