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Baltics, Britain & Blarney: Interior Design 2022


Program Details

This trip will be taking exciting architectural tours throughout numerous cities! Outside of these incredible designers/architects, this trip will get to see long awaited sites like the Gruntvig Church, along with several museums that explore architecture and furnishings, etc. Art Nouveau, Scandinavian Modern, International design, and other periods will be explored. This group will be fortunate to cover some even older periods as they tour the Trinity College in Dublin to view the library and the Book of Kells. There is also a tour set up at the Belleek Ceramics factory in Northern Ireland. Glasgow tours at two campuses; University of Glasgow and the Glasgow School of Art. Due to a recent fire at the latter, there will only be an outside tour. But, this trip will be experiencing the Willow Tearooms, also designed by Mackintosh! Edinburgh tours include both Romanesque and Deconstructionist Buildings.


  • 18+ years old
  • Capable of walking up to 10 miles per day
  • Capable of carrying own luggage (through various public transportation hubs, up stairs, etc.)
  • Good physical condition
  • Application may require an essay, a review of GPA, an interview and request for medical clearance


  • Sweden, Denmark, Ireland & Scotland

Program Dates:

April 30, 2022 - May 19, 2022


Cost: $4,685 (Without flight) OR $5,685 (With flight)

Deposit: $500

Suggested Payment Schedule:

  • Dec. 3, 2022 - $837
  • Jan. 14, 2022 - $837
  • Feb. 11, 2022-$837
  • March 11, 2022-$837
  • April 22, 2022-$837

Must be paid in full by April 29, 2022

Deposit: $500 dollars will need to be paid when you hand in your application. Please register with CE Enrollment to have the charge added to your account.

Payments can now be made online! Visit this website for instructions on how to pay your deposit online and future payments. Charges should show on your account within 24 hours after registration. As always, you can pay with a credit card as well. To keep our trip costs low, we encourage the use of ACH Bank Transfers, or payments by cash or check whenever possible.

Includes: InterEurope flights, accommodations, excursions, some meals.

Not included: passport, incidentals, excess baggage costs, any unscheduled travel, and some meals.


Attendance at every two-hour pre-departure class is mandatory as well as every group event while abroad. Please contact Jacie Johnson for details on the Itinerary.

April 30: Flight to Stockholm

May 1 & 2: Stockholm

May 3-5: Copenhagen

May 6-8: Ireland (Dublin, Blarney, Cliffs of Moher)

May 9-10: Northern Ireland (Belleek, Giant's Causeway, Lisburn, Larne)

May 12-18: Scotland (Glascow, Stirling, Edinburgh, Blair Atholl, Inverness)

May 19: Flight to SLC

Academic Courses

Students may enroll in up to Eight (8) of the following credit hours:

  • IDT 3020: Interiors and Architecture, 19th Century - Today (3 credits)
  • IDT 2990: Seminar (1 credit)
  • IDT 2860: Practicum (2 credits)
  • IDT 4830: Directed Readings (2 credits)

Program Directors

Jacie Johnson - (Director) Main person responsible for teaching and organizing the tour. Jacie has traveled numerous times and can share her practical experience with students. She will be responsible for teaching the historical workshops and coordinating all pre-departure meetings. Jacie will be the instructor for the Interiors and Architecture, 19th Century - Today course.

Kristen Arnold - (Co-Director) Program coordinator for IDT. She will be teaching the debriefing workshop including the portfolio information. She and Jacie will grade the portfolios. Kristen will be the instructor for the Seminar course.

Shauna Morris - Will assist with logistics on the ground. She has the longest history at WSU and will be a strong asset on this trip. She will be the instructor for the Directed Readings course.

Ashley Badali - Her rapport with students and her design knowledge will be valuable on this trip. She will be both a group leader on the ground, and also the instructor for the Practicum course.

Trip Cancellations

If Weber State cancels a trip for any reason, all participants will be refunded 100% of funds paid to the school. If a participant withdraws from the program for any reason, they are subject to the refund policy found on the first page of the application.  Deposits are always non-refundable, unless the program is canceled by Weber State.  No refunds will be issued 30 days prior to program start date. 

Refunds will NOT be given to students due to COVID-19 concerns. Before programs were canceled in 2020, every student was given the option to withdraw from programs without penalty due to COVID-19. This year students are applying, cognizant of the pandemic. Weber State will not intentionally place students into high risk situations. We will work together with Program Leaders and Departments on canceling should the destination demonstrate increased risks, be they from COVID or any other concern. As such, students must abide by the standard refund policy.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Study Abroad Office at (801) 626-8711.