The short-term education abroad program to Chester, England, will expose students to concepts of international health care, nursing education and the role of nursing in the United Kingdom. As a result of completing the coursework and the education abroad program, students will gain exposure to a healthcare system different to that of the United States, learn the healthcare needs of people in a foreign country, learn about key public health and nursing challenges in the United Kingdom and strengthen their ability to communicate and care for patients from a different culture. Students will also engage with nurses and nursing students at the University of Chester, participate in clinical and simulation activities, and community health activities. This program targets undergraduate nursing students enrolled in the community health nursing course and can obtain up to 35 clinical credit hours for this course.