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Live and study in one of the most diverse cities in the world. More than 250 languages are spoken in this dynamic, cosmopolitan UK capital. Experience this culturally vibrant metropolis that hosts more than 32,000 music performances and 17,000 theatrical performances each year. Visit world class museums including the Tate Modern, the British Museum and the National Gallery. Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites like Greenwich, the Tower of London, Westminster Palace and Kew Gardens. Immerse yourself in the bustling city life or explore the many peaceful green spaces in and around your new home. As Britain's cosmopolitan capital, London offers something for everyone, from the British Museum to the West End theaters, from the Tower of London to the House of Parliament and from ancient Roman ruins to the London Eye.

Classes take place in the London Centre, a spacious, historic Georgian building in the Bloomsbury area, a short walk from the British Museum. The centre offers a modest library and building-wide Internet access. London will serve as a classroom as much as the centre itself, with students visiting many of London’s most important broadcast companies as well as the exceptional museums, galleries, the House of Commons and theater and concert productions often accompanied by private talks with journalists or media coordinators.


Fall Semester, Spring Quarter, Spring Semester Humanities

Combine local excursions with a wide range of humanities courses for an unforgettable learning and cultural experience.

Humanities & Internship

Fall Semester, Spring Quarter, Spring Semester Humanities & Internship

Combine local excursions with a wide range of humanities courses and an internship for a unique and well-rounded experience abroad.

International Sport Facilities Management

Summer International Sport Facilities Management

This program takes students on an exciting journey through the vibrant sport culture of London, aiming to help them master the art of planning, organizing, budgeting, and marketing an event experience.


Summer Communications

Learn theoretical and practical aspects of journalism and communication through in-class coursework with relevant excursions to media outlets and institutions.

Susie Thomas editSITE DIRECTOR: Dr. Susie Thomas

Q: If you had one day to show someone around (London), where would you take him or her?

A: We would begin at London Bridge and walk along the Thames, stopping at Southwark Cathedral, where Shakespeare's brother is buried. After checking out the latest exhibition at Tate Modern, we would be groundlings in The Globe on a summer's day. Or in winter, we would stroll to the National Theatre to see a play before rounding off the day with supper overlooking the river.