Queen Elizabeth, the Beatles, Shakespeare, Guy Ritchie, Coldplay, and
many more have made England renowned for its rich history, art, and
culture! While studying or interning in the bustling city of London,
Buckingham Palace, the Globe Theatre, Notting Hill, Big Ben, and the
West End theater district are all just a quick tube ride away or you can
snap photos from atop the famous double-decker buses!
What if you could study in this exciting world capital without the huge price
tag? You can! Live 20 minutes
from downtown London on a traditional British campus at University of
Roehampton, with unique creative
writing, dance, and psychology programs and courses in all major subjects.
Learn how Brits do business by working alongside your new English
colleagues at a local museum, a high-powered corporate office, or the
British Parliament! Our program includes
courses and cultural excursions.
Imagine spending a semester not only living and studying, but also working
in the heart of London! Split your time between studying whatever your heart
desires while gaining professional experience working
alongside Londoners and internationals from around the world.
In this ten-week course, European cities are your classroom. Soak up the
impressive history of Rome, the stunning frescoes of Florence,
the magnificent streets and cathedrals of Paris, and the history-packed
museums of London.
Are you a first-time traveler? Culture, literature, or film buff? Interested in
taking a study-travel course that
takes you to amazing cities in England, Scotland and throughout the historic
countryside of Ireland? Then look no
London and Barcelona are two of Europe's most exciting cities. On
City Expeditions: London and Barcelona, you will not only explore these two
great cities, but also have the chance to study art, business, and
local culture while getting to know local hangouts.
Split your summer between two world-class cities: London and Paris. Learn
from the experts and take your studies outside of the classroom as you
experience a range of topics with a local focus, such as film, literature,
art, art history, photography and French language.