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• Comprehensive Advising and Support
• Tuition at the Host University
• Official Transcript from Host University with ISA Cover Letter
• Bridging Cultures Program
• Full-Time Resident Staff
• On-Site ISA Offices
• Computer and Internet Access
• The ISA Discovery Model
• Cultural Activities
• Medical Insurance
• Comprehensive Health, Safety and Security Support
• Airport Reception
• Visa Support
• The Professional Development Toolbox
• Scholarship Opportunities
Study abroad in London, England with ISA!
London, the vibrant capital of England, is also one of the world's most diverse and multicultural cities: A place where you can meet people from all around the world and still feel at home. The world's knowledge capital, as considered by many, sits atop the Thames River which meanders its way through the cultural, business and historic heart of Europe. London is a leading global city with strengths in education, entertainment, sports, finance, fashion, media, tourism, and the arts- all contributing to its importance. With its accessible public transport, all of London is within the grasp of students seeking to experience and know this exciting and diverse center of the world.
ISA programs are hosted through the University of Westminster, King's College London, Queen Mary- University of London, University of Roehampton and Kingston University.
At the heart of London, the University of Westminster offers media & design, business, psychology, politics, international relations, and social sciences. Westminster is an urban campus with four campuses: three in London's West End and one in the northwest borough of Harrow. The university's small student-to-teacher ratio creates an enriching environment for you while the university offers a variety of traditional, progressive courses, and practical courses in media, arts and design.
The University of Roehampton paved the way for women interested in higher education because they were one of the first higher education entities to admit women. Roehampton has a strong academic history dating from the 1840s and is on a U.S.-style campus comprised of four unique colleges. Some of the subjects you can study there include dance, biology, media studies, London studies, and social sciences.
Queen Mary, University of London is popular for its prestige, contained campus, and access to all things East London. Similar to King's College London, the University of Oxford, and the University of Glasgow, Queen Mary is a part of the prestigious Russell Group which makes it a fantastic option if you are looking for a rigorous academic push. Some possible subjects you might like to study here are STEM fields, drama, English, business, and the biological sciences.
King's College London (KCL), is a part of the prestigious Russell Group, along with Queen Mary, University of London, the University of Oxford, and the University of Glasgow. It was founded in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington and is known for its reputation as a center of global academic excellence. You'll find many subjects you can study, such as global health, biomedical sciences, humanities, European & international studies, and English literature to name a few.
While Kingston University can be traced back to the Anglo-Saxon times, it officially received the "University" title in 1992. The university is AACSB accredited and was also one of the first business schools with triple Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation (MBA, Masters in International Business Management and DBA). You can take classes in life sciences, business, TV and film studies, music and music technology, and culture studies.
ISA by WorldStrides Diversity Scholarship
This scholarship is offered for summer and semester programs and is intended for students with identities historically underserved in education abroad. This can include, but is not limited to, individuals who identify as African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, LGBTQIA+, First-Generation College Students, U.S. Military Veterans, students with disabilities, and/or students at Minority-Serving Institutions.