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When you study abroad in England, you'll see and experience the best of the old and the new. Your host city and the country become your classroom as you find yourself touring the Tower of London, visiting Stonehenge, and attending performances in some of the world’s most historic venues…for class!
Envision living and learning in a historic, culturally diverse city where “field trip” translates to exploring castles and landmarks. You make friends with local students you meet while taking classes at world-renowned universities. That’s what studying abroad in England is like, whether you choose London, Cambridge, or Oxford.
- Upon arrival in London, you participate in an introductory orientation with the IES Abroad London staff. This introduces you to your direct enrollment program, your fellow students, and to London.
- Participate in field trips to Stonehenge, Brighton, and more.
- Make new friends with local and international students at you host university.
- Live with other students in housing that is within walking distance to your classes, shopping, and public parks.
- You have an individual IES Abroad Program Advisor to help you prepare for your study abroad adventure.From visa requirements to travel details, they are your #1 resource for preparing to study abroad.
Enroll in courses from a variety of disciplines alongside British and international students. As an urban university with a strong international community, City, University of London (City), offers a wide range of academic options and close ties to London’s main financial district. City’s academic roots in industry and technology indicate its modern commitment to such disciplines as Business and Finance.
Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) offers you the best of two worlds: the bustling city of London and a self-contained, thriving campus. Located in the diverse East End, QMUL maintains its own identity and community, and yet its students are never more than a convenient Tube ride to the center of London. As a large institution (more than 25,000 students), QMUL offers an extensive range of academic options.
As one of the world’s leading universities, University College London (UCL) offers you challenging academic options across many disciplines with particular strengths in Art, Archaeology, Economics, English, Geography, History, Philosophy, and Psychology. You'll apply to one or two academic departments and then select courses from these departments, which consists of a series of lectures, seminars, and tutorials.
Whether you enroll in Session I, Session II or both, learn from leading academics in small class sizes, and get to know your classmates—who come from 150+ different countries around the world! Outside of the classroom, you’ll enjoy well-located housing and exciting social events to make the most of your time in London. UCL offers a range of cultural events in and around London like comedy shows, visits to historical and cultural attractions, West End shows, an end-of-summer boat party, and more.
Our program offers you the opportunity to directly enroll in St. Catherine’s College, one of the 38 self-governing colleges that together make up the University of Oxford. Enjoy studying at one of the oldest universities in the world—teaching existed here in some form as early as 1096. Today, Oxford has a total student population of more than 21,000, with more than 140 nationalities represented in its student body, and is a renowned seat of learning and tradition.
IES Abroad Scholarships and Financial Aid
Financial limitations shouldn't prevent you from studying abroad with us. That's why IES Abroad offers more than $6 million in scholarships and aid. IES Abroad offers a number of diversity scholarships and grants to provide opportunities for traditionally underrepresented communities in study abroad.