Study & Intern in London

Study & Intern in London — About

About Study & Intern in London

Once the seat of an empire, today’s London has reinvented itself as an artistic, financial, and intellectual power. An extraordinarily multicultural city, London is home to royalty and immigrants, the working class, and the avant-garde. It is Medieval, Victorian, and modern, interspersed with expansive parks and charming gardens. London is Europe’s largest city—in area and population—yet easily explored by the extensive underground network of the legendary “Tube.” As the capital city, it is the center of political issues, such as Britain’s relationship with the European community, increasingly assertive nationalities of Scotland and Wales, and the political complexities of Northern Ireland.

The Study & Intern in London program offers courses that deepen your understanding of British culture. The strength of the program is the internship experience, which allows you to integrate with British people, experience the culture firsthand, and gain professional work experience.

Housing & Meals

Housing is provided in comfortable, well-equipped apartments or homestays. All students are notified about their housing placements about two weeks prior to departure.


Between 5 and 7 students usually share apartments, which include single or double bedrooms, bathrooms, and laundry. Meals are not included, but each apartment has a full kitchen. There are also many pubs and cafés within a short walk or Tube (subway) ride from the residence.


If you choose the homestay option, you will have your own room. Breakfast and dinner are included during the week; you are responsible for lunch and meals on weekends.

All students receive an Oyster Card (Tube pass) for the term included in the program fee.


Cultural field trips in London, a theatre production, a full-day excursion to Bath and Stonehenge, and you choice of an excursion to  Stratford-upon-Avon, Brighton, or Oxford are included in the program fee.

On the semester program, students also receive a social membership to the University of London Imperial College student union, allowing access to a restaurant, pub, library, recreation rooms, and over 100 clubs.

Students can also take advantage of MyEducation events, a calendar of events centered around key themes that provides students a tool to help personalize their experience in London.

Learning Outcomes

Students having participated in the Study and Intern in London program will:

Faculty & Staff

The Centres for Academic Programmes Abroad (CAPA) provides housing, program classrooms and study areas. CAPA also arranges on-site orientation and program excursions, as well as social and cultural events. Classes are taught by British faculty who are specialists in their academic field and in the field of teaching foreign students.

About the Learning Abroad Center

Learning Abroad Center programs are:

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