London Undergraduate Program
The London Undergraduate Program welcomes students from a wide variety of disciplines. Students are required to take the ‘Inside London’ course, where students spend time exploring areas of London which relate to a part of the city’s politics or culture. This could be anything from parks that inspired poetry, to a history of Camden Town, anything that brings the city to life for the students, and helps them to understand the context in which they are living and learning.
The exploration doesn't stop with London, with some courses on the Undergraduate Program offering trips to discover art in Paris, or a weekend in Brussels to learn more about the headquarters of the EU. A stepping stone to Europe, the Gateway offers an immersive British experience in the wider European context.
Kennedy Scholars Program
The Kennedy Scholars program provides an opportunity for high-achieving Arts and Letters students to develop their research skills and experience, as they develop a research proposal that could win them grant funding to return to the UK to research their senior thesis. Students taking part in this program live and study alongside their classmates in the broader London Undergraduate Program, while taking a research skills seminar designed to immerse them in the wealth of archives, libraries, museums and Universities that the UK has to offer.