London, England

Come study abroad in London, a global megacity with unsurpassed social and ethnic diversity. The art, theater, music and fashion scenes in London influence trends and set global standards, and the City—shorthand for the financial district—is one of the world’s great economic and business hubs.

While in London, take courses toward your major along with unique classes that take full advantage of the city’s rich cultural and historical resources. Yes, you will see this stunning city from an iconic double-decker red bus and the London Eye, but you’ll delve deeper, too. Study in London opens a gateway to the world.

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London Bridge view from Thames River

Syracuse London Courses

Syracuse London classes are based in the academic heart of the city at Faraday House. You can expect a curriculum that is rigorous, innovative and distinguished by the same exceptional standards that apply in every other aspect of a Syracuse University academic experience. Your courses may fulfill curricular requirements so you can stay on track to graduate on time. Explore a range of topics across disciplines at the center.

Study in Depth

Each Syracuse Abroad center offers depth in particular areas of study. At Syracuse London, these include:

  • British and global media
  • Architecture
  • Creative industries; visual and performing arts
  • International business
  • Information management
  • Computer science
  • Design
  • Urban history and globalism
  • Diversity and cultural identity
  • Psychology
  • Sport management
  • Gender and sexuality

Wondering if Syracuse London is the right fit for you? Refine your Syracuse Abroad options to discover the program that best fits your academic goals.

Semester Programs

Syracuse London course offerings include fine arts, political science, and women’s and gender studies, among many other options. Or take part in a Syracuse London program tailored to your area of study in architecture, design, drama or computer science.

Summer Programs

Customize your summer program in London by choosing from an array of courses. To take full advantage of the city, most of your courses will feature field trips and excursions. (3-6 credits)

Travel with Purpose

The Syracuse London program includes one of three seminars that allow you to travel to neighboring countries and gain in-depth understanding of cultural, political and environmental issues through experiential learning, reflection and discussion.

At Home in London

Your Syracuse Abroad experience is enhanced through your housing options. In London, you will live in a flat set up by the Syracuse London program, which gives you the chance to be part of a community and share experiences with new friends.

World Ready. Career Ready.

Interested in an internship in London? Use this as an opportunity to apply classroom lessons to real work situations, explore career options and develop professional skills. Our on-­site internship coordinator will work with you to find the placement that best suits your interests and qualifications through established relationships in many business sectors of London.

Can I Afford to Study Abroad?

Yes! We work with you to make studying abroad within reach. Your financial aid package may apply to study abroad, plus there are other assistance options, including scholarships, grants and awards.

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Visit our office at 106 Walnut Place or drop by SyracuseAbroad@Bird (Bird Library, lower level room 002), Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Tuesdays 11 a.m.-7 p.m. for general advising. Or schedule an appointment to meet with a Syracuse Abroad advisor.

Meet with Your Academic Advisor.

Whether you're still deciding if studying abroad is right for you or you've already made a decision to study abroad, meeting with your academic advisor early in the process can help you to select the program that best fits your academic track.

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