One of the world's most dynamic international cities, London allows you to learn about many different cultures in a single study abroad experience. London is home to more than 800 art galleries, 180 museums and 380 libraries and hosts more than 17,000 music performances a year. Its numerous parks give it a small city feel although it's the second-largest metropolitan area in Europe. As you live and study on the Regent's University campus, you'll have the opportunity to enroll in a variety of courses that make Regent's a popular destination for all majors-and you'll be able to easily stay on track with your Susquehanna course requirements. Regent's organizes different weekend and day trips during your study abroad semester that will allow you to explore the culture, history and aesthetics of London. Additionally, you might journey throughout the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. Past trips have included visits to Edinburgh, Paris, Stratford-upon-Avon and Wales.
Where you’ll study: Regent's University London
- Many sports, clubs and campus events
- Study in central London with students from 140 different nationalities
- Five-minute walk from public transportation around London
- Take courses at one of seven Regent’s schools to meet your interests
- Small class sizes with typically 6-25 students
- On-site orientation
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Wide variety of courses
for all majors in the listed schools below:
- Business Management - European Business School London/Regent's Business School London
- Liberal Studies (US-style liberal arts curriculum formally known as RACL)
- Media, Film and Performance
- Fashion and Desiign
- Psychotherapy and Psychology
To find the last program fee, click on "Budget Sheet" above. Note that program fees are recalculated before every program.
You will pay SU tuition for your program and Regent’s room and board. You will need to pay for a round-trip flight to and from London, transportation costs in-country, books, etc.
Some estimated additional personal expenses may include laundry, toiletries, purchase of personal items and resources.
Photos courtesy of Tyler Crotty '17
About GO Long
Immerse yourself in another culture by spending a semester off-campus on a GO Long program. With more than 80 approved options, you can find a setting that suits you, personally and academically. You can study with other Susquehanna students or live and study with local or international students in your host culture. The choice is yours. You’ll take a course the semester before you GO to get ready and reflect on your experiences the semester after you get back. GO Long programs are great opportunities for students looking to gain the experience of a semester in a different culture.