|Restrictions:||GW applicants only|
|Language(s) of Instruction:||English||Host Institution:||King's College, London School of Economics and Political Science, Pembroke College, Oxford University, Royal Holloway University, University of Leeds, University of Sussex|
|Class Status:||Undergraduate||Study Abroad Office Advisor:||Christina Hyde|
|Program Sponsor:||GW Study Program|
GW England is designed to immerse students in life at a UK university. Students live in residence halls integrated with local or international students, study alongside British students, and have every opportunity to participate fully in the day-to-day activities of a typical college student in England. The participating host institutions have been chosen by GW faculty as partners for GW England, ensuring participants will find first-rate academic life, excellent facilities, and convenient accommodations.
In addition, GW England provides orientation and cultural activities and excursions run by GW staff specifically for GW England students. Thus, the program is a great balance of experiencing a new life in England and the familiarity of a GW community.
Why not expand the boundaries of your GW studies to England?
Learn more about the GW student experience on GW England! Follow Rachel Lubitz's blog on her semester in England.
If you study abroad with GW England in the fall, you are eligible to receive an automatic $1500 tuition award if you join the Focus on Fall Abroad Community!
GW England offers enrollment in nine universities:
Programs Outside of London:
University of Leeds, located in one of the fastest-growing financial and commercial cities of Europe, offers its 32,000 students over 700 undergraduate programs, including communications, engineering, English, history, politics, and international affairs.
University of Sussex, a young and modern institution located in Brighton, contains five schools that emphasize interdisciplinary and innovative teaching approaches.
St. Anne's College, Oxford University, one of about 40 residential colleges at the University of Oxford, offers challenging coursework in the liberal arts and stands out as a modern and informal college with a strong sense of academic purpose.
Pembroke College, Oxford University, one of about 40 residential colleges at the University of Oxford, offers vigorous and challenging study in the liberal arts through a small community of 400 students fully enrolled at the oldest university of the English speaking world.
Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies is a permanent institute housed at Keble College, one of University of Oxford's largest and friendliest colleges. Students focus their studies on the medieval, Renaissance and early modern periods.
Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, offers an academically rigorous program tailored to students who wish to follow a regular Cambridge degree course as fully matriculated members of the university.
Programs In or Near London:
King's College London, one of the founding members and most respected colleges of the University of London, has multiple campuses in downtown London, specializing in the humanities, biomedical sciences, and health and life sciences.
University College London offers students a world-class education in more than 55 different academic departments spanning a broad spectrum from humanities to engineering, from life sciences to social sciences.
The School for Oriental and African Studies, located in the heart of London, is one of the world's leading institutions specializing in the study of Africa, Asia, and the Near and Middle East.
Royal Holloway, located at a park-like campus in Surrey next to a 600-acre national park near Eton and Windsor Castle and within easy access to downtown London, offers courses in 21 major fields, including drama and media arts, English, history, physics, and psychology.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), with its world-wide academic reputation and an international student body, offers a full range of courses in the social, political, and economic fields.