England
England
Big Bend, London, Study AbroadThe Romans founded a settlement called Londinium in 43 B.C. In the two millennia since then, London has become the cosmopolitan city that it is today. During your study abroad, you can visit the Tower of London, Hyde Park, Westminster Abbey, the Tate Modern Gallery or stroll alongside the River Thames. From Parliament to Buckingham Palace, history is everywhere you turn. For a truly English experience, stop for high tea at Brown’s Hotel or dinner at the Savoy Hotel.




St. Mary’s University
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Just 30 minutes away from central London, St. Mary’s University is a small university housed on the grounds of the Strawberry Hill mansion, built during the 18th century in the Georgian Gothic revival style. St. Mary’s prepares its students for flourishing lives, successful careers and social commitment through excellent, research-enriched teaching in a strong community of mutual respect based on Catholic ethos and identity.

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Application Process
Your application and the following items must be submitted to the Study Abroad Office located in Tiller Hall. 

Application Deadlines 

  • June 15 for upcoming fall semester 
  • November 15 for upcoming spring semester 
  • Please note — With late applications, students risk having insufficient time to obtain student visas and other authorizations. Processing time at embassies can take up to three months.

Additional Information for Exchange Students 

Study Abroad Testimonials
Spring Semester in London 2010 – “Spending the semester in London was the most awesome experience of my life. From the minute I arrived and was surrounded by English accents, I was incredibly happy. Being away from home for so long made me more independent and it helped me discover a new confidence and belief in myself. London is an amazing city with so many different things to do and see. Going to shows in the West End, shopping at Camden Market and riding the London Eye are some of my best memories. I was also lucky to make great friends while I was there. Studying abroad for a whole semester allowed me to really get a feel for what it is like living in London. I am so thankful to have had this experience and would recommend everyone who can to study abroad.” – Jaime Sepulveda
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