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On-Site Staff for London, England

The London programs are administered in the U.S. by the USAC Central Office and in London by our international partners. The host university staff at your selected program location will assist you with securing appropriate student housing, provide a mandatory on-site orientation, help with course registration, organize exciting immersive opportunities, and oversee your general well-being. See below to learn more about the people or offices who will be your main point of contact at your selected host university.

Meet the Resident Director

Resident Director Jeremy Doughty

In addition to the outstanding support available from your host university, Dr. Jeremy Doughty will also serve as a resource to USAC students as the local USAC Resident Director. Jeremy will be available to support students throughout their time in London, to help answer questions and troubleshoot issues, and to organize group events and field trips for USAC students.

Jeremy received his Ph.D. in higher education administration from Bowling Green State University. Originally from the U.S., he has studied abroad twice in Germany and has worked in the Ukraine and South Africa.

He will meet the group flight at the airport (semester/yearlong students only) and provide a mandatory USAC on-site orientation, as well as provide additional support and resources while you are on the program.

Summer Program Staff

University of Roehampton

The Roehampton Abroad team at the University of Roehampton provides on-site support to students attending the summer program. This dedicated team is responsible for arranging on-campus housing, scheduling a series of free social events, coordinating optional day trips and excursions (additional fee required for participation), and guiding students to relevant campus support services. Study abroad students have full access to the University’s library facilities, catering outlets, state-of-the-art gym, medical center, and multi-faith chaplaincy.

Semester and Yearlong Program Staff

London Metropolitan University

London Met Study Abroad Office in London, England.

The Study Abroad Office at London Met provides a friendly focal point and ready source of information. The committed team will help you arrange your semester or year at London Met and ensure that your experience is integrated and rewarding. Study abroad students are fully immersed into the academic and social life of London Met, and have access to its extensive libraries, a state-of-the-art £30 million science centre, seven floors of computers in a technology tower, free Wi-Fi, interpreting suites, multi-media studios, and many more specialist facilities.

Quick Details

2023-24 Application Cycle

  • London Metropolitan University
    • Spring 2024: Open
      • Deadline: November 1

2024-25 Application Cycle

  • London: Roehampton University
    • Summer 2024: Open
      • Session I or I&II deadline: April 1
      • Session II deadline: April 1
  • London Metropolitan University
    • Fall/Yearlong 2024-25: Open
      • Deadline: June 1
    • Spring 2025: Open
      • Deadline: Nov 1


  • London Roehampton Summer: 2.8 GPA and minimum sophomore standing
  • London Met Semester: 2.7 GPA and minimum sophomore standing
    • Yearlong applicants must be degree-seeking students attending a 4-year institution at the time of application

Program Type



Overseas credit

Program Capacity

60 students




AASAP/UK -- Association of American Study Abroad Programmes United Kingdom

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