If you have questions about the academics or courses available on this program, locate the Program Advisor to email them your questions directly.
Studying abroad can be a more meaningful and invigorating learning experience than at home—both inside and outside of the classroom. You may be more curious and alert than you usually are so use this heightened energy to enhance your studies as well as your cultural and geographical explorations. You may also encounter different teaching styles and course processes; be prepared to adapt and to learn.
USAC's partnership with London Metropolitan University provides you with a wide array of academic options. You may choose from courses offered in the following disciplines: Human Sciences; Computing and Digital Media; Business, Law, Translation, and Languages; Social Professions; Social Sciences; Literary and Performing Arts; and Art and Design. Courses are subject to change and approval of prerequisites which are determined by London Metropolitan University.
Each student will take four courses per semester, worth 15 U.K. credits each. USAC equates 15 U.K. credits as the equivalent of three U.S. semester credits.
Areas of Study at London Metropolitan University:
Theatre in London: Offered in both the fall and spring terms, this module introduces students to the breadth of theatrical venues, genres, and approaches that make up London's vibrant performance scene. Students will have the exciting opportunity to experience pieces ranging from well-known, commercial productions to ground-breaking, experimental work. This may include visits to West End theatres, the National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, Royal Court, Soho Theatre, amongst many others, as well as gallery-based and site-specific performances. Note: There is an additional fee for this module, payable directly to London Met and not included in the USAC Program Fee.
Empowering London: Global Implementation: During the fall term students will examine the six core London challenges: crime, discrimination, environment, health, poverty and deprivation, and social wealth. This innovative module is an exciting opportunity to understand a grass-roots level of working that can effect change and to learn about the key issues currently affecting large cities.
To obtain a complete course list and course syllabi, click on the link(s) below and follow the prompts to specific course information. The course information for study abroad students will be under the “Find your modules” section. Please contact the USAC Advising department if you have difficulty finding the information.
London Imperial Summer: 2.5 GPA
London Met Summer & 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.
London Imperial Summer: Specialty
London Met Summer & Semester: Partnership
London Imperial Summer: US Credit
London Met Summer & Semester: Overseas credit
AASAP/UK -- Association of American Study Abroad Programmes United Kingdom