Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

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Studying in London

Studying in London

The London Dramatic Academy is located at 23 Kensington Square, in one of the most charming areas of London. Centrally located, near museums such as the Victoria and Albert, the Science, and the Natural History, LDA shares its premises with Heythrop College, the philosophy and religion school of the University of London. We have large studios, a library, and smaller rooms for tutorial work. Fordham business and liberal arts students have programs and classes at the London Centre and we share events and activities when appropriate. We are five minutes from the High Street Kensington underground station. Our full-time academic coordinator and office staff are on site to oversee housing, orientation, counseling, events, and activities for all students.

Living In London
Due to the full timetable, Fordham reserves housing for London Dramatic Academy students within a few minutes walk from Kensington Square, in a centrally located neighborhood. The premises have numerous flats with a living/dining room, two or three shared bedrooms, a kitchen, and a bath or shower room. Students live two students to a room, sharing with another LDA student. Students have access to the cafeteria on site at Heythrop College as well as to many supermarkets nearby to the student accommodation and the University.

This week at LDA (1st-5th September 2014):

"As of writing this, I’ve just finished up my first week at LDA and all I can say is that it was exceptional. In this week alone I had the opportunity to see my first London Broadway show, The 39 steps, at the Criterion Theatre as well as tour both the Rose and Globe theatres. Seeing The 39 Steps made me even more excited to continue on with this process as I got to see people work professionally in an amazing show, and do what I hope to do after the completion of this program.
I don’t think that I’ve ever had a better first week of school! I’ve learned something different everyday and it keeps me on fire to learn more! There’s an understood level of trust and respect between teacher and student that is comforting and makes it easy to just try, regardless of success or failure in class. Right now some things are thrown at us and I don’t necessarily know where to place them, but after my first week of LDA, it’s clear that everything has a place and a purpose. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the rest of the term!"
- Londen Shannon
(current LDA student)

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