All of our housing is centrally located within London, in areas with shops and transportation and within reach of city attractions.
A Day in the Life
Each day, you wake up a few blocks from the Thames River. You have breakfast with your classmates in your flat, then ride the Tube to Kensington High Street, where Fordham classes occupy a suite of rooms within the University of London’s historic Heythrop College.
Picking up a coffee at Whole Foods, located two minutes outside campus, you walk through the garden and into your first class of the day.
This is the life that awaits you in London.
You’ll study in one of the city’s most beautiful areas, Kensington, a mix of white-columned stone townhouses, neighborhood pubs and great shopping. You will ride the Underground with friends to and from class, out to London’s famous clubs and other music venues, to world-class museums such as the Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert, and to iconic sights from Parliament to Tower Bridge.
What to do?
There’s a lot. Here is a mere handful of attractions within a half-hour of the hall where London students live: