Fordham in London

Student in front of London Bridge.

Hundreds of students from Fordham and other colleges and universities study at Fordham London each year. Our London Centre—a six-story building featuring classrooms, a student lounge, and a roof terrace—is home to academic programs in business and the liberal arts, along with a robust internship program. All students are housed in flats conveniently located in residential neighborhoods within an easy commute of Fordham London.

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Fordham London 
At the heart of Fordham's study abroad programs is the idea of the world as the classroom. Small and informal class settings let students explore subjects from a new perspective and in a unique setting. Open to second-semester sophomores and juniors from Fordham and other universities and colleges throughout the US, our programs allow participants to engage with the city of London inside and outside of the classroom.
London Liberal Arts
This program offers students the opportunity to take courses at Fordham London as well as one module (course) offered at Queen Mary, University of London (Fall Only), City University, or University of Westminster.

Fordham students who will be second semester sophomores during the term in which they will be abroad, and who otherwise meet the requirements, may apply to study in the Sophomore Liberal Arts Program. Second semester sophomores are only eligible to take courses at Fordham London.
Gabelli School of Business in London
Few locations in Europe rival London as a place to study world business. The Gabelli School allows you to complete your Fordham coursework in this European commercial center. Students may visit the headquarters of Jaguar and Barclays Bank, learn from prominent business people and alumni, or undertake a global study of social entrepreneurship.
Summer Programs
During the summer months (June-July), students have the chance to engage with the city of London in intimate and exciting ways. Although the programs are only a few weeks long, participants will explore topics using London as their classroom. Programs in Business and Liberal Arts are available.