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London Study Abroad

  • Regents University Campus

The London Study Abroad (LSA) program is a unique opportunity for Western New England University freshmen and sophomores to live and study at Regent’s University London during their spring semester. Acceptance into the program is competitive and limited to 25 students. Accepted students will be assessed Western New England University tuition, fees, room, and board, and applicable financial aid will remain in effect. A Western New England faculty member will serve as faculty-in-residence for the semester and teach two courses.

Regent’s University London is located in beautiful Regent’s Park in the heart of London, within walking distance of Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, the U.S. Embassy, the British Museum, London Zoo, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Oxford Street, and Camden Locks Market, among other landmarks. The program will include a week of orientation in London before classes begin, as well as class field trips and opportunities for cultural enrichment throughout the semester.

Regent’s University London offers majors in Arts, Business, Communications, English, History, Political Science, and Psychology. Students in other majors will be able to fulfill their General University Requirements but not major-specific courses.

Interested in Applying?

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the slots are filled, but no later than October 1 for the program to take place the following spring semester. Applicants must have a minimum 2.5 (3.0 mid-term for freshmen) GPA and no course grade below C-. In addition, students must be in good standing within the University community at all times. Informational meetings will be held in the fall and spring semesters, and information will be provided in freshman seminar classes and at study abroad fairs. Applications are competitive and will consist of an in-person interview.

Interested students in the College of Business should contact Prof. Curt Hamakawa at curt.hamakawa@wne.edu and in the College of Arts and Sciences should contact Dr. Ted South at ted.south@wne.edu.