Welcome to Syracuse London!
London’s cultural, social, and ethnic diversity is unlike anywhere else on earth. Whether you’re a budding designer, architect, actor, or simply a student of the world, your semester here will be one of the most enriching academic and personal experiences you can undertake. Your immersion into London life comes from living in your own flat, where you will soon discover that you are part of the city’s huge assortment of smaller towns, each with its own distinct character. The Syracuse London center is in Bloomsbury, the heart of academic London, and the staff and faculty of Faraday House are ready to help you make your time abroad the experience of a lifetime. To get a feel for what life is like on campus, check out the Syracuse London website.
The Spring 2019 application deadline for the London Center program has been extended to Friday, October 12th.
London Architecture & Design program application deadlines are not extended.
This program is for students who wish to take all of their courses at Syracuse University’s Center in London. Arts and Sciences course offerings include fine arts, political science, and women’s and gender studies, among many other options. Most students choose this option.
Qualified undergraduate students enroll in 6 credits of design course work and participate in extensive field study. Students must have completed a minimum of two and a half years of architectural design.
(Spring only) Students majoring in industrial design, communications design, and interior design are invited to apply to participate in the Syracuse London design program. This program offers participants the opportunity to take courses in collaborative design and contemporary design history, complemented by studio and academic electives, in a world capital renowned for its cutting-edge design. The application deadline for this program is September 15.
(Fall only) Attendance at dramatic performances figures in the program for drama majors, but there is an added emphasis on developing and honing acting skills. Collaboration with the Globe Theatre has resulted in a series of specially designed workshops conducted by practitioners at the Globe.
(Fall only) Computer Science students will find their major- or minor-specific courses on this fall-only program. You’ll combine two CIS courses with an arts & sciences course and a visual and performing arts course.
Talk to recent Syracuse London students!
The best way to understand what to expect in London is to talk to someone who has already participated in the program. Our London global ambassadors took part in London road races, interned a multinational organizations, and took advantage of Syracuse London field trips – ask them about London!