January in London, England

  • Roehampton
  • London
Spend part of your summer in London studying at the top-ranked ‘best modern university in London’. Set on a beautiful and historic campus, this study program offers a personalised academic experience that will help you become the kind of graduate employers are looking for: a confident, critical thinker, able to adapt to a changing world, with an ongoing passion for your subject.

Special Offer

2 x $500 Travel Scholarship – January in London, England: 2019

CISaustralia would like to offer two lucky students a $500 travel scholarship for the January in London, England: 2019 program. All students who have applied for, been accepted into and paid a deposit for the program will automatically be entered into the draw. The scholarships will be drawn on 19 November 2018. Terms and Conditions.

Study in England’s bustling urban capital, London, at the only parkland campus in a central London borough: the University of Roehampton. Enjoy both the feel of a traditional university campus, with the culture of one of the greatest cities in the world. From Trafalgar Square to Notting Hill, and Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, this city has so much to see and do. 

On this program, you have the opportunity to:

Participate on a summer program designed specifically for CIS – on this 2.5-week January program specifically designed by the University of Roehampton for CIS students, participants enjoy all that the University of Roehampton and London have to offer, while choosing from a unique range of courses that align with the Australian university summer break. 

Develop a better understanding of the history, art and society of London – visit some of the city’s most celebrated monuments and art-historical sites, as well as London’s prominent museums and historical locations such as the Museum of London, Westminster Abbey, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and Tate Britain. 

Study globalisation and deepen your thinking about this important topic – think more about the new world order where moral, economic, political and ecological issues are intertwined, and debate about the future of society.

Take a course on media and social change – consider the ways in which non-fiction media (such as news, documentaries and journalism) articulate and explore contemporary experiences of profound social change, while focusing on the changing landscape of social class, race and ethnicity, and asking how the media engages with these changes and presents them to the public.

Be a part of a university that gives you the best of both worlds – enjoy the feel of a traditional university campus, with the culture of one of the greatest cities in the world!

Take advantage of a perfect location – live and study in London, 6 miles from London’s West End, and discover all this energetic city has to offer, not to mention the ease of travel to the rest of the UK and Europe!