This program is designed for sophomores and juniors in the College of Arts & Sciences regardless of major, who wish to study in London. It is important to consult with an academic advisor to learn how the courses offered may count toward University Core requirements, an academic major, or general elective credit.
The London Liberal Arts London program is housed at Regent’s University in the heart of London, England. Regent’s University is a center of academic excellence in the heart of London, one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Offering world-class university facilities for students, the Regent’s University campus is home to five internationally respected learning institutions. Students may select four to five courses from among the offerings at Regent’s University. Courses have been pre-approved by JCU for credit.
- Academic Programs
- RACL Draft Schedule – Fall 2014 Subject to change
- Course descriptions (called “Modules”)
- Academic Calendar
- Information for International Students
- Fact Sheet 2015-2016
Living in London
Outside the classroom the welfare of Regent’s students is important. Dedicated and experienced staff are on hand to assist with accommodation, welfare, social activities, and any other student concerns.
The Tate Library and IT services provide a comprehensive range of study resources. Regent’s College also boasts excellent cafés and restaurants, good sporting facilities, and an active social calendar.
The student service team can advise on healthcare, counseling and disability issues, whilst their knowledge of London can help you make the most of your stay.
Financial Aid Information
Students are able to apply all their financial aid, with the exception of work study, to the London Liberal Arts Program. This includes scholarships, federal, and state aid. Students on employee benefits packages are not eligible for these benefits on this program. Please consult the Office of Financial Aid for further information.
|Program Costs (Fall 2014)
Estimated Costs (not billed by JCU)
TOTAL BUDGET: $27,110
How to Apply
Admission to this program is based on academic standing and student maturity. Applications are due March 1 for the following Fall Semester.
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