- Fall: April 15
- Spring: October 15
YEAR OPTIONS: Students interested in calendar or academic year-long options should contact IFSA-Butler for deadlines, fees and more.
About City, University of London
Calling all entrepreneurs! Whether you're a start-up wunderkind or want to use your business-savvy in an existing enterprise, City is the perfect place to hone your skills. You'll thrive in a responsive, flexible environment that has close ties to business and the professional world.
City, University of London Benefits
- The university has strong ties to London's historical and financial center, known as The City; the university chancellor is the Lord Mayor of London
- Participate in IFSA's exclusive Exploring Community & Culture program in London
- Enjoy an active students' union that offers a range of social facilities and a variety of athletic, social, and cultural clubs and societies
- Excellent location for Business and STEM students (AACSB International accredited business school)
- Live and learn in London, one the world's preeminent cities
What our students say
Embracing Discomfort: Studying the Arts in London as an East Asian
4 Common Myths About STEM Students Studying Abroad
Living with Social Anxiety Abroad
Strengthening My Queer Identities in London
First Generation Student Abroad
Goodbye London, Or: It’s a New Beginning
3 Tips to Save Money Living in London
5 Visa Application Tips for the UK
Three Thousand Miles: A Strong Family Tie
How to Stay Safe While Traveling Abroad
Diversity in London: A Black and White Perspective
Coping with Recent Media Attention to Sexual Assault, and other Title IX Issues Abroad
Coming Out: The Abroad Edition
Engaging in Uncomfortable Discussions about Race
Being Black and Muslim in London
Coping with Recent Terrorist Threats in the U.K.
Cell Phones in the U.K. : A Beginner’s Guide
5 Budgeting Musts for Your First Week in London
4 Things About London That I Miss The Most
5 Things to Do in London if You’re Jewish
What’s It Like Being Queer in London?
From Foreign to Local: A Story of a Young Immigrant
A Love Letter to the East End
Why I Chose to Study a Full Year Abroad in London
4 major Financial Keys to Make Study Abroad Affordable
A Colonized Body in the Colonial Empire
Academic Support Services, My Experience in London
College vs. Uni: 4 Differences Between the American and English University Systems
Counting Pounds and Pence: Being a Low-Income Student in London
Eating My Way to Cultural Immersion
Exploring the City You’re In
How Study Abroad Helped Me Overcome Anxiety
Navigating Faith in a Post-Faith Society
On Transitioning From Home to Abroad: 4 Must-Read Tips
The First Step Abroad: Being First-Gen in London
It’s Fun Studying Abroad (IFSA)
5 Tips to Keep the “Study” in Your Study Abroad
On London Time: Adjusting to Life Abroad in London & Beyond
5 Steps to Getting the Most Out of London
How Study Abroad Changed My Life – A Digital Story
The 2 Best Tips for Traveling With the Tube
How London Taught Me About Diversity
London on a Budget
In Defense of Being Alone (or, Christmas and the Case of the Karmic Meat)
The Road to Becoming a True Fan
Fearless: Tips and Tricks to Calm Your Study Abroad Jitters
Immigrant Abroad: A Chinese-American in London
Alumni Advice: Don’t Let “Likes” Dominate Your Abroad Experience
How I Learned the Culture of the London Underground – A Digital Story
A Culinary Journey Through London
36 Hours in London
21 Pembridge Gardens
Any Given Weekday
The Queue: A Digital Story
Academics at City, University of London Partnership
Fall Semester* (10 weeks)
Four 4-credit courses = 16 U.S. semester credit hours
Spring Semester (13 weeks)
Four 4-credit courses = 16 U.S. semester credit hours OR
Four 4-credit courses + one 2-credit extension course = 18 U.S. semester credit hours OR
Three 4-credit courses + one or two 2-credit extension or language courses = 14-16 U.S. semester credit hours
Please review all your syllabi and course materials when you are registering for classes (both pre-arrival and on-site). Certain classes may have a one-off lab or field trip fee that is disclosed in the syllabus or first meeting of class. You will be responsible for these fees, whether they are billed and paid by IFSA or billed to you.
This subject relies on a high level of proficiency in mathematics, statistics, economics and computing; courses are generally open to actuarial science or similar majors only.
Courses are available to related majors only. Semester students may choose from a limited list of modules that are assessed by courework only. Academic year students may select from the full list.
Courses are available for full year study only, and only to engineering majors.
Limited spaces are available. Students should be majors in journalism and have a significant concentration in journalism or a closely related subject.
Restricted to academic year students for 2017-18.
Open to music majors only.
SCHOOLS OF LAW AND HEALTH
Not open to study abroad students.
Housing & Meals
The IFSA-Butler Team
IFSA-Butler has a dedicated team and staff who are here to help every student prepare and be ready to achieve their goals at every step of the way.