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Studying at London South Bank University is one of the best decisions I have made. The people, the location - everything here is great. A friend and program alum recommended this program to me, and I would definitely recommend it to my friends!

Matt Cassara
Marist College

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Field Trips

KEI organizes cultural activities in London during the semester and summer; plus a day trip to Stonehenge, a day trip to Oxford and an overnight excursion to Wales during the semester. Transportation, lodging and admission for planed activities are included in the program fee. KEI reserves the right to change planned excursions for destinations of equal value and interest. Excursions may change based on availability, local festivals and interest. Academic year and multiple term students participate on planned excursions during their first term of study.


London is home to countless historical and modern attractions. Your introduction to London will start with the program orientation. Additional activities in London are planned during the program. KEI's favourite places to visit in London:
  • London Eye
  • Westminster Abbey and Big Ben
  • Tower Bridge
  • Tate Modern or Tate Britain Museum
  • British Museum


Stonehenge, a collection of stones dating back 5,000 years, has been puzzling archaeologists and scientists for centuries. Set in the green Wiltshire landscape and dotted with prehistoric mounds and carvings, Stonehenge continues to enthrall the imagination and captivate the heart of every visitor.

Oxford and the Cotswolds

Oxford, City of Dreaming Spires, has been home to royalty and scholars for more than 800 years. Prime ministers, Nobel Prize winners, Alice in Wonderland and Harry Potter have all attended Oxford in one way or another. Today, the city is a bustling cosmopolitan town with a growing hi-tech community. With its mix of ancient and modern, there is plenty to see and do. See the River where Lewis Carroll took the real Alice in Wonderland, Howart's dining hall at Christchurch (when available) and the colleges where CS Lewis and JRR Tolkein taught. Paired with the Cotswolds, a region of beautiful limestone hills and picturesque villages, this is classic England.


Wales is a land of the "Red Dragon" - full of green hills, countryside and sheep! Try some Welsh Cakes, learn a new language and find out what it means to be the Prince of Wales. We visit Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre Caerphilly Castle and Big Pit Mining Museum for an underground tour with flashlight and helmet. Final stop... Tintern Abbey, a romantic ruin that inspired William Wordsworth. Absolutely gorgeous.

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