Places still available at Richmond, The American International University in London

Places still available at Richmond, The American International University in London

by Richmond, The American International University in London
Richmond, The American International University in London

“We’re doing everything possible to help students apply during these challenging times”

While the current situation with exam results and the implications for starting university may be a concern for some students, an American University in London based in Richmond and Kensington is pulling out all the stops to make sure that students can still start a degree programme this September.

Angie Milan, Director of Marketing, Communications and Recruitment at the University, said, “Getting exam results is a stressful time for everyone involved, and that’s never been more true than this year with the added complexity the coronavirus situation has brought.”

“However at Richmond, we’re doing everything possible to help students apply during these challenging times, from providing additional resources in our Recruitment and Admissions teams to making our current students available through UCAS’s Unibuddy service, where applicants can connect with our students and answer their questions.”

"We are hearing from lots of applicants but we do still have places available on a range of programmes, so if you’d like to study at Richmond please get in touch with us at enquiries@richmond.ac.uk  to discuss your options.”

Students will be able to study one programme and gain two degrees, as Richmond is the only university in the UK which can award both a UK and US degree for all students, offering opportunities on both sides of the Atlantic and internationally.  From Psychology to Business Management: Entrepreneurship at undergraduate level, to Luxury Brand Management and Master of Business Administration (MBA) for postgraduates, a real spectrum of programmes is available.

One of the first universities in the UK to introduce American Liberal Arts to higher education, Richmond pioneered this multi-disciplinary approach, offering students more choice, freedom and diversity and providing an unrivalled experience.  This style of education provides students with a broad, US multi-disciplinary foundation combined with the British approach of in-depth study in a specific area of interest.

In line with social distancing measures, the new academic year at Richmond will commence initially with teaching online from Monday 28 September and on-campus teaching will start at Richmond on Monday 2 November with on-campus orientation taking place from 26-30 October.

With students from over 60 countries, drawn in equal measure from the US, UK, EU and internationally, the University’s commitment to internationalism is embraced in its motto, ‘Unity in Diversity’.   This internationalism is combined with a strong sense of community and support from faculty and staff, with students benefitting from small class sizes and an award-winning Student Affairs team.

For anyone who would like help to fund their studies, the University offers a wide range of scholarships for both undergraduates and postgraduates.  All students at Richmond also have the opportunity to do an internship which provides credits towards their degree and enhances their career options. 

Interested in finding out more? The University’s Recruitment and Admissions team would be happy to answer any questions, enquiries@richmond.ac.uk.

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