Housing and Accommodations
Housing for the Temple London Program involves dormitory-style accommodations in some of London’s best neighborhoods. Typically, during the semester and summer programs housing is located in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Some of London’s most famous streets, academic institutions, and historic sites lie in the immediate neighborhood. Occasionally during the Fall semester, Temple London students are generally housed in Nido in the King’s Cross section of London. King’s Cross is a student friendly neighborhood of London with plenty to do and see and is located steps away from the King’s Cross tube stop which connects to nearly all subway lines in London. Each student residence hall has kitchen facilities with basic cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. You will need to supply your own bath and kitchen towels. Rooms are cleaned and linen is changed weekly.
London offers world-class museums, parks, markets, galleries and much more all for free! Check it out here.
Photo Contest Winners
Congratulations to Kathryn Warburton, Ryan Farber, Caprice Hoeveler, and Ilya Tetelman winners of the Fall 2011 FIE Photo Competition. Check out theirs and other winner photos here.
Take a look at life in London through the eyes of the students themselves!
Erik Waldman Temple London Spring 2012; Major: Film & Media Arts
Follow Erik as he explores all that London has to offer during the Spring 2012 semester. Watch Erik’s latest video blog below or view all of his videos here!
Owen Pelesh Temple London Fall 2011; Major: Theater
Watch Owen on his semester abroad in London! Check out his last update below or see all of Owen’s video blogs here!
Study Away alum Jake Rasmussen was given the chance to make a phone call to his past self back during his summer in London. What advice would you make sure to give to yourself if given the chance?