Spring in London 2021

It’s been a while, but we are delighted to say that we have resumed in-person programming! We currently have a small group of students in London on a 10-week business and psychology programme. They have been taking classes remotely with our UK faculty while in 10-day quarantine, and will continue … Continue Reading

New offerings for 2020

We are really excited to announce our new remote learning experiences for summer 2020: #nopassportneeded! Our new ‘London Perspectives’ programme focuses on our faculty’s exceptional knowledge and expertise, bringing them to you in this time of staying indoors. Watch our brand new video to hear what they have to say! … Continue Reading

Parliament Past and Present

We enter Parliament through its oldest surviving section, Westminster Hall. The sudden quiet is bracing, as the building’s six-foot-thick stone walls insulate us from the busy background hum of London. This imposing space invites solemn reflection on the past and a bit of unabashed rubbernecking too.  It was the largest … Continue Reading

Happy New Year from GEO in London!

Dear Friends, We’ve had a great (and super busy!) year, with two brand new programmes: ‘The Genius of Study Abroad‘ and a Pre-Freshman course, as well as our longstanding favourites: summer journalism and our fall and spring semesters We look forward to an exciting 2017, including all of the above, plus: … Continue Reading

Great James Street

We’re based on this beautiful street in Bloomsbury, in the Borough of Camden. Most buildings around us date back to 1720.

Tea and Cake

Tea and cake is a food staple in London! Luckily we have an amazing tea room just round the corner!

Arthur’s Seat

Arthur’s Seat is a mountain on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Scotland. Every semester we take our students on a three-day visit to this beautiful city.

The River Thames

The Thames was once one of the busiest rivers in the world. Today it’s rather less congested, but is still very much the heart of London.


The BBC is a British institution and known throughout the world, so we aim to take our News Journalism students there during the summer.