Richmond the American International University in London is an independent not-for-profit university offering a liberal arts education. With two modern campuses in London at Richmond and Kensington a Richmond education offers global perspectives. Programmes at Richmond examine the patterns of similarities and differences between cultures and provide students with an intercultural focus.
Richmond programmes are validated by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools in the USA and in the United Kingdom by the Open University Validation System.
Richmond comprises three schools – School of Business & Economics, School of Communications, Arts & Social Sciences and the School of General Education & Centre of Modern Languages
Why Study at Richmond?
- Small teaching groups (average class size is 17)
- Dual accreditation (UK & US)
- Integrated Internships
- High contact hours
- Live and learn in a capital city
- Global student body
- Merit based scholarships
The Richmond Hill campus is based out of a six-acre site on the top of Richmond Hill where all first and second-year students study. The main building is an impressive neo-Gothic structure that houses a modern five-level library, classrooms, computer and science laboratories, art and photography studios and an auditorium.
Classes for third and fourth-year students are taught at the Kensington campus in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The campus is in close proximity to iconic landmarks like - the Royal Colleges of Music and Art, Harrods/Knightsbridge, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Geological Museum. Both campuses are well-connected to the rest of London by Tube.