Gabelli London Centre students, out and about in the UK
Areas of Study , Global , London , Stories Stories from Abroad | Apr 19, 2012 | Nicole Gesualdo
Rose Hill students know that one of the coolest features of their campus is that they’ve got free rein to explore New York City, which unfolds immediately beyond the gates.
Fordham London Centre students have a similar advantage. Right outside the boundaries of Heythrop College — where Gabelli students can study in fall, spring or summer — lies one of the most historically and culturally fascinating cities in Europe.
Rest assured that our students get out there.
Here we have some Gabelli students with their University of San Francisco classmates (who also are a big part of the London program) on a visit to Kensington Square. They’re outside the home of renowned 19th-century philosopher John Stuart Mill. You can see the circular blue-green wall plaque — a marker that distinguishes many of the London homes where famous historical figures once lived.
And below, we have the London Centre students inside the city’s Supreme Court, where they were accompanied by Professor McGrath. The group toured the court and then observed the judges during an appeal hearing. Students had a great discussion about the differences between the English and U.S. legal systems — valuable information for anyone interested in international business or international business law.
Could studying in London be in your future? Think about the possibilities. Click here to learn more, or contact Dean Michael Polito, the director of international programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Graham Bolton, director of the London Centre, for these photographs.