Ambassador House

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An International Education,
A London Location,
A Global Future

Flexible Curriculum at Richmond University

Flexible Start Dates

With the opportunity to start your
course in the Autumn (Fall) or the Spring

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British and international internships

Richmond offers all students the opportunity to take an internship

Richmond The American University in London

Academic Requirements

We accept qualifications from around the world

Ambassador House

Ambassador HouseAmbassador House sits tall, bold and full of character at numbers 26 and 28 Queens Gate Terrace, approximately halfway down this row of beautiful, old buildings. Not far from this residence are world renowned museums such as the V&A, Natural History Museum and the Science Museum, so you will never be short of incredible places to visit.

Richmond University’s Kensington accommodation is dotted around the very nearby neighbourhood, with Atlantic House, for example, only being a five minute walk away. Gloucester Road Tube Station is also nearby, offering convenient transport throughout the city, and Gloucester Road itself is overflowing with amenities such as cafes and a variety of places to socialise. You’ll also find something to remind you of home in Partridges, which stocks a range of American foods and products, just on the corner of Queens Gate Terrace.

Ambassador House is catered for by the dining hall at Atlantic House, and accommodates 60 students. All of the rooms, while of different shapes and sizes, are very spacious rooms, with some offering en suite facilities. Some of the rooms have shared bathrooms, but only with a handful of other people. Single rooms are generally allocated to resident assistants and graduating seniors.

This residence benefits from Wi-Fi and a cosy common room, with a TV and multi-region DVD player; a great place to socialise with roommates and fellow students. There are also free Laundrette facilities in the basement.

Other accommodation in Kensington:

 

Collingham Gardens

Collingham Gardens is a beautiful, Grade II listed building residing in a quiet and highly desirable area of London. It has bags of character, which is something you can’t help but notice on your approach – as you walk up the Victorian tiled entrance.

Courtfield Gardens

Courtfield Gardens is literally just a couple of minutes’ walk from Collingham Gardens. It’s not managed by Richmond University, but by a friendly company called Studio Let, who own the building and look after it very well.

Atlantic House

Atlantic House is the main building on the Kensington campus and also the biggest residence, providing accommodation for 115 students. It’s the main student hub, acting as the central administration offices at the Kensington campus and taking care of anything from academic assistance to pastoral care.