University of Southern California (USC) Spring Admits

Dena explains what she likes most about studying at Richmond the American University while visiting from the University of Southern California (USC).

University of Southern California (USC) Spring Admits

Study in one of the world’s most dynamic global cities, with students from over 100 different nations.

Richmond University is pleased to be able to offer a USC-approved option for students who have been accepted by USC as Spring Admits.

Richmond Hill CampusUSC Spring Admits may apply for admission to Richmond for the Fall semester and study on courses that academic credit will automatically transfer to USC and count towards their USC degree (pending successful completion of these courses).

Richmond’s three academic schools offer a variety of programs in the American Liberal Arts curriculum.

USC Spring Admits will live and study at or close to our Richmond Hill campus, located in the beautiful green borough of Richmond-upon-Thames.

Students residing at the Hill can choose from a variety of rooms from traditional US style shared rooms to single occupancy rooms.

Student accommodation is located in the impressive Main Building and also in the surrounding buildings on or near the Richmond Hill Campus.

Our Room & Board fees include 18 meals per week (3 meals per day Monday – Friday, and 2 brunches & 1 dinner at the weekend).

What can I study?
The School of Communications, Arts & Social Sciences offers courses in areas such as*:

  • Art History & Visual Culture
  • Communications
  • Film Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Psychology

Richmond Business School offers courses in areas such as*:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Fashion Management & Marketing
  • Finance & Investment
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Accounting & Finance

Richmond School of Liberal Arts offers courses in areas such as*:

  • Research & Writing
  • Creative Expression
  • Philosophy
  • Scientific Reasoning
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Chinese Language & Culture

*Classes to be confirmed

For the full list of classes that transfer at USC please click here.

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How to apply
Applying to Richmond for the TTP Freshman Year in London is easy.

Simply fill out the Direct Online Application form.

Once you have submitted the application form to Richmond, we will liaise with USC on your application. USC will share application data with Richmond, including:

  • Transcript(s)
  • Personal statement/essay
  • At least one recommendation from a teacher or counselor

You can usually expect an admissions decision from Richmond within 1 week of Richmond’s receipt of your application.

Any questions?
Please feel free to contact our Admissions Office at or 011 44 208332 8330.

Undergraduate Prospectus 2021

Meet the professor

We wanted to give you a brief introduction to what life is like at Richmond, presented by Professor and Vice President of International Programs Dominic Alessio.

Contact Us

Students joining this programme have their own personal academic advisor. Any specific queries about classes can be addressed to:
Chiara Mortarino Bowie

Any queries about housing, the meal plan or living in Richmond, pls direct to:
Oliver Brady, Residence Life Coordinator or
+44 (0)20 8332 8218

Tuition Fees – Fall 2021

One Semester $11,000

Tuition confirmation deposit for USD fee payers only – $500


Unfortunately we are unable to offer any scholarships on tuition for the upcoming intake.

Scholarships Qualifications Amount
Chancellor’s Atlantic Scholarship
(1 semester)
3.9+ GPA $4,000
Presidential Atlantic Scholarship
(1 semester)
3.7 – 3.89 GPA $2,000

Terms and Conditions: The Richmond Atlantic scholarship is only applicable to approved Visiting Student partners, any visiting student who elects to remain at Richmond and becomes degree seeking will lose this award but become eligible for existing scholarships.

I had such a wonderful experience at Richmond University. The beautiful campus was close to all the London attractions. The professors work hard with you to succeed, and I made some incredible life-long friends there. I did not want to come home.