The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff are our highest priority.
We are taking all necessary steps to ensure our students are supported, closely following UK Government guidance.
We will ensure that all of our applicants and offer holders will be kept updated with the latest information on teaching for programmes due to commence in Fall 2022.
WE CAN OFFER YOU
- 23 Undergraduate programmes including International Relations, Psychology (BPS Accredited) and International Business
- Our students voted Richmond in the top five London universities for overall satisfaction levels on the quality of the course in the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS)
- More teaching hours than equivalent UK university programmes
- Small class sizes providing a more personal approach
- Extensive internship and study abroad opportunities
- From 2020/21 overseas students can stay in the UK for 2 years
- Generous scholarships
OUR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
- Accounting and Finance (BSc)
- American Studies (BA)
- Art History & Visual Culture (BA)
- Business Management: Data Analytics (BA)
- Business Management: Entrepreneurship (BA)
- Business Management: International Business (BA)
- Business Management: Human Resource Management (BA)
- Communications: Advertising & PR (BA)
Gain an outstanding American education in London, the world’s top student city
London has been crowned the world’s top city for students for the third year in a row, according to a new survey which looks at the best places to live and study around the world.
QS, July 2021
Hear from our Alumni
“London is a truly international city and a liberal arts degree stands out to employers as it shows an individual with a well-rounded academic background.
Post-graduation I have found that my degrees from Richmond (both UK and US accreditations) have opened many doors both in London and abroad.
Richmond offers an unparalleled course catalogue alongside a uniquely diverse student population which results in an outstanding liberal arts degree enabling flexibility for future careers.”
– Katrina Sahlberg BA Economics