Most US study abroad students come to London not expecting any sort of language barriers, considering that we speak the same language. However, I was surprised to find out this is...

London is huge. It’s 607 square miles. To put that in perspective, New York City is 304.6 square miles—London is almost double the amount New York City which is the largest...

Going out of London was somewhat mind boggling because of the way that the city just dissipates. All that is left is the rural beauty with sheep, cows, hills, water, and...

London is known for its incredible artistic influence, so it’s no surprise that street performers are extremely common throughought the city. In this post, I’ll highlight some of the different areas...

Shoreditch has been my home for the past month, and although I’ve enjoyed living here, most of the activities I’ve done with CEA have required me to take a Tube into...

In this video, I give a tour of the Alexander Fleming Halls of Residence, as well as a few of the local stores surrounding it that are an essential part of...

There’s no doubt that internships and study abroad boost your résumé. You set yourself apart by having lived and studied in another country, you discover career paths when you take an...

After a few weeks of getting acquainted with the city, the CEA London family hopped on a train for Windsor. Windsor is a town just west of London, and is home...

The trip over to United Kingdom was difficult, including a connecting flight with only an hour in between. There were so many bumps along the way, but getting to London was...

When I envisioned finally touching down at London Heathrow and being set loose in the city, something that I’ve been waiting for more than a year, I expected it to be...