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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Summer, Summer I
  • Restrictions: Non-Fairfield applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Arrival Date Departure Date
Summer I 2019 02/01/2019
02/15/2019 TBA TBA
Summer 2019 02/01/2019
02/15/2019 TBA TBA

Indicates that deadline has passed
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction: English Nomination Required: No
Housing Options: Dormitory Minimum GPA: 3.00
Class Eligibility: Freshman, Junior, Sophomore Credit Type: Fairfield Credit
Type of Student: I am a non-Fairfield student wishing to study on a Fairfield Program Internships: Yes
Service Learning: No Great for these academic disciplines: Drama, Film Studies, Theater, Theatre
Program Description:
About London
London ranks as one of top 3 best places to study abroad! London is not just a capital city - the center of British politics and governments - it is an international center of excellence for business, culture and the arts. With more students than any other city in Europe, London is an extraordinary place to live and study. There is something for everyone in London and student life is full of unlimited opportunities.The CampusQueen Mary University London (QMUL) consists of five campuses spread out across the city. Fairfield summer students will reside in the Mile End campus. The Mile End Campus is a unique urban campus in London’s diverse and multicultural East End. QMUL provides students with a truly international experience in one of the most culturally-diverse areas of London. QMU has more than 15,000 undergraduate students and has students from over 45 countries. 

Hear about QMUL from students here:
Virtual Tour:

QMUL wants you to feel at home the moment you arrive in London. You’ll have our full academic and pastoral support while you’re there. Orientation is designed to make you feel at home straight away. You will be given practical advice about living and studying in London (and offered optional social events like a student boat trip down the River Thames, so you get to see London’s historic riverside while relaxing with your fellow students). Students will be connected with site-staff upon arrival and will be provided with a welcome lunch, theater night, and a tour of the city and campus. Information regarding course registration, student safety, sports clubs and societies, student health, library services, etc. will be also provided. 

Courses in Theatre and Drama
QMUL has a variety of courses in which students can enroll. Summer School courses are three or 6 weeks long and transfer back as 3 to 6 credits. Please see the QMUL course offering for the complete list and course descriptions. Here is an example of the courses offered for 2018:
Artistic Rebellion in London and Paris
British Cinema from 1960 to the Arrival of Channel 4
British Horror and Fantasy Cinema from Dracula to Harry Potter
London Performance Past and Present
Presentation of London in Modern European Literature, Fine Art and Film
Screenwriting in London: Feature Film Fiction

As a QMUL Summer School student, you have a guaranteed place on campus in comfortable accommodation on the QMUL Mile End campus. You’ll have an en-suite single room in one of the comfortable self-catering flats, so you can meet other students and make friends while you are here. Breakfast is included in your accommodation (so that’s one less thing for you to think about…). Included in your housing is bedding and towels, weekly cleaning service,  and free Wi-Fi. In your shared kitchen, you’ll find a stove, microwave, freezer and kettle, toaster, with a mini-fridge in your bedroom. Basic crockery, cutlery and utensils will also be provided.Visa Information                                                                                                                                                 
Visas are not required for a summer program unless you are participating in the internship. Academic Solutions will provide the necessary information for internship students.  

Application and DeadlinesProgram Dates:
Summer I: June 22- July 13 (3 week)
Summer II: July 16- August 8 (6week)
Summer: June 22- August 8 Internship

Application Deadline: 
March 15 (rolling admission)
Students applying to study abroad at QMUL must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 as well as meet the remaining Fairfield University study abroad approval requirements. This program is competitive and applicants are expected to exhibit a high level of maturity, independence, and seriousness of purpose.

Program cost:
June 22-July 13 2018 (3 week) $5,250
June 22-August 8 2018 (6week) $9,475
June 22-August 8 Internship $7,200

This unique Fairfield summer program gives you the opportunity to work at one of London's theatres or cinemas, while staying in comfortable accommodation at Queen Mary University London . It also includes a wide variety of activities and excursions to get you behind the scenes of London's theatre and film culture, finishing off with a bang at the world-famous Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland!

Have the unique opportunity to work at one of London's theatres or cinemas:


Orientation, activities and excursions include:

* Airport collection with private transfer
* Welcome Lunch
* Theatre outings
* Guided London Tour
* Overnight excursion to Stratford-upon-Avon
* Costume Tour
* Meeting with Theatre Director
* Harry Potter Studios experience
* Backstage tour
* Opera Night
* Farewell Dinner

Program Cancellation
After the program balance deadline, students who withdraw are subject to a cancellation fee.The amount of the cancellation fee will be determined by the Fairfield University Office of Study Abroad after a review is conducted of the non-refundable expenses that have already been incurred. These direct non-refundable expenses will begin to incur as soon as commitment is made to the study abroad program; they may include tuition, housing, and orientation fees. The cancellation fee may be as high as $5,000 or more.

All Fairfield University students participating in this program are automatically enrolled in CISI Health Insurance from the start date to the end date of their study abroad program. There is no additional cost to the student.

Fairfield University requires that all travel done independently from the program be registered with CISI for emergency purposes. Independent travel can be registered by logging into individual CISI accounts. Students will be able to log-in once insurance cards are issued (within a month of departure).

To view detailed information regarding the Fairfield University Office of Study Abroad insurance agreement with CISI, please see the following CISI website:    

This program is currently not accepting applications.