Richmond, The American International University in London

About the institution

Richmond, The American International University in London is the oldest and largest fully accredited American university in the UK. It has two campuses in Richmond and Kensington. The university takes a liberal arts approach – students don’t focus on one main subject, but a whole variety of subjects such as literature, science, mathematics and business. On completing their studies, students qualify with an American degree and, in many cases, a UK degree as well.

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