Undergraduate programmes include courses in art history, business, computer science, data science, economics, English, history, law, philosophy, politics & international relations, and psychology, as well as interdisciplinary thematic pathways including curation, sociology, STEM, and sustainability.
Students enjoy the flexibility of creating their own academic pathway from a wide range of elective courses, designed to contextualise their studies. Experiential opportunities, which are credit-bearing and co-designed with partners in industry, community, research, and education, offer the possibility of gaining additional real-world and international experience.
Degrees are taught through small seminars, lectures and tutorials, giving our students unrivalled opportunities to explore the curriculum in-depth, at a level of engagement with other students, tutors and lecturers that is second to none. Our courses are challenging and enriching, and our students are rewarded with personal development and enhanced skills.
The university believes in teaching versatile skills and behaviours, relevant to a wide range of industries. The subjects offered embed skills that are transferable to an array of careers and jobs, including arts, technology, finance, law, journalism, publishing, civil service, and advertising.
Alumni have gone on to work for prestigious companies such as Accenture, BBC, Civil Service, Deutsche Bank, M&C Saatchi, PwC and Slaughter & May. Graduates have pursued further study at leading institutions, including the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, LSE, UCL, King’s College London, the University of Chicago, the New School in New York, and Northeastern University.
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For some students, the thought of studying in such a vast city as London may be daunting, but at NU London you will enjoy the best of both worlds with a warm, supportive, friendly community in a collegiate environment from which to launch yourself confidently into London life.
London offers a huge range of accommodation options for an even wider range of budgets. We recommend near by halls or shared accommodation so you can experience living with fellow students and get straight into the swing of student life.
Many NU London students also choose to share private accommodation with fellow students. If you choose to live outside of halls, our team can help you find accommodation and other students to share with.
Students and staff continue to have full membership access to all the lending libraries, including use of the facilities: study space, wifi, printing, book borrowing privileges and access to digital resources.
Students have full membership access to the City of London’s lending libraries at the Barbican Centre, Shoe Lane and Artizan Street. Facilities offered at these libraries include study space, wifi, printing, book borrowing privileges and access to digital resources. In addition, access can be requested to the CoL research libraries - Guildhall Library and the London Metropolitan Archives.
WiFi access and IT support are provided.
We recommend you register with a local GP.
Our campus is situated in St Katharine Docks, London. An urban oasis on the Thames waterfront, St Katharine Docks are steeped in the history of London and the river upon which the city was founded.
With 38,000 square foot of space across the ground and first floors, Devon House provides exceptional facilities for current students and staff and space for the University to grow and evolve. Positioned in the centre of St Katharine Docks, Devon House is just a few minutes’ walk from the Tower of London, one of the UK’s most iconic heritage sites, and Tower Bridge, one of the most instantly recognisable structures in the world.
There are many sports facilities within a short walk from campus.
The Student Union is a student-led organisation at the heart of the student experience. The Student Union exists to promote the interests of the student body as well as planning social and extracurricular activities and providing support to student clubs and societies.
This union aims to:
NCH was the most rewarding experience. The faculty and staff are incredibly kind and helpful, and the whole atmosphere of the University is one of academic excellence. There is no better place to have one-to-one contact with first class academics and no better location to study at.
The academics at NCH are amazing and the best part of my experience. My lecturers are all outstanding and most have gone to very prestigious universities, mainly Oxford and Cambridge. My head of Faculty also teaches at Oxford, so I know that I'm getting an amazing education. Further, I have a 1-1 tutorial every week which means every lecturer knows my name, my struggles,...
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