Richmond the American International University in London

Richmond the American International University in London

London , United Kingdom
  • 40
    Acceptance Rate
  • 44
    Available Programs
  • 3000
  • 28000
    Average Cost
  • 94
    Employment Rate


American University London, situated in Richmond and Kensington, offers its students the chance to graduate with not only a UK accredited degree but also a US degree.

The undergraduate degrees explore a wide range of subjects and programmes allowing a broad based education, whereas the postgraduate programmes include the option to take specific electives that will define a degree minor/major. The key benefits that this private university offers, among others are, more academic mentorship and teaching time (15 hours per week in average) than in any other UK University, a strong focus on promoting international opportunities through a broad range of credit-based and integrated internships, and study abroad programmes in our teaching centres in Italy (Rome and Florence).

Entry requirements

Undergraduate programmes:

1. Application for Undergraduate Admission

2. Your Personal Statement

3. One Confidential Letter of Academic Recommendation

4. Official School Transcripts (if you are a transfer applicant with less than 30 credits, you must also submit official secondary school transcripts)

5. English Language Test Scores* for more information

Scholarship & funding

The university offers 2 kinds of scollarships for international students: 

1.In Country Chancellor’s 2019 Scholarship

2.In Country Presidential 2019 Scholarship English Language Requirements (Non Native English Speakers)

IELTS 5.5 


Pearsons Test of English (PTE) 51

For more information


Student life

The Office of Student Leadership offers a wide range of services and programs to promote student leadership, encourage personal development, and provide social opportunities. Student leadership can be explored through participating in clubs and societies, working as an activities or sports assistant, volunteering as an Orientation Leader, or getting involved with the Student Government.