Make your semester count. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to spend a semester in a new city, earn college credit, and gain hands-on training under the guidance of industry experts. As a Northeastern student you can expand your network by taking advantage of our campuses throughout the U.S. and around the world! Semester In Programs provide hands-on experiential learning while earning credits toward a minor, concentration, and more earning minors, concentrations, and more. Open to all non-graduating Northeastern undergraduates, these programs feature courses taught by expert faculty who will guide and support you both in and out of the classroom. Get ready to spend a semester with peers from all colleges and programs as you immerse yourself in unique experiential opportunities tailored to take advantage of industry hubs around the world.
“London has the trick of making its past, its long indelible past, always a part of its present. And for that reason it will always have meaning for the future.” -Anna Quindlen, Imagined London
Semester In London is your chance to live, learn, and experience one of the great global cities as part of the Northeastern family.
The Semester In London Program is based at the New College of the Humanities (NCH) at Northeastern, one of Northeastern’s newest Colleges. Located in the heart of London, in historic Bloomsbury (right around the corner from the British Museum), NCH gives you the best of the British academic system: small classes, personal interaction with professors, and access to vibrant artistic and culture centers.
The Semester in San Francisco Program encourages a human-centric approach to innovation in the Bay Area. While living in the San Francisco, you’ll experience professional life in this exciting city by working closely with start-ups, meeting with investors and learning from CEOs through the Entrepreneurship program or exploring industry and design thinking approaches through unique extracurricular activities and coursework with our Design Immersion Studio program.