Study in London

London is the largest city in Europe and one of the most sought after places to study.

London is the bustling, international heart of Britain and one of the most popular places in the world for working, studying and living. There are many opportunities in London and you will have an unforgettable learning experience in this multicultural environment. You will have access to the best of both worlds, surrounded by traditional companies, as well as many thriving and inspiring start-ups.

Discover the campus

Located in the heart of London, you’ll be surrounded by some of the world’s biggest corporations, excellent transport links and necessary amenities that you’ll be needing throughout your student life.

Explore London

The nearest station to our GISMA London location is just a two-minute walk away. You'll be surrounded by international cuisine at this location, as well as plenty of green space to relax in whilst on a study break.

Study in UK

GISMA's London Centre is located in the city, easily reachable via public transport and with many attractions and places to eat nearby.

GISMA London

  • Campus address:
    Bloomsbury Campus - The University of Law,
    14 Store Street,
    London, 
    WC1E 7DE

The nearest station is Goodge Street (Northern Line), with other nearby stations including Tottenham Court Road (Central & Northern Line).

As the vibrant capital of England, London is home to plenty of attractions and events:

  • Natural History Museum
    Discover the wonders of everything from dinosaurs to human evolution and visit countless pop-up exhibitions throughout the year at this historic attraction in Kensington.
  • Tower of London
    There’s plenty to discover at the Tower of London. Visit the royal palace and the prison which is located on the same grounds.
  • Tate Modern
    For art lovers, this is the go-to place in London. The organisation hosts a number of pieces from international artists as well as seasonal exhibitions.
  • The Shard
    This iconic building is one of the world’s tallest and when you experience it for yourself, you’ll understand the hype. Shoot to the top and enjoy one of the world’s best views or visit one of the tantalising restaurants.
  • Shakespeare’s Globe
    For students looking to gain an insight into English cultural heritage, Shakespeare’s Globe is the perfect place to begin.
  • Borough Market
    This market is located right by the Shard and London Bridge and is a popular location for many Londoners. Whether you’re on the hunt for cheese, fine bread or artisan milk, you’ll find your perfect meal here.
  • Covent Garden
    Covent Garden is a hot spot for amazing shopping and dining experiences. You haven’t truly experienced London until you spend a day here.
  • Oxford Circus shopping
    One of the most iconic shopping destinations in the world, Oxford Circus has something for everyone.
  • Tower Bridge
    This is something featured in almost all tourist brochures and you’ll appreciate its majesty when seeing it for yourself.

London's calendar is full of cultural events and seasonal festivals:

  • Tennis at Wimbledon
    Taking place in July each year, this grand slam tournament is staged in leafy Wimbledon.
  • London Marathon
    Get your running shoes on and pace the pavements across London in April each year.
  • Oxford Circus Christmas lights
    Watch the turning on every December and officially welcome Christmas into the city.
  • Chinese New Year celebrations
    If you’re a fan of all things Asian, this is a must-do in London.