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First up is Sachi—Sachi is in the Gemstone Research Program with me at the University of Maryland, and she studied abroad in London this past semester. She returned to the U. Give a short overview of your host school—what did you like or dislike about it, or your classes? My host school was located within central London, so it was very much a city school.
Because of that, a lot of students lived at home and commuted to class. Similarly, since they have to declare their concentrations in Year 1, they stay with the same cohort throughout all of their classes. It was very hard to meet local students, so almost all of my friends were Exchange students. Classes also only met once a week for two hours at a time. What were your housing options while abroad?
What did you ultimately choose? What did you like or dislike about your housing choice? Housing was not provided by either our host or home universities. While a list of recommendations was given, the Maryland students ultimately ended up choosing to live in Britannia Student Services Housing. Most of the Cass students end up living in Islington, closer to the school. However, since we only went to class times a week, it made sense to live closer to the hustle and bustle so that we could explore more.
My location is probably one of the biggest things I miss now that I am back in Maryland, because I would literally step out of my apartment and tourists would be out and about shopping and enjoying the city. There was also a Pret right across the street, which we would visit almost every day. What were your favorite and least favorite things about your host city? London always has things going on, and it is so easy to find things to do.
For instance, for the London Games Festival , a large monopoly board was placed on Trafalgar Square, and that was really cool! In terms of the top 5 must see places, I recommend the following:. I visited places like the Sky Garden, the Shard, and the London Eye, but so many other buildings will give you incredible views. Borough Market: If you are a foodie, then Borough Market is the place to be. Tower of London: The Tower tells you a lot about the history of the Norman invasion and the progression of the city since then.