Why Study English in London
Take advantage of the opportunity to study English literature in London – the birthplace of countless literary movements and authors. Students have the opportunity to explore the history and culture of Bloomsbury, where Northeastern University London is located, including the well-known Bloomsbury Group which consisted of members such as Lady Ottoline Morrell, Virginia Woolf and Lytton Strachey.
Our central London location allows students to easily access literary locations such as Shakespeare’s Globe, the British Museum, British Library and South Bank Arts Complex. Theatreland is also less than 800 metres away and the National Theatre is 15 minutes away by bus. You can also celebrate both old and new literary works by visiting the likes of Platform 9 and ¾ in Kings Cross, The Charles Dickens Museum (where he wrote some of his classics), Keats’ house, Dr Johnson’s House and The Old Curiosity Shop.
If you love the idea of studying in an area steeped in literary history and culture, choose to study in London. Study at Northeastern University London.