Location: New Cross, Southeast London, England
Term: Fall semester (Sept.-Dec.), spring semesters (Jan.-June), academic year (Sept.-June)
Type of Program: Full time university enrollment
Language of Instruction: English
Fields of Study: Most subjects in the arts, humanities, social sciences, business, computing
Goldsmiths' tight-knit, urban campus offers a learning environment that combines academic excellence, creativity, and innovation. The college's departments cooperate in interdisciplinary ways to offer new perspectives and insights into each other's subjects.
Hampshire students have the opportunity to study in London, England through our institutional affiliation with Goldsmiths University London. Goldsmiths is a very creative place, and provides a positive, innovative, and challenging environment in which to learn.
Founded in 1891, Goldsmiths has a rich academic heritage and an inventive approach to education. Goldsmiths has over 8,000 students, including undergraduate, graduate, international, and study abroad students. It offers 15 academic departments teaching and researching creative, cognitive, cultural, and social subjects.
Students take four (4) courses or a total of 60 credits (called "modules") alongside both degree-seeking and study abroad students. Participants choose from courses in the following subjects: Anthropology; Art (Curating, Fine Art, and Textiles); Communication Studies; Computing; Cultural and Social Studies; Dance Movement Therapy; Design; Drama and Theatre Arts; Education; English and Comparative Literature (Cultural Studies and English); History; History of Art; Languages (French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish); Music (Academic, Creative, Practical, and Technical Studies); Politics and Economics; Psychology; Sociology; and Visual Cultures.
Some course restrictions and prerequisites apply. Carefully review module options for detailed information on what is being offered during the current or upcoming academic year.
Photo by Hillary Ponte 11F, Fall 2012 Program Participant
Students arrange their own housing through the Goldsmiths accommodation office. The accommodation offers bright single rooms with en suite or standard accommodation. En suite consists of your own shower, toilet, and washbasin, and a shared kitchen. In standard accommodation, kitchen and bathrooms are shared. For more information, please see Study Abroad Student Accommodation.
Hampshire Exchange Fees and Financial Aid provides detailed information on the fee policy, withdrawal policy and how financial aid may apply.
The Hampshire exchange program at Goldsmiths University is open to Division II Hampshire College students.
Review detailed information on eligibility requirements and policies in the Hampshire College Handbook under Exchange, Field Study, and Short-term Field Courses.
Contact the GEO program manager: