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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Fall Semester
  • Budget Sheets: Fall Semester
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Eligible Population: 02 Sophomore, 03 Junior, 04 Senior Type of Program: Internship
Program Description:

London InternshipsInternship Placements in London (Semester)

Mason internship study abroad programs are destination-specific programs. Unlike traditional study abroad programs focusing on one particular subject, internship programs include students from different majors, working and studying in the same location.  The student’s internship placement within a company relative to their area of study defines their global work experience, and determines the internship course credit the student will receive. For example, a London internship program can include (but is not limited to) students majoring in Government, Economics, Art, Criminology, Conflict Analysis & Resolution, Communications, and Psychology, and more. London, England is a vibrant international city, rich in culture, arts, history, with a broad spectrum of professional internship opportunities, attracting students from all around the world, for hundreds of years.

Introducing Anglo Educational Services

Program Details

Mason Study Abroad partners with Anglo Educational Services to place students in an unpaid semester internship program. Students work three days per week, and take three courses twice a week, while living in the heart of London, in a shared student apartment. Students gain valuable global work experience and professional skills in various industry fields, while also earning Mason resident credit, and enjoying the culturally rich, historic, cosmopolitan, international city of London.

During the semester internship program, Anglo Educational Services offers student support services in-country, such as a welcome orientation, discounted passes to London attractions, 24/7 staff support, and more. 

Internship Credit Course Credit
6 credits 9 credits


Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Previously approved credits include:

  • Integrative Studies (INTS) 490 - Internship (6 credits)
  • Economics (ECON) 498 - Internship (6 credits)
  • Global Affairs (GLOA) 495 - Global Experiential Learning (6 credits)
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CONF) 385 - International Field Experience (6 credits)
  • Government (GOVT) 480 - Internship (3 credits) + Government (GOVT) 398 - Study Abroad (3 credits)
  • Psychology (PSYC) 327 - Psychology in the Community (3 credits) + Psychology (PSYC) 461 - Special Topics (3 credits)
  • Communication (COMM) 399 - Special Topics in Communication (3 credits) + Communication (COMM) 307 - Field Study in Communication (3 credits)

British Life and Culture

EU Governance

Society, Technology and Environment

3 credits 3 credits 3 credits
Taught by a faculty member at Anglo Educational Services Taught by Mason professor
Dr. Mark Houck
Register for one of the following:
  • History and Art History (HIST) 388 - Topics in European History
  • Anthropology (ANTH) 398 - Study Abroad
  • Global Affairs (GLOA) 480 - Study Abroad
Register for one of the following:
  • Government (GOVT) 398 - Study Abroad
  • Global Affairs (GLOA) 480 - Study Abroad
Register for:
  • Integrative Studies (INTS) 399 - Study Abroad

Internship Placement Process

The internship component involves students working at their internship placement 24 hours per week for four months. Please find an overview of internship fields on the Anglo Educational Services web site. Learn more about the Internship Placement Process.

Students may inquire about the type of internship opportunities in their area of study and about the complete support services offered during the program by emailing the Program Officer before enrolling in a Mason Study Abroad internship program. Please include your major, career goals, and what knowledge you wish to gain from the internship experience. 

Credits Offered

The London Semester Internship program offers students a combination of a three day per week professional internship and three high-level, academically challenging courses that examine Britain in the global perspective, focusing on historical and political aspects. The three courses are held at Anglo Educational Services Study Centre in London. Two courses are taught by faculty members at Anglo Educational Services; one course is taught by a Mason professor. Students take classes on Mondays and Fridays. Students work at their respective internship sites on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. 

Undergraduate Only

Undergraduate students take a 6-credit internship course taught by a Mason professor online through Blackboard. Students should speak to their academic advisor and their undergraduate program director about applying internship credit to their degree. Some undergraduate programs have independent research and special topics credit that may apply to this program. Some departments have specific requirements for receiving internship credit. Students are responsible for initiating the conversation with the academic department and communicating said requirements to Mason Study Abroad. Students must comply with department requirements in order to receive internship credit. Undergraduate students also take two 3-credit courses taught by professors at Anglo Educational Services and one 3-credit course taught by a Mason professor. See table above for more information.


This program is open to all undergraduate students who meet the GPA requirement and who have 45 undergraduate credits completed by the start date of the program. Students from all universities are eligible to participate. 


Student housing is in shared student apartments, in zones 1 and 2 of London.

Visa Information

A UK Tier 4 visa is required for U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens. Citizens holding passports from non-English speaking countries are required to take and pass a knowledge of English language test from an approved provider, before enrolling in the program, and before applying for a UK Tier 4 visa. Learn more about UK Tier 4 visas, here

Program Cost (Fall Semester 2017): $13,100


  • Tuition (15 credits)
  • Housing - shared student apartment
  • Hop On/Hop Off pass for Welcome Orientation City Tour
  • Travel cards for the London Underground and London bus system for use throughout the internship program
  • Internship placement
  • Pre-Departure Orientation
  • International Emergency Insurance

Not Included:

  • International airfare
  • Meals
  • UK Tier 4 visa application fee
  • UK Tier 4 visa application expediting fee & postage fees
  • Personal expenses

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Contact Information

Program Officer

Whitney Morgan
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Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall Semester 2017 04/02/2017
Rolling Admission 08/28/2017 12/19/2017

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This program is currently not accepting applications.