Spelman College students Kameron, Asha, and Syundai tell all! Hear their thoughts on in-country staff support, adapting to the local culture and studying abroad.
Challenge your critical thinking skills, earn valuable research credits, and experience one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the world on this innovative research program with the prestigious Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London.
Research projects focus on the biomedical sciences with projects in biomechanics, cardiovascular sciences, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology, molecular biology, parasitology, pharmacology, physiology, reproductive immunology, and welfare. Dedicated projects for students may include: Cardiovascular Biology; Cell & Molecular Biology; Developmental Biology; Molecular & Microbiology; Orthopedic Imaging; Parasitology; and Reproduction.
The Arcadia Staff in London was awesome... [They] took us to a theater and they gave us a scavenger hunt so we were able to see a lot of different landmarks in the city. ”
Spelman College Student, STEM Summer Research - London
You will take part in many cultural excursions planned by Arcadia London Center staff. These experiences are designed to immerse you in British heritage in different ways and to gain an understanding of the people, place and traditions that have shaped and continue to shape society.
RVC is a member of the vast University of London system and as a student you are entitled to use the libraries and facilities of most other member colleges and institutions, which provides you with unlimited research resources.
Learn more about our Arcadia London Center.
As a participant on an Arcadia program, you are guaranteed housing. Our priority is to provide a safe, clean, cost-effective and convenient place for you to live, while offering you every opportunity to explore the local culture and community.Housing
Student health, safety and security in England are our top priorities. Our experienced and well-connected staff are prepared to deal with any emergencies that may arise...Health & Safety