St Mary's University
St Mary's University offers all the advantages of a great suburban London location with the peace and safety of the leafy, self-contained campus at Strawberry Hill. At the same time, museums, concert halls, theaters, galleries, and nightlife of central London are just an easy commute away.
Top reasons to choose to study at St Mary's include:
- Its scenic location by the river Thames in Twickenham
- Easy access to central London, but more affordable
- A charming, closely-knit campus community grounded in the Catholic philosophy
- A supportive, student-centered academic environment
- One of the highest student satisfaction ratings in the country
- A lively social calendar organized by the Students’ Union
- Excellent sports facilities
- Both dorm and host family housing options
CUA students may spend a semester or a full academic year at St Mary's, studying modules (courses) together with local students and other international students. Students normally select 4 modules per semester. These translate to four 3-credit CUA courses, as well as one 4-credit free elective.
To learn more about course offerings, visit St Mary's Modules page. Closer to the start of the semester, students will be able to view class times and check for conflicting schedules via the Timetables website.
Catered halls of residence are available on campus, and places in the self-catering hall are also available a 15-minute walk away from campus. Most international students are offered a place to live in the on-campus residential accommodation (in De Marillac Hall).
De Marillac Hall: 14 meals per week in Refectory (7 evening meals, 5 breakfasts, and 2 weekend brunches).
Homestay: 7 evening meals in Refectory. Breakfast is provide by host.