CIEE students in London often call our city home, and they’re not the only ones – London is the home address for some of the finest examples of art and artefacts in the world. London has nearly 200 museums, and one of the delights of living in this cultural capital is the fact that many of these collections can be seen for free.
CIEE London has its headquarters in London’s ‘most learned quarter’, Bloomsbury. In the heart of London’s university district and with literary neighbours that included Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes and... keep reading
Is AI an Existential Threat to Humanity? In the Southbank Centre, some of the leading experts in AI shall discuss the future of AI and technology. Hailing from MIT, Berkeley... keep reading
Here’s a whistle-stop tour of some of the theatres and plays that we are excited for in London: The Globe The home of Shakespeare, the Globe Theatre captures all the... keep reading
Brixton is in the heart of South London, it positively pulsates with energy and diversity. Its eclectic charm draws people from all walks of life, creating a unique tapestry of... keep reading
As a global city, London is home to a diverse array of cuisines. One such cuisine is Chinese food. Much like the US, Chinese food is ubiquitous throughout the UK... keep reading
Of the many ethnic communities contributing to London's diverse culinary landscape, Bengalis are significant in both the size of the community and also it's own unqique history. Bengali is believed... keep reading