The LMH Visiting Student Programme works in partnership with various university and college Study Abroad offices and university consortiums. We currently have links with the following institutions:
- American University
- Brown University
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- George Mason University
- Haverford College
- Pomona College
- Smith College
- Swarthmore College
- The University of Pennsylvania
- The University of Richmond
- The University of South Carolina (Darla Moore School of Business)
- Vassar College
- Wellesley College
- Wesleyan University
- Wheaton College
We do not limit our applications to institutions with whom we already have agreements in place. If your institution does not currently have an established agreement with us, you may still apply through your Study Abroad office, and if your application is accepted, we will work to establish an agreement with your institution.
It is also possible to apply through IFSA-Butler and Arcadia.
If you have any questions please contact the Visiting Student Administrator.
Our application materials for the 2017-18 academic year are now available for downloading below:
- 2017-2018 Application form for Visiting Students
- Supporting Statement Form
- Visiting Students Application Guidance Notes
Please use the Guidance Notes to help you complete the application form.
We will accept applications for 2017-2018 from 1 January 2017. The final deadline for receipt of applications is 1st March 2017. You should note however that decisions on acceptance for part-year applicants (Michaelmas Term only or Hilary & Trinity Terms only) may not be made until after mid- March 2017.
In addition to transcripts, letters of recommendation and a short personal statement, applicants must also submit 2 pieces of recent academic work which are relevant to the major subject which they are applying to study at LMH. Examples of this could be an essay recently submitted for a class in the subject applied for, or a copy of a test paper taken recently.
The exception to this is Economics, which does not require written work, instead there is a test exercise which can be found on the Economics subject page.
Have a question? Check our Frequently Asked Questions area.