About London - Goldsmiths


Founded in 1891, Goldsmiths is a world-renowned centre of The Arts with many famous artists, past and present, amongst its alumni – it now forms part of the University of London. The college is located in New Cross, South East London, close to historic Maritime Greenwich and well connected to the rest of London.

Recommended ages: 12-17 (students younger than 12 not accepted)

Programme Dates

TURN 1: 01 Jul – 15 Jul
TURN 2: 15 Jul – 29 Jul
TURN 2: 29 Jul – 12 Aug

Goldsmiths – Programme Highlights

  • Central London only a 5 minute train journey with 2 train stations 1 minute walk from campus
  • Weekly zones 1-2 travelcard provided
  • All facilities on enclosed campus – classrooms, dining, sports & activities
  • Onsite cinema
  • Netball and Tennis courts with a large field perfect for football


  • Recently refurbished single rooms with a private bathroom, in flats of 6-8 rooms with a social space for students to relax in
  • The majority of the accommodation is located inside the campus with additional rooms available opposite the main site entrance
  • Spacious rooms with a desk and a chair
  • 24-hour security on campus to ensure the students’ welfare



  • London Heathrow

    1hr 20mins

  • London Gatwick

    1hr 20mins

  • London Stansted

    1hr 20mins

Goldsmiths, London New Cross


  • 10 minutes by train to London Bridge from New Cross Gate
  • Modern and spacious classroom facilities and lecture halls
  • Newly refurbished canteen (2014/2015) and servery
  • Great Hall in the Richard Hoggart Building ideal for talent shows and formal ceremonies
  • Student’s Union space used for evening discos and karaoke
  • On campus shop, bank. cafe and coffee stand.
  • Outdoor sports pitch offering leafy green space in central London.