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It was in 2015 that AMOS set up their London campus, in an economically strong city marked by the dynamism of its labor market. The originality of English culture is portrayed by humanistic values, a flexible class system, great tolerance, and impressive creativity.
This typical warm and welcoming English community atmosphere was straightaway adopted by the AMOS London team. Students can benefit from a range of different sports through their curriculum and their professional roles.
AMOS students are constantly challenged throughout their education and even more so in London. Peter Evans, the AMOS London Academic Director and specialist in major organizations such as the UK Sports Federations and UK Anti-Doping, has established a cutting-edge sports business program. Students will enjoy classes given by former top athletes and will meet with stakeholders working with major clubs and leagues such as West Ham United (Ken Sharp, Managing Director); Brighton FC (Felicity Waller, Sports & Entertainment Sponsorship), among others.
Students who attend a university in north London usually stay in Camden or Finsbury Park. Camden is very appealing because of its vibrant colours, cultural diversity and delicious food options. It’s also a great area for shopping and is conveniently located on the northern line which gives you access to the West End or city centre in just 10 minutes. Rent can be expensive but you can find good deals if you start looking early enough. Mile End is just down the street from Liverpool Street and Aldgate and has everything a student would need from supermarkets to local eateries. Since it is located on the Central Line, you can be in central London in just 10 minutes. Housing in this area will provide some of the most affordable options for students. Another East London location to look into is the Stratford area
Brixton is a thriving south London community that is one of London’s most popular areas for renting and for its nightlife. If affordable pricing isn’t enough of an appeal, the area also has several shops, bars and eateries. Another area in South London is Tooting, an up and coming community located on the North Line.
Shepherd’s Bush has a large appeal to students. One reason being the Westfield Shopping Centre, the largest shopping centre in Europe. There are also several supermarkets and convenient transportation links. Because of the area, competition can be high but like with other areas, if you start looking early enough, good deals can be found. Hammersmith is another area in West London that appeals to students. Its appeal comes from the transport connections that will get you further into central London or to other universities.
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