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American InterContinental University
110 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4RY London
+44 (0)207 467 5600
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The AIU Campuses

American InterContinental University is a multi-campus institution with branches in the following locations:


    AIU Buckhead – Main Campus
    3330 Peachtree Road, NE
    Atlanta, Georgia 30326
    Tel: 404.965.5700
    Fax: 404.965.5701
    Toll Free: 888.591.7888

    AIU Dunwoody
    6600 Peachtree-Dunwoody Road
    500 Embassy Row
    Atlanta, Georgia 30328
    Tel: 404.965.6500
    Fax: 404.965.6501
    Toll Free: 888.574.9888


    AIU Los Angeles
    12655 West Jefferson Blvd.
    Los Angeles, California 90066
    Tel: 310.302.2000
    Fax: 310.302.2001
    Toll Free: 1.888.594.9888


    AIU South Florida
    2250 N. Commerce Parkway
    Weston, Florida 33326
    Tel: 954.446.6100
    Fax: 954.660.4100
    Toll Free: 1.888.603.4888


    AIU Online
    5550 Prairie Stone Parkway, Suite 400
    Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60192
    Toll Free: 1.877.701.3800
    Toll-Free Fax: 1.866.647.9403


    AIU Houston
    9999 Richmond Avenue
    Houston, Texas 77042
    Tel: 832.201.3600
    Fax: 832.201.3637
    Toll Free: 1.888.607.9888


    American University in Dubai
    Sh. Zayed Road
    P.O. Box 28282
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Tel: 971.4.399.9000
    Fax: 971.4.399.8899


    AIU London
    110 Marylebone High Street
    London, WIU 4RY
    Tel: 44.20.7467.5600
    Fax: 44.20.7935.8144
    U.S. Toll Free: 1.888.567.5888

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Marylebone Village and London

John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived here as have Madonna and Guy Ritchie. Marylebone, an area in the City of Westminster within the larger city of London (London is made up of 32 such boroughs) is a vibrant, stylish, diverse, and colorful neighborhood. AIU London is right on its main street, Marylebone High Street. But before we introduce you to Marylebone-pronounced either Mar(i)-lee-bone or Mar'l-e-b'n-let's look at the larger city of London.

The capital of the U.K. and the most populous city in the European Union (about 7.5 million in the city proper and a total of 14 million when including the metropolitan area), London is a city unlike any other. There are more than 300 languages spoken within the city and 50 non-indigenous communities with a population greater than 10,000. London produces 17 percent of the U.K.'s GDP and is one of the world's major business, political, fashion, and cultural centers.

If the London metropolitan area were a country, it would be the 13th largest economy in the world. More than 100 of Europe's 500 largest companies are headquartered in London, and the London foreign exchange market is the largest in the world with an average daily turnover greater than the New York and Tokyo exchanges combined.

But London isn't just business. One of the "big four" fashion capitals (alongside Paris, New York, and Milan), London is home to design houses Burberry, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Stella McCartney, and Vivienne Westwood and renowned department stores like Harrods and Harvey Nichols. London also has a world-class theatre scene and some of the best museums. In July 2005, London beat out Paris, New York, Moscow, and Madrid to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.

And now back to the neighborhood that could be your home for a few years while you attend school at AIU. Marylebone is where you'll find a sense of community within the bigger city. Escape to nearby Regents Park-London's largest-or enjoy a cup of tea or coffee at any of the coffee shops and bakeries tucked into the neighborhood's back alleys. Head to the corner pub for trivia night, curl up in a plush chair at a tiny bookstore (you won't find a Borders or Barnes and Noble here), or walk to see a musical in the West End. Being a student in Marylebone, in the heart of London, helps to ensure your AIU London education extends beyond the classroom.

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