A hub of culture, business, politics, and academia, London is a culturally rich venue for those who aspire to become a global citizen.

Located in the heart of cosmopolitan London, Notre Dame’s largest gateway offers abundant academic, service, professional, and networking opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, law students, and faculty.

Though London has long been a popular destination for curious undergraduates, the London Law Program is the true founder of Notre Dame’s long tenure there. Fifty years later, the London Global Gateway boasts courses and internships for law students, established academic partnerships with prestigious universities and libraries for faculty, nearly 50 internships for undergraduates, and opportunities for Ph.D. students to present and receive feedback on their work.

The London Global Gateway proudly claims two buildings, nine academic programs, a multitude of conferences, seminars, and events, and a seemingly infinite number of opportunities for faculty and students alike.

London Alumni Series: How an experience abroad helped boost Nicole Sganga's journalism career

Nicole Sganga knew from the beginning of her time at Notre Dame that she was interested in journalism, and her time in London was a confirmation that it was the right career path for her to pursue.

G.K. Chesterton library acquired by London Global Gateway

The University of Notre Dame (USA) in England has entered into an agreement to acquire the G.K. Chesterton Library, which includes books, personal effects, art and other items related to the life of this renowned 20th-century English Catholic writer, orator, apologist and provocateur.

Off the beaten track: Notre Dame law students discover Buckfast Abbey

Staying at the Buckfast Abbey, a Benedictine monastery active since 1018, fifteen law students took part in activities which took them off the beaten track, both literally and figuratively.

300 languages spoken in London

15 million people visited the theater in 2017

270 underground stations in London

8,500 iconic red buses