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.

Notre Dame dedicates G.K. Chesterton collection in London

Led by President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., the University of Notre Dame hosted a dedication ceremony Oct. 27 at its London Global Gateway to celebrate the acquisition of the G.K. Chesterton Collection.

Valedictorian is first researcher to access Chesterton Collection at London Global Gateway

Stiller’s thesis on Chesterton led him to apply for funding to be the first researcher to use the materials in their new home, in his old school building.

Former President of the Republic of China, Ma Ying-jeou, visits the London Global Gateway

After spending time with a small group of undergraduate and law students, Ma Ying-jeou addressed a gathering of 100 people in an event organized by the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, supported by SOAS China Institute and NDI.

300 languages spoken in London

15 million people visited the theater in 2017

270 underground stations in London

8,500 iconic red buses