- Fall, Spring
- Student Year
- Courses Offered By
- College of Arts and Letters, College of Engineering, College of Science, Keough School of Global Affairs, Mendoza College of Business
The University of Notre Dame’s largest study abroad program, the London Program combines academic rigor with an opportunity to experience the cultural and historical depth of London. Students immerse themselves in this city renown for celebrated literature, innovative theatre, iconic architecture, and pioneering musicians. Classroom instruction is by Notre Dame and British professors at Fischer Hall near Trafalgar Square in the heart of London’s governmental, cultural, historical, royal, and entertainment districts.
London Program coursework is appropriate for students in all Colleges. Fall semester courses include several specifically designed for and guaranteed to Health Pre-Professional students. Engineering courses for Aerospace/Mechanical majors are also offered in the spring semester. Courses for Mendoza students are offered both fall and spring terms and may vary each semester. Students carry 15 credit hours and can select among courses that fulfill many University requirements and some major requirements. Courses may immerse students in the political and cultural history of the city or lead to performance on the stage of Shakespeare’s Globe. Academic and extracurricular activities, including field trips, plays and theatre tours, museum visits, and weekend outings are offered, many within walking distance of University facilities.
The study abroad experience can be enhanced by an optional internship opportunity in innovative and prestigious corporations and institutions. Through internship positions, students gain first-hand knowledge, connections, and international work experience while enhancing their résumés. Competitive internship opportunities often are available in business, politics, the arts and entertainment, service, and more.
Students live as a group in Conway Hall, a Notre Dame residential facility supervised by program staff.