The University of London, the site of the program, is one of the oldest and largest universities in the United Kingdom. It is a "federation" of 19 separate colleges, plus many specialized Institutes, and several residence halls. The campus is centrally located on four of London's major underground lines, and provides a gateway to the many attractions of the city, as well as easy access to other major European cities by plane or train.
All of Southwestern's courses will be taught in the Brunei Gallery, which is a comfortable, modern building located on the University of London campus in the heart of central London, across the street from the northwest corner of Russell Square in the Bloomsbury district, just one block north of the British Museum.
Housing with private showers and toilets, and daily breakfast, has been arranged for all students in College Hall, a University of London residence hall located across the street from campus, less than a two-minute walk from classes.
The program will take advantage of its London location with organized visits to some of the city's entertainment, media and cultural institutions and law firms as well as guest lectures by leading practitioners. With classes meeting four days a week, students also will have ample opportunity to explore London and other European cities on their own.