The Notre Dame London Global Gateway is housed in the Marian Kennedy Fischer Hall, an imposing 19,000-square-foot building on the northwest corner of Trafalgar Square. The facility has served as Notre Dame's London base of operations since 1998. Built as a University Club for Oxford and Cambridge graduates, Fischer Hall now hosts Notre Dame's London-based programs and classes, as well as events such as conferences, book launches, lecture series, and recitals.
Fischer Hall, in addition to its proximity to St. James's Park, is close to Waterloo Gardens, Embankment Gardens, and the River Thames. It is near many of London's leading universities, including King's College London, the London school of Economics, and University College London.
Conway Hall is the residence building for the London Global Gateway. It is situated south of the River Thames, in the vicinity of Waterloo Station, King’s College London, and the city’s cultural Southbank Centre, and is just a 15-minute walk from Fischer Hall.
Conway Hall offers 232 beds organized in flats that are shared between the Notre Dame study abroad programs and Anglo Educational Services, an organization that houses students predominantly from other U.S. universities.