In the Semester in London Program, students study and examine the great works while exploring how history influences the present in Europe's most cosmopolitan city.
The city's major tourist attractions, shops, and entertainment venues are all close by.
There is a broadcasting history museum where you can learn about early British television development at Alexandra Palace.
This was the site of a 1936 competition between a mechanical system invented by John Logie Baird and an electronic system developed by Marconi-EMI. The palace become the early home of BBC television and today houses an archive and museum.