London provides the environment for examining British history, literature, theology and art. The faculty consists of a professor who accompanies the group, along with faculty from London universities and colleges. Along with lectures and assigned readings, professors add study sessions at sites such as the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the British Museum, as well as field trips outside London. Each faculty member also provides a list of appropriate excursions for students to undertake on their own. Students are housed in London borough of Kensington and Chelsea, within walking distance of modern classroom facilities and a computer lab.