Living in London
WFU’s Center for International Studies publishes a guide on living in London for Wake’s undergraduate students. To download this guide, click here: LETS GO WORRELL May 2010. This guide has very useful information about living in London and local places to visit. However, please note that part of this guide is intended for undergraduate students studying abroad in London during the school year.
Some information such as the house contacts and the pre-departure checklist, do not necessarily apply to law students studying in the summer. We are currently working on a Law London Guide. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
London Guides & City Websites
- Official London City Guide and Events in London
- Time Out London: A guide to events, attractions, culture and going out in London
- City4Free: Free things to do in London
- Lonely Planet: London
- National Geographic- London Guide
Suggested books: If you would like to purchase a travel guide about the United Kingdom and/or London specifically, we suggest the travel guides by Lonely Planet. These books can be found in most bookstores, through Amazon, or the Lonely Planet website.
Travel while in London
You will have weekends to travel outside of London. If you choose to do so, you should consider traveling with others, and leave your itinerary with your faculty director or other students who are staying in London. We also suggest letting your parents or emergency contacts back at home know where you will be traveling. Letting others know where you will be (including hostel or hotel information) at all times is a best practice for traveling in case of emergencies and for your safety.
For more information about traveling and living abroad, click here.
U.S. State Department Advisories for the United Kingdom can be obtained at http://travel.state.gov.