Britain are taking a squad of just 16 swimmers to the event in Windsor, which starts on December 6.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss said: “The team is a mixture of some of our established Olympians and younger swimmers who will benefit from exposure to the world stage as they prepare for the next Olympic cycle.
“The meet provides a good opportunity early in the cycle to build positive team culture and behaviours and work on short course skills.”
Plymouth College pupil Stephens is currently in Arizona at a Great Britain altitude training camp.
The British Swimming team comprises:
Adam Barratt – National Centre, Loughborough
Charlie Boldison – University of Stirling
Max Litchfield – City of Sheffield
Stephen Milne – Perth City
Ross Murdoch – University of Stirling
Mark Szaranek – Edinburgh University
Dan Wallace – University of Stirling/Warrender
Andrew Willis – National Centre, Bath
Georgia Coates – City of Leeds
Georgia Davies – National Centre, Loughborough
Kathleen Dawson – University of Stirling
Hannah Miley – Garioch
Molly Renshaw – National Centre, Loughborough
Laura Stephens – Plymouth Leander
Chloe Tutton – City of Cardiff
Abbie Wood – National Centre, Loughborough