University of London International Programmes

Why University of London International Programmes?

The University of London is a federation of 17 independent member institutions of outstanding global reputation, ranging from larger universities such as UCL or King’s College London to smaller specialised institutions such as the Royal Academy of Music or the Courtauld Institute of Art.

There are research institutes, united through the School of Advanced Study, offering postgraduate study and research in the humanities. The University of London Institute in Paris also offers flexible and distance learning programmes.

Whether students prefer the flexibility of distance learning courses or studying with the support of a recognised teaching centre local to you, they become a University of London student and join the world class.

Students have access to the university's online library available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Library resources include more than 5m academic journals, professional legal databases and a collection of e-books.

International Students

The University of London is one of the world's leading academic institutions, internationally recognised as a centre of excellence.

Its flexible approach offers a great range of study options. Distance learning allows students to study wherever they are, using study materials and online learning resources that are designed for active learning. They may also connect with other students on their course around the world via the virtual learning environment.

Students can achieve a prestigious qualification which will be valued globally. This reputation is based on the impressive track record of the colleges of the University of London, which have an international standing for their teaching and research.

Former students have won Nobel Prizes, governed countries and written great works of literature. They also work in education, banking and the legal profession, or as business leaders and managers.

What Students Say:

"I was attracted to the University of London because it is very prestigious and the International Programmes are independent in nature. I really liked the fact that I did not have to attend any hectic university lectures and also follow any strict timelines for submitting assignments. The course was very flexible and hence I could fulfil other day-to-day commitments while studying my degree."

Anisul Hassan, Law

Quick Facts

  • In 1858, the University of London was the first university to offer long distance learning
  • Nelson Mandela spent many of his 27 years of imprisonment studying law through the University of London
  • The Chancellor of the university is Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, who has been in post since 1981

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Student Testimonials

"I was attracted to the University of London because it is very prestigious and the International Programmes are independent in nature. I really liked the fact that I did not have to attend any hectic university lectures and also follow any strict timelines for submitting assignments. The course was very flexible and hence I could fulfil other day-to-day commitments while studying my degree."