The University of London is the world’s oldest provider of degrees through distance and flexible learning. Since Queen Victoria awarded the University of London its Royal Charter in 1858, its study programmes have been accessible to students all over the world. Today, it is one of the largest, most diverse universities in the UK with over 120,000 students in London, and a further 50,000 studying across 190 countries, studying on 100-plus degrees, diplomas and certificates.
The programmes you study and all the materials provided are created and assessed by the University of London’s member institutions, which have international reputations for their teaching and research. For example, in the case of the Global MBA program, academic direction is provided by Queen Mary University of London. A member of the prestigious Russell Group, Queen Mary was ranked in the world’s top 25 institutions by Times Higher Education 2017 for international outlook.
When you graduate, your prestigious University of London award will be valued globally and help you to pursue sought-after careers.
The university’s alumni include many people who have shaped the world we live in, including leaders of business and industry, scientists and politicians. Six past students have won Nobel Prizes, including Derek Walcott, Charles Kao and Nelson Mandela.
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