University of London
The University of London (UOL), established in 1836, is England's fourth oldest university and is a federal university comprising 18 separately incorporated Colleges and 11 central Institutes. All Colleges and Institutes of the University award University of London degrees. Most degrees have a Lead College which takes responsibility for academic development
The academic development for each qualification offered to international study students is undertaken by Colleges of the University. Individual academic staff from the Colleges is directly involved in the delivery of the international study programme. They develop the syllabi, write study materials, set examination papers and mark scripts. As a result, high academic standards are maintained.
The University of London offers a wide variety of qualifications to both its internal students studying at one of the Colleges and to its international study students studying in one of over 190 countries around the world.
Through the international study programme, you may study for either an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification. You may also study individual modules from the selection offered as short courses.
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