The University of London
The University of London (UoL), established in 1836, is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the United Kingdom. Comprising 17 colleges and 10 specialised research institutes, UoL has a long standing history of academic excellence.
University of London International Programmes
The University of London International Programmes is a unique endeavour to make UoL’s educational expertise and resources available to students across the globe. Notable alumni who hold a UoL International Programmes academic qualification include Mahatma Gandhi; economists such as Ronald Harry Coase and Alan Walters; renowned poets and authors such as D.H. Lawrence, Derek Walcott, HG Wells and Chinua Achebe; and Nobel Laureate, Nelson Mandela, amongst others. These international programmes are offered in association with the prestigious London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE), one of the lead colleges under the University of London International Academy. UoL International Programmes have 29 Affiliate Centres in different regions of the world. The Affiliate Centres enable students to pursue a higher education degree with the same academic standards as upheld by UoL colleges in London.