University of London International Programmes
Welcome to University of London International Programmes
We offer University of London qualifications by online and flexible learning. This means you can earn a globally recognised degree while studying in your own time, at your own pace, wherever you are in the world. We have over 50,000 students from across 180 countries around the globe.
We offer over 100 qualifications at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Academic direction for these programmes is provided by the Colleges of the University of London, including top ranked universities as LSE, UCL and Queen Mary.
Courses and fees
The University of London International Programmes offers over 100 courses by online and flexible learning. Our wide range of courses include accounting, finance, humanities, law, computing, health and business (MBA). You have between 1-8 years to complete your studies, depending on the course you take and the number of modules you study at any one time.
Our current fees for 2016/17 start from £3,240 for an undergraduate degree and £8,662 for a master’s degree.
You can choose to pay upfront or in installments. If you choose to spread the cost of your degree, fees are subject to annual revision by up to 5%.
Our flexible approach offers you a range of study options, from studying full-time with local teaching institution support, to studying by online learning at your own pace, so you can combine work with studies.
University of London library and Virtual Learning Environment
As a student you have access to our Online Library. The resource includes over 5 million academic journals, professional legal databases and an extensive collection of e-books. As a University of London International Programmes student, you will receive a study pack with specific subject guides, a student handbook and past examination papers. We also provide a Virtual Learning Environment where you will find podcasts, audio lectures, discussion forums and an online personal tutor.
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What are the University of London International Programmes?
The University of London International Programmes is the world’s oldest online-learning provider and we have over 50,000 students in more than 180 countries. We enable you to gain a prestigious University of London degree from anywhere in the world.
Our degrees are designed and assessed by the internationally renowned colleges and institutions from the University of London, including LSE and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
How do you study?
You can manage your studies to fit around your work and family commitments. You can also choose to study independently or pay for face-to-face tuition at a local institution.
Your study materials are available through the Student Portal and are especially written by academics from University of London lead colleges. As a student, you benefit from the Virtual Learning Environment, electronic study materials, student discussion forums, recorded lectures and an online library.
Do you have any famous or notable alumni?
Our global community of former students and alumni include many exceptional people who have made their mark on the world.
Among our former students we have seven Nobel Prize winners, including Nelson Mandela, Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins and Ronald Coase. The list also includes Sir Geoffrey Elton and H.G. Wells.
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