The University of London International is the world’s oldest distance-learning provider.
You'll gain a prestigious University of London degree without leaving your home country. These online degrees are developed by the University of London’s prestigious lead colleges, which include the London School of Economics and Political Science, King’s College London, and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Studying through online learning allows you to fit your studies around your work and family life. Many of these distance courses are supported by local teaching centers around the world, so you’ll have the option to attend classes and benefit from a campus environment.
At the end of your online program, you’ll emerge with a degree that is respected by employers around the world and creates unrivaled opportunities for future careers.
Founded in 1836, the University of London is a federal university, made up of 18 colleges and nine specialist research institutes. The University of London International Programs was established in 1858 to provide worldwide access to top British education using the expertise of these constituent colleges. The University of London is the world’s oldest provider of distance and flexible learning, and now have over 50,000 in more than 180 countries.
Nobel Prize Winners
The University of London's alumni include many people who have shaped the world we live in, such as leaders of business and industry, judges, authors, scientists and politicians. Seven past students have also won Nobel Prizes, including Nelson Mandela, British economist Ronald Coase, the Caribbean writer Derek Walcott, and Hong Kong-born Charles Kao, a pioneer in the development of fibre optics.