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  2. University of London

    Founded on the ideals of inclusivity, diversity and collaboration, the University of London is a pioneering institution committed to increasing access to education, championing research excellence and delivering social good . Why study with us. All undergraduate courses. All postgraduate courses.

  3. University of London - Wikipedia

    The University of London (UoL; abbreviated as Lond or more rarely Londin in post-nominals) is a federal public research university located in London, England, United Kingdom.

  4. Where to study | University of London

    Study with us. Wherever you are in the world, you can study for one of our degrees independently - with online support - or with the direct support of one of our Recognised Teaching Centres. We offer a range of flexible study options to suit you.

  5. How to apply | University of London

    1. Complete the online application form. Apply for a course through its dedicated course page. You can also apply to study our modules individually in many cases. 2. Submit the application form. Remember to attach any available documents we need and if applicable pay any application fee.

  6. University of London | History, Degrees & Alumni | Britannica

    University of London, federation of British institutions of higher learning, located primarily in London, that includes 19 virtually autonomous colleges, 10 separate institutes known collectively as the School of Advanced Study, an institute in Paris, and a marine biological station.

  7. Undergraduate study | University of London

    Find out about our undergraduate study options, the qualifications we offer, and the additional entry routes to help you get started.

  8. Online learning | University of London

    Home. Study with us. Where to study. Wherever you are in the world, take your studies with you thanks to our excellent range of online degrees. Our online learning options allow you to study wherever you are, arranging your studies around your work or family life.