Study in the Caribbean, graduate from the University of London
The University of London International Programmes enables you to achieve a prestigious University of London qualification without leaving the Caribbean. Our programmes are internationally recognised and will open doors to lucrative careers in law and business. Today, we have about 4,100 students in the Caribbean studying for a range of qualifications, including law (LLB and LLM), computing, business administration, and programmes developed by the London School of Economics and Political Science. Browse our full list of programmes.
A name you can trust
The University of London has a long history in the Caribbean, with students first taking our exams in the 1870s. The University of the West Indies awarded University of London degrees before it became independent in 1962. Among our famous alumni are Derek Walcott, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992; the Honourable Arthur N. R. Robinson, former President of Trinidad and Tobago; Percival Patterson, Jamaica’s longest serving prime minister; and Howard Cooke, a former Governor-General of Jamaica.
Study independently or at a local institution
In Trinidad and Tobago, you can choose to study for our qualifications at a local independent teaching institution, or by distance learning.
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The University of London LLB is recognised for entry into the legal profession in most Caribbean countries, along with England, Wales and other jurisdictions, provided certain course requirements are met. The degree qualifies you for entry to the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica, where you can study for the Legal Education Certificate to practise as a lawyer in the Caribbean.