Announcements about new courses
Behind the scenes, we’re always working hard on developing new programmes and courses. What's new at the University of London?
Global MBA (launching 2017)
The University of London's flexible new Global MBA is designed to develop your skills and knowledge into world-class business acumen.
With four entry points per year, you'll be able to study from anywhere in the world via distance leaning and bring a global perspective to your local knowledge.
You will emerge not only with the capability to tackle business problems and reach new frontiers, but also with a prestigious University of London qualification that will be recognised and admired by employers around the globe.
Master's in Professional Accountancy
Our innovative MSc in Professional Accountancy allows you to gain a master's degree and your ACCA professional qualification at the same time.
There are two pathways to achieve the master's degree, depending on whether you're an ACCA student, member or affiliate. This means you can complete the degree with as few as two modules.
You'll receive guaranteed study support, including the option of teaching centre support in Singapore, Hong Kong, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and further teaching in London.
Master's in Demography and Health
This unique degree provides broad training in the theories and methods of demography and population sciences and their application to health, social welfare and economic development.
It is designed for anyone interested in building technical expertise in demography and understanding the links between population studies and health, including fertility, sexual behaviour, ageing, health inequalities and life expectancy.
Graduates will be well-equipped to pursue careers in public health, broad academic research, NGOs, health programmes and services, government statistical offices, as well as policy and planning organisations.
Short Course: Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance
Health and regulatory authorities must balance a number of factors when it comes to approving new drugs. This short course addresses the need for well-informed professionals to work in all areas related to the assessment of drug safety and risk-benefit of drug use.
The course is ideal for you if your line of work concerns the safe use of medicines (particularly in developed countries), or if you work / intend to work in drug development, licensing or surveillance from the pharmaceutical industry or regulatory bodies.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to evaluate issues surrounding the risks and benefits of drug use and reflect upon how pharmacoepidemiological methods can be applied to specific drug issues.
Browse our course list for all the current programmes and courses we offer.