Announcements about new courses

Spotlight on new courses

Behind the scenes, we’re always working hard on developing new programmes and courses. What's new at the University of London?


New programmes in Management and Digital Innovation

Digital infrastructures, e-business and social media are transforming markets and everyday life. They not only provide new opportunities for start-ups, established businesses, and the delivery of public services; they are also affecting change in our work and leisure patterns.

These programmes explore digital innovation and information systems as management, business and social phenomena.

You'll develop the skills that managers need to seize business opportunities and solve problems using information and communications technology (ICT). You'll also develop an understanding of the wider social impact of the technology.


Global MBA

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 by employers around the globe.

More about the Global MBA.

Master's in Global Diplomacy: South Asia

This MA provides a theoretical and practical understanding of international affairs and diplomatic practice, with a regional focus on South Asia and Afghanistan.

Using the latest cutting-edge research in Diplomatic and International Studies, the programme is delivered in a flexible, engaging and stimulating fashion.

It is ideal for anyone pursuing career progression in diplomatic or related fields requiring expertise in government, not-for-profit, corporate or academic environments.

More about Global Diplomacy.

Master's in Understanding and Securing Human Rights

This programme provides a detailed understanding of human rights through a multi-disciplinary approach – from humanities to the social sciences. It also examines how agencies and organisations at all levels work to secure those rights.

You’ll explore how human rights are translated into international law, choosing from options including international human rights law, human rights violations, and the plight of indigenous peoples and minorities. You then consolidate your learning by conducting independent research for your dissertation.

More about Understanding and Securing Human Rights.

Master's in Climate Change and Development

This programme offers a thorough grounding in how development models create environmental problems like climate change, which then threaten the objectives of development.

By surveying the science of climate change, adaptation and mitigation, you will acquire the knowledge and analytical skills required for critically engaging with development policy and practice.

Register your interest in this programme.

More information

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