A Life long Relationship

On graduation you automatically become an alumni of the University of London International Programmes. Become a member of its Alumni Association with members in over 190 countries.

Being part of our alumni network provides a wide range of benefits. Whether you are interested in taking part in our global events, meeting other graduates in your academic or professional field or just staying in contact with the University.

Academic direction - Computing - Goldsmiths, University of London

The UK's leading creative university, Goldsmiths is all about the freedom to experiment, to think differently, to be an individual. Goldsmiths brings creative and unconventional approaches to all of its subjects, always based on the highest academic standards of teaching and research. From undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to part-time and professional courses, Goldsmiths has an excellent range of innovative study opportunities, with the visual and performing arts departments being especially renowned. Read more »

LSE academic leadership

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the Colleges of the University of London and a world-leading social science institution. Academics from LSE provide the academic direction for this programme. Read more »

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Your qualifications: postgraudates

You must supply evidence that you have achieved the qualifications listed on your application form. It’s your responsibility to arrange for all the necessary documentation to be obtained to support your application. Read more »

Dr Dipu Moni - graduated 2005

Dr Dipu Moni
Minister of Foreign Affairs

Another powerful female graduate of the University of London International Programmes is Dr Dipu Moni, the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Bangladesh since 2009. She is the first woman to become the foreign minister of a South Asian country. A doctor by profession, Dipu Moni gained a Master of Laws from the University of London International Programmes in 2005. Since entering politics, her focus has been women’s rights and entitlements, health legislation and human rights.

Wole Soyinka - graduated 1954

Wole Soyinka
Nobel Prize for Literature

Wole Soyinka is a Nigerian writer who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986 - the first person of African descent to do so. Soyinka graduated from the University College Ibadan, Nigeria, in 1954 while it was in ‘special relation’ with the University of London. He then went on to study and live in the UK, where he wrote his early plays, before returning to his home country in 1960 to study African drama. He is considered one of Africa’s greatest contemporary writers, writing plays, poems and novels and memoirs. Read more »

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