Whatever your location, you can gain a valued qualification from the University of London by studying with the University of London International Programmes, formerly the University of London External System.
There are over 50,000 students in every corner of the globe studying on more than 100 different courses.
You can fit your studies around your lifestyle. You can choose how to pace your studies and you can study independently by distance learning, or attend face-to-face classes at a local teaching institution, see the Institutions directory.
Former students have won Nobel prizes, governed countries and written great works of literature. They also work in the legal professions, in education, in finance and banking and as business leaders and managers. Find out more about our notable past students.
You can achieve a prestigious qualification which will be valued globally and will open doors to sought-after careers and further study opportunities.
This reputation is based on the track record of the Colleges of the University of London, which have an international standing for their teaching and research. Read more about the Colleges of the University of London. Your teaching and study materials draw on the expertise and cutting edge research of these Colleges.
For examples watch our academic inspiration sessions.
Hear from Dr Ashok Jashapara, Senior Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London, on how top companies manage knowledge. His book, drawing on the research, forms part of the learning materials on our Knowledge Management MBA elective. Watch this Inspiration session on YouTube - Lessons learned from around the world.
Ian Roberts, Professor of Public Health at the world renowned London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine provides insights into a study on whether medical treatments work. This research has informed the postgraduate clinical trials courses that medical professionals can study by distance learning from anywhere in the world. Watch this inspiration session on YouTube - MSc Clinical trails.