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Achieve a top tier University of London degree while living in the USA

The University of London International Programmes enables you to study for a prestigious University of London degree by online and flexible learning. Remain in the United States and fit your studies around your work and family life.

What can you study?

There are currently around 1,200 students in America studying towards a broad range of qualifications. Popular subjects studied in the US include:

View our full range of courses.

Consistent high standards

All of our programmes are developed and assessed by the renowned Member Institutions of the University of London, such as the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). This ensures that your degree is recognised worldwide for its academic quality.


Study by online and distance learning at a pace that suits you. There is no requirement to attend regular courses on campus. You can sit your examinations in the US at one of 150 examination centres based throughout the country.


While many American institutions have priced their degrees at levels that require hefty student loans, the University of London offers top tier degrees at very reasonable rates.

The 'Fees' tab on each of our course pages includes a quick conversion option, so you can easily view in US Dollars.

Download an information leaflet

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Frequently Asked Questions

Want to find out more? Check out our helpful FAQs.

Contact our Local Representative

You can contact our representative in North America, Dr. George Pappas, for general programme enquiries.  Dr. Pappas also provides online teaching support for LL.B. students through the International Center for Legal Studies (ICLS), a Registered Centre.

Telephone: (828) 505-3596

Alumni Ambassadors

Alumni ambassadors are graduates who have agreed to answer questions from prospective students.

Kulsoom Ali Syed student ambassador
Washington DC based Project Manager Kulsoom Ali Syed graduated with BSc...

Alumni Inspiration: Leonard Valenzuela, MSc Epidemiology, USA