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 without studying at a University of London College full-time, on campus. You study by distance and flexible learning so you can fit your studies around your work and family life.
Today there are almost 1,200 students in the USA studying for qualifications in a broad range of subject areas such as business, health, law and information security. View our full range of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications.
All of the programmes offered through the International Programmes are developed by the Colleges of the University of London, such as the renowned London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). This ensures that your degree is recognised worldwide for its quality and value. You benefit from the academic rigour and cutting edge research of the Colleges.
Consistent high standards
Assessment is rigorous – and is largely by comprehensive written examinations, where you have not seen the questions beforehand, plus a dissertation for graduate programs. This means that you can rely on the standard of your degree.
You study by distance learning with online resources at a pace that suits you. There is no requirement to attend regular courses on campus. You can sit your examinations in the US as we have 150 examination centres throughout the country.
At a time when many American institutions have priced their degrees to levels requiring costly student loans, the University of London represents superior value by offering top tier degrees at affordable rates. Graduate programs (Masters degrees) are typically at around US$15,600 and Bachelors degrees at US$5,300.
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Our representative for North America is George Pappas. He also provides online study support for the LLB (undergraduate law degree). For further information, please either telephone him on (828) 505-3596 or email him at email@example.com.
Educational jargon varies between the USA and the UK so we've put together a help-sheet for potential students from North America which explains some of the terms used on this website and by other UK universities.