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Study in China

We have students in China studying towards a prestigious University of London qualification. Study flexibly by distance learning and fit your studies around your work and family life.

Our degrees are developed and assessed by the member institutions of the University of London, which ensures that your degree is recognised worldwide for its academic value.

China
There are currently around 18,000 students throughout South East Asia working towards a range of University of London qualifications.

What can you study?

You can study in China and work towards a range of University of London qualifications.

Popular courses studied in China include the:

If you're not ready to commit to a full degree, you can often start with a diploma or individual modules, and build up your skills in a more flexible way.

Study flexibly

Our flexible courses allow you to fit your studies around your work and family life, and to study from anywhere in the world. If you travel often or need to move overseas, you can take your studies with you.

We also have over 400 exam centres around the world so you can choose where to sit your exams. It gives you the flexibility if you need to work or relocate overseas.

Local Teaching Institute finder

Choose a local teaching centre from the map or use the search bar to find one near you.

    The value of our degrees

    Gaining a highly-valued degree from the University of London opens the door to a variety of sought-after careers. Our graduates gain prestigious jobs in law firms, banks, multinational companies and professional services firms and go on to further study at prestigious universities worldwide.

    Get advice from alumni ambassadors

    If you are a prospective student, you can get advice from our Alumni Ambassadors with questions related to studies and programmes.

    Our representative in China

    The University of London is working with InterGreat Education Group (in its capacity as UoLW’s exclusive China Advisor) to identify opportunities for further collaboration with educational institutions in China. They can be contacted as follows: