What can you study?
Today we have around 2,000 students in the Caribbean of which around 450 students study in Jamaica towards a range of qualifications.
Popular courses areas studied include:
A Qualifying Law Degree
The University of London LLB is recognised for entry into the legal profession in most Caribbean countries, along with England, Wales and other jurisdictions, provided certain course requirements are met.
The degree qualifies you for entry to the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica, where you can study for the Legal Education Certificate to practice as a lawyer in the Caribbean.
Study with support and flexibility
If you want to gain the benefits of a Teaching Centre you can attend the registered centre in Kingston which supports the University of London undergraduate laws programmes.
If you need to move overseas choose from any of our registered and affiliated Teaching Institutions around the world. With over 400 exam centres located globally you can sit your exams where your career is based.
Most of our programmes can be studied independently via distance learning. The International Foundation Programme (IFP) is a good starting point if you don't already have your A-levels. The IFP must be studied at a Teaching Institution.
Study anywhere in the world at a pace that suits you
Our flexible programmes 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 exam centres in over 190 countries around the world, so you can choose where to sit your examinations.