University of London launches new online degrees

During this challenging time for higher education, and for students everywhere, the University of London has continued to develop a wide range of new programmes with the expertise of our member institutions and commercial partners.

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Study alongside your work or personal commitments from anywhere in the world.

The University’s fully online degrees offer the same quality provision as equivalent on campus programmes, but with the flexibility to fit your studies around your commitments. Many programmes are split into courses or modules that can be studied individually, and may be used as a credit towards a full qualification. Whether you want to enhance your skills to progress in your career, or study for personal interest, these online degrees cover a wide range of topics to suit your needs.

Sam Brenton, Director of Education, Innovation and Development at the University of London, said:

We’ve been doing distance learning since the 19th century and, with today’s technology, we keep pushing at the boundaries of what’s possible. We know, too, that with the closure of campuses around the world, high quality online education has a vital role to play in society, the global economy, and the lives of many millions of students everywhere. We’re proud to play our part in that effort, and to work with our world-leading partners to make it happen.

The new programmes launched in 2020 include:

MSc Marketing, Birkbeck, University of London

BSc Psychology, King’s College

MBA Health Specialism, University College London

MSc Data Science, Goldsmiths, University of London

PG Certificate, International Sports Management, University of London

Graduate Diploma in Management and Digital Innovation, LSE

BSc Data Science and Business Analytics, LSE

BSc Business and Management, LSE

BSc Economics, LSE

BSc Economics and Management, LSE

MA Global Diplomacy (East Asia pathway), SOAS

MA Global Media and Digital Cultures, SOAS

MA Gender, Sexuality and Global Politics, SOAS