The majority of our programmes can also be studied independently via web-supported distance learning. Use the programme search for the full list of programmes that you can study online with the University of London.
The value of our degrees
Our programmes are developed by the world-renowned member institutions of the University of London, which have an international reputation for the quality of their teaching and research.
Gaining a highly-valued degree from the University of London opens the door to a variety of sought-after careers. Our alumni gain prestigious jobs in law firms, banks, multinational companies and professional services firms and go on to further study at prestigious universities worldwide.
Student loans and scholarships
A variety of funding sources are available to you if you choose to study a University of London programme. Opportunities vary depending on your programme of choice, where you live and a number of other factors. Find out more about all funding opportunities on our Funding your study page.
Funding sources may also be available to you via a local Recognised Teaching Centre. To find out more, use the interactive map above.
Get advice from alumni ambassadors
If you are a prospective student, you can get advice from our Alumni Ambassadors. Ask questions related to studying with University of London with support from a Recognised Teaching Centre or independently, and about your specific programme of interest.
Come and meet us
We host a range of events from alumni receptions to graduate fairs around the world and in London. You can also join virtual events such as webinars to find out more about the programmes we offer.
Country specific information
Chartered Manager (C.Mgr.) designation and CIM membership for Global MBA students
An exciting new collaboration between the University of London and CIM Chartered Managers Canada will enable students in Canada to gain the C.Mgr. designation and CIM membership at no extra cost.
Student loan eligibility
If you live in Canada, you may be eligible for student loans. The University of London is registered to provide educational programmes as a designated educational institution in Canada.
Loans are available from the national government and Provincial governments if you are studying full- or part-time. Visit the Canadian government website for information on loans.
You start repaying the student loan six months after you graduate, and you also get tax relief on the interest you pay on your student loans each year.
Some Provinces also offer further grants, loans and tax rebate schemes. See these Canadian websites for the respective information:
Becoming a lawyer in Canada
Find out about qualifying as a lawyer in Canada - (Federation of Law Societies of Canada website)