- 34 Masters
- 170000 Students
- Public Institution Type
The University of London was founded by Royal Charter on 28 November 1836 and is the third oldest university in England.
Many levels of study are covered at the University of London including foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as diplomas and research degrees. The Colleges also have a wide range of short courses and summer programmes. Pre-university school students are also able to sample University of London courses and life through the Taster Course programme.
The academic community of the University of London pursues and achieves excellence in a wide range of research activities and scholarship.
The majority of academic staff are actively engaged in research, so students are taught by experienced and motivated researchers who are eminent in their field.
Many of our Colleges and Institutes have achieved the highest rankings in the Research Assessment Exercise and are consistently in the top research rankings of UK Universities.
The Careers Group, University of London provides careers services to academic institutions, organisations, recruiters, and job seekers.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of London!
The University of London has a wide range of accommodation options and most students find that we have an accommodation solution to suit their needs.
A number of Colleges have their own Halls but some of the smaller more specialised Colleges and Institutes do not, so the University also has Intercollegiate Halls to which students from ALL Colleges may apply. Virtual Tours of the Intercollegiate Halls are also available to view.
Libraries constitute one of the world's most significant collections in the arts, humanities and social sciences. The eight collaborating libraries, at Senate House and in the immediate vicinity, provide services to over 100,000 registered readers every year.
The libraries deliver essential services to individuals, research teams, students and partners from almost 200 countries.
By applying to a College or Institute of the University of London you will have the chance to study at a world-class institution in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of one of the world's most exciting and vibrant cities.
The vast majority of our 170,000 full and part-time student population make London their home and itís easy to see why with a range of activities to take advantage of. Whether you want to visit the latest art exhibition at the Tate Modern, see ancient artefacts at the British Museum or enjoy your favourite band perform, London is the place to be.
The University has high-quality facilities for most sports and currently manages over 4,000 students regularly involved in intercollegiate sports leagues across London.
If you are more of a spectator than a competitor you have the opportunity of visiting some of the most iconic sporting arenas in the world while in London. These include Wembley Stadium, Wimbledon and Lordís Cricket Ground as well as high profile Premier League football team stadia.
Alternatively, the Energy base gym, based in Malet Street is open to students and members of the public. Facilities include a 60-station gymnasium with cardio theatre, a 33 metre swimming pool and two studios. Up to 50 fitness classes are offered per week.
Students Unions are the focal point of many student activities, including sports and societies, as well as providing students with representation needed internally within the university and externally. Many Student Unions can provide help and advice on a range of issues and have a multitude of facilities and resources available.
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