University of Londonhttp://www.london.ac.uk/
Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London is a federal University and is one of the oldest, largest and most diverse universities in the U.K. It consists of 20 self-governing Colleges of outstanding reputation, together with the prestigious Institutes of the School of Advanced Study and a number of other central academic activities.
The University of London has a very diverse student population of over 125,000 students, with a further 34,000 students studying by distance learning on the University's External Programme. The University offers virtually every subject covered in any university curriculum. Subjects can be studied at various levels and lead to the award of foundation, undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research degrees, or to diplomas or certificates. The distance-learning courses are an opportunity to study for a University of London degree in your own time, at your own pace and from anywhere in the world.
The University has a central administration supports the federal University and the central activities covering academic matters, finance, human resources, governance, and the estate administration. The University of London publishes a Guide to the Colleges and Institutes which provides a description of the Colleges, the School of Advanced Study and the External Programme. The Guide also includes information about other University of London services and activities.
University of London
Malet Street, WC1E 7HU, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 0207 862 8000,