The University of London was established in 1836 and is a federation of 17 member institutes. Established in 1858, UoL is one of the largest, most diverse universities in the UK with over 120,000 students in London, and a further 50,000 studying across 190 countries for a University of London degree.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences and is ranked 2nd in the world for social sciences and management. 50% of all LSE research was given the highest 4* rating in the most recent Research Excellence Framework- a higher proportion than any other UK university.
In 1828, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) was founded in the city of Preston, England, as The Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge. ‘From the Earth to the Sun’ has been its motto ever since – helping talented people make the most of their potential
Founded in 1891, and part of the University of London since 1904, Goldsmiths offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate study options in the arts, humanities, social sciences, cultural studies, computing, and entrepreneurial business and management.
The law schools or departments of the Colleges of the University of London provide the academic direction for the University of London Undergraduate Laws qualifications. Collectively, they are known as the Laws Consortium.
Established in 1829, King’s College London has been responsible for some of the discoveries that have shaped the modern world. King’s College London is globally known for their commitment to delivering research excellence and is ranked 7th in the QS UK University rankings 2019.
With academic direction from Queen Mary University of London and UCL, these world-class Postgraduate Laws programmes are designed to meet a diverse range of needs. With 32 specialisations and 65 courses, you can either build a broad range of skills or specialise in a specific field.