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Death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu

It is with the deepest regret the University of London marks the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

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Join us online!

Starting on 31 January 2022 we are hosting a series of webinars for prospective students. Find out more about the admissions process and ask questions directly during the sessions.

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Member institutions

We are a federal University, consisting of 17 independent member institutions. Between the member institutions we have over 120,000 students studying over 3,700 courses.

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We are international

At the University of London we have a long tradition of welcoming students and staff from the European Union and across the world.

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Coronavirus advice and FAQs

Information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) is being regularly updated in accordance with changes in advice from the UK government.

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Covid-19 has highlighted the need for businesses to plan for disruptive challenges. Read more about how to develop the skills to stay on top!

Better business: staying on-top in a rapidly changing sector

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