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  • The University of London International Academy collaborates with a number of internationally renowned colleges and institutions from the University of London to offer 100+ flexible and distance learning programmes to over 50,000 students worldwide, delivered through the University of London International Programmes.

    Do you want to get a qualification that will help you develop or change your career? Are you interested in delving into a subject that inspires you? We offer the flexibility, the study materials, learning support and the qualifications that can help you.

    Studying with us is a challenging yet rewarding experience. Our flexible approach offers you a range of study options, from studying full-time with local support, to studying by distance learning, so you can combine work with your studies.

    You study using a combination of study materials and online learning resources designed to foster active learning. These are specially commissioned by the University of London College that provides the academic direction for your degree.
  • Information about costs
    Once you have paid the application fee other fees to the University consist of; payments for registration for each year of study, examination fees and text books. If you choose to attend classes locally to support you with your studies, the institution at which you study will also have fees which you pay directly to them.

    The costs you will need to pay include the following:

    Undergraduate application fee
    The application fee is charged when you submit an undergraduate application for specific courses. Please check the relevant course page to see if an application fee is payable. Please note that the application fee is non-refundable.

    Undergraduate registration fees
    When you have been sent an 'Offer letter' you can register for your chosen course and pay an initial registration fee. We can then send out your study materials and give you access to the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

    The continuing registration fee where applicable is payable in the second and each subsequent year of your studies before study materials and access to the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) can be provided.

    Postgraduate course fees
    When you register for a postgraduate programme, you can either pay the full course fee upfront or pay as you go, i.e. pay a one-off registration fee, plus a fee for each module/course/unit you take.

    Undergraduate Examination entry fees
    An examination entry fee is payable for each examination entry you make. Please check the student fees page. If you do not enter for an examination in a particular year, then no examination fee is payable.

    In addition to the examination entry fee, you will have to pay a fee to your local examination centre. This covers their costs for rooms where the exams are held and invigilating the examinations. The University takes no responsibility for the amount of the fee charged or the collection or refund. Details of the current fees can be obtained directly from the centre concerned.

    Please note that there is no provision in the University regulations for the refund or transfer of examination entry fees.

    Textbooks and other study resources
    For most undergraduate courses, in addition to the University fees, you will need to budget for additional textbooks. You can purchase textbooks online see the bookshops page.

    For the BSc in Business Administration and BA History core textbooks are included within your course fees, but for any additional reading you should budget £80-£150 per year.

    For all other undergraduate degrees, you have to buy your own textbooks and should budget up to £300 per year.

    For most postgraduate programmes we provide a complete study package so that you don't have to buy additional books.

    If you are studying on a course with a residential period in London or elsewhere you will need to pay for the costs of travel, accommodation and subsistence.

    For all courses you will need access to email and for most courses you will need to have regular access to a computer and the internet.

    Local tuition
    If you plan to attend classes at a local teaching centre you will need to pay their fees, which may include an application fee, tuition fees and other costs for use of their facilities. Please check with the institution at which you plan to study what they will charge. For information on recognised centres please visit our Directory of Institutions.
  • Entry Requirements

    Click here for information on entry requirements

    How to Apply

    1. Complete the online application form

    The online application forms are found on the relevant web pages for each course in the Courses section. Look for 'apply online' located at the top of the page to the right. Please allow about 20 minutes to complete the form. Read more about completing the application form, see advice on completing the online application form.

    2. Submit the application form
    Don’t forget to add your verified documentary evidence and pay the application fee if applicable to the course that you are applying for. Get more information regarding submission of documentary evidence.

    If the University recognises that you have already covered a course syllabus in the same depth and breadth as part of a previous qualification, you may be granted Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) for that course, so that you do not need to study it as part of your degree. If you think this may apply to you, remember to apply on your application form for Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) to reduce the time you need to spend studying.

    3. Receive our response to your application
    Read more about how this works see the application process.

    4. Register online to accept our offer
    You have until the registration deadline to accept our offer of a place on your chosen course.

    5. Pay your course fees
    You need to pay your course fees before you can become a student. Once we have received payment, we’ll send you your study materials and study information as soon as it is available. You’ve now joined the worldwide community of University of London students.

    Find out more about how you can pay.
  • Complete our online form if you have any queries about the University of London International Programmes. You can access a wide range of FAQs and submit a question.

    Use our Student Advice Centre form for help.

    Please also complete the form if you would like to request a printed prospectus.

    Current Students contacts
    Current students are recommended to go via the student portal for relevant contact details.

    Opening hours
    The Student Advice Centre is open from 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday. You can telephone us during these hours on: +44 (0)20 7862 8360.

    Student Advice Centre
    University of London
    Senate House
    Malet Street
    London
    WC1E 7HU
  • Location:
    London, WC1E 7HU

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