About this blog
This blog is written by students of the University of London International Programmes who have volunteered to share their study experiences with fellow students around the world. Our student bloggers (like our students) come from all walks of life, from a wide range of countries and are studying for a diverse range of programmes – from Caowrites studying the BA English in the USA, to Sandarenu studying the Bachelor of Laws in Sri Lanka, to Nadia taking the Masters in Public Health in South Sudan.
What these students have in common – what almost all of our students have in common – is an enthusiasm for learning, a determination to better themselves through education, and a desire to connect with others in the University’s global community. We hope you enjoy reading their blog posts!!
About the University of London International Programmes
The University of London International Programmes (formerly the University of London External System), has been offering University of London courses via distance and flexible learning for over 150 years. Today, we have more than 54,000 students in 180 countries studying for over 100 undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. All programmes offered by the University of London International Programmes are developed by academics within the Colleges of the University of London. The Colleges are also responsible for learning resources and assessment. This helps to ensure University of London qualifications are of the same high academic standard, however they are achieved. Our students can choose to study independently by distance learning or get additional study support from one of our network of teaching institutions.
Watch an overview of the University of London International Programmes: