About our student blog
This blog consists of articles written by students of the University of London who have volunteered to share their study experiences with fellow students around the world. Our student bloggers come from all walks of life, from a wide range of countries, are studying both independently and on campus at Teaching Institutions, and enrolled in a diverse range of programmes – from Ana studying the BA English in Luxembourg, to Caowrites studying Postgraduate Laws in the USA, to Oscar taking the BSc Economics in Italy.
What these student bloggers have in common is a desire for learning, dedication to improving their lives through further education, and enthusiasm to share their experiences with students all over the world. Read the articles to find out what it’s like to be part of the University of London’s global student community.
Become a student blogger!
If you are currently enrolled on a University of London programme and are interested in becoming a student blogger, please contact us. When emailing us, please include information on where you are from, what you are studying, your student number and why you want to blog.
About the University of London
The University of London has been offering programmes via distance and flexible learning for over 150 years. Today, we have more than 50,000 students in 180 countries studying for over 100 undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. All programmes offered by the University of London are developed by the member institutions of the University of London federation. This helps to ensure University of London qualifications are of the same high academic standard, in whatever mode of study they are achieved. Our students can choose to study independently by distance learning or get additional tuition from Teaching Institutions near them.
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