The University of London is a federal research university located in London, England. As of October 2019, the university contains 18 member institutions, central academic bodies and research institutes. The university has over 52,000 distance learning external students and 161,270 campus-based internal students, making it the largest university by number of students in the United Kingdom.
The university was established by royal charter in 1836, as a degree-awarding examination board for students holding certificates from University College London and King’s College London and “other such other Institutions, corporate or unincorporated, as shall be established for the purpose of Education, whether within the Metropolis or elsewhere within our United Kingdom”, allowing it to be one of three institutions to claim the title of the third-oldest university in England, and moved to a federal structure in 1900. It is now incorporated by its fourth (1863) royal charter and governed by the University of London Act 2018. It was the first university in the United Kingdom to introduce examinations for women in 1869 and, a decade later, the first to admit women to degrees. In 1948 it became the first British university to appoint a woman as its vice chancellor (chief executive). The university’s member institutions house the oldest teaching hospitals in England.
Royal Holloway School of Management has a fresh and intellectually challenging approach to management research and education. Studying BSc Business Administration from Royal Holloway means that you will learn from internationally renowned experts who will share their research with you in the form of their academic direction, so that you gain current and relevant management skills and knowledge.
The University of London was the first university to offer a degree in English law, in the 1890s. The high reputation of our LLB has been maintained because our students are marked to the same high standards whether they are campusbased or studying by distance and flexible learning. Upon graduation you will join a distinguished group of lawyers, solicitors, barristers and judges from around the world who have obtained their law degree through the University of London.
Studying through the University of London is a wonderful prospect for students from developing countries who don’t wish to leave their home country or have financial constraints to afford a full time education in the UK.
The University of London provides excellent support to international students with essential texts, recommended articles and study materials available through the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The wide range of modules offered covers all the prerequisites of becoming a successful lawyer.
The flexibility in class hours allow to continue with work and complete studies successfully. If you are interested in achieving an internationally recognised qualification in law, on a programme that offers high standards and flexible study options, then you need look no further than the University of London Undergraduate Laws at TMUC
As I prepare to leave TMUC, the memories of my first month flash back. Leaving behind school friends and protective environment where teachers guided our every move was baffling yet the newly found freedom of being responsible for myself. Our teachers at TMUC not only bring their academic learning but years of experience in the classrooms; introducing us to the world outside. We had the opportunity to learn the bookish knowledge, attend real court cases, play mocks and present cases, question and argue, work in groups and teams and participate in seminars and conferences. There were days when we had to rush early morning to attend lectures and days when the sun rose for us in the afternoon. The administration has been supportive and Sir Sheikh Waqas was always a phone call away. Through the ups and downs, goodbyes and welcomes, stresses, snubs, parties, trips, mocks and finals, we graduated not only in law but also in patience and tolerance!
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