Today, the University of London International Programmes has 54,000 students in 180 countries studying from a suite of 100+ study programmes. Additionally, it has 922,000 learners enrolled on short courses (MOOCs) through the Coursera online platform, taking the International Programmes’ reach to just under a million worldwide.
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University of London International Programmes;
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The University of London
- The University of London was established in 1836 by Royal Charter and its 17 autonomous independent member Colleges, including the LSE, UCL and Kings College, and the School of Advanced Study with its 10 Institutes and the University of London International Programmes are all recognised globally, in their own right, as world leaders in higher education.
- The central University of London has responsibility for over 54,000 international students studying inter-collegiate programmes in over 180 countries.
- It is the world’s oldest provider of academic awards through distance and flexible learning, dating back to 1858, when the University of London was awarded its Fourth Royal Charter. http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/
- Today, students of the University of London International Programmes study from a suite of 100+ academic programmes, with some taking the award through self-study or through support from local teaching institutions.
- The University of London International Programmes has 922,000 learners enrolled on its short courses (MOOCs) through the US Coursera online platform.
- Further information about the University of London is available at http://www.london.ac.uk/ and the University of London’s partnership with Coursera: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/distance-flexible-learning/coursera/coursera-university-london-international-programmes