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Earthquake in Pakistan and Afghanistan


The University of London is deeply saddened by the earthquake in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the impact on the people living in those countries. We offer our sympathy to students in both countries who are studying for degrees...[more]

150 years of exacting examinations worldwide starting in Mauritius


The Prime Minister of Mauritius, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, is joining the University of London’s 150th Anniversary celebrations to mark its first ever overseas examinations, which were held in Mauritius in 1865.

Murray Fraser appointed as General Editor of Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture, 21st edition


Professor Murray Fraser of The Bartlett School of Architecture has been appointed as General Editor of the 21st edition of Sir Banister Fletcher’s A History of Architecture.

Senate House a ‘Sparkling Hub’ for the Bloomsbury Festival


The University of London is delighted to be a key partner in this year’s Bloomsbury Festival (22-25 October).

Architectural gem, literary landmark, urban myth Senate House to feature in Open House London


The University of London’s Grade II* listed landmark Portland stone building, Senate House will feature in London’s largest annual festival of architecture and design, Open House London.

University of London vice-chancellor heralds ‘HE innovator’


Article in THES, 10 September 2015

Master design and technical skills to build your own website


A new MOOC specialisation programme designed to teach learners to build, test and deploy a complete mobile-ready web site, is being launched by the University of London International Programmes on the Coursera online platform...