Q. What can I study?

A. The University offers over 3,700 qualifications.  Full listings can be found in the Course Search facility.

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Q. Do you offer short courses?

A. Short Courses are available in a variety of subjects and levels through the Colleges and by distance learning .

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Q. Do you offer summer schools?

A. Yes. Some of the Colleges organise Summer Schools  so you should contact the relevant College directly. 

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Q. Do you offer distance learning?

A. Yes, most distance learning  qualifications can be studied from anywhere in the world, with no attendance requirement.

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Q. When do courses start?

A. Degrees and Diplomas at the Colleges normally begin in September/October.  Most distance learning  qualifications have varying entry points throughout the year.

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Q. Can I sample university life before applying?

A. Yes – this can be done through the Taster Courses held from March – July each year.

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Q. Do you hold Open Days?

A. Yes - information about open days can be found in our events section.

The Colleges also hold their own open days.

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Q. What are the University entry requirements?

A. Requirements vary from subject to subject.  Information can be obtained from the CollegesDistance learning  entrance requirements are published online.

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Q. Do I need to take a test of English proficiency?

A. If English is not your first language you should seek advice from the College you want to attend.

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Q. How do I apply?

A. Information about how and when to apply should be sought from the College you wish to apply to.   Students applying for undergraduate degrees should also refer to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)  . 

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Q. Can I transfer from my university to a course at the University of London?

A. You should contact the College that you wish to transfer to, as each College sets its own admissions policy.

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Q. What are the University fees?

A. Each College sets their own fees.

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Q. Are scholarships available?

A. The College you apply to will be able to advise on this, and about any other forms of financial assistance that may be available.

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Q. Does the University have any information for students interested in medicine and dentistry?

A. Please contact the Colleges concerned for details of medical and dental degrees.

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Q. Do you publish information about Medicine and Dentistry postgraduate training?

A. Information about postgraduate training in medicine and dentistry can be found on the websites of the London Deanery  and the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deaneries  respectively.

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