Study with a local teaching centre
Our flexible approach to learning offers you a range of study options:
- For many of our programmes, you may be able to study with local teaching support at a Recognised Teaching Centre.
- You can also study by distance and flexible learning, which allows you to combine your studies with work or other commitments.
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Although there are some exceptions, most of our programmes are designed to be studied online, independently. If you prefer structured study support in a traditional learning environment, you can attend classes for many of our programmes at a Recognised Teaching Centre.
We work with a network of teaching centres all over the world. These centres support and supplement your studies through: additional tuition, library resources, access to computers and social and recreational activities.
The University of London has updated the recognition framework for institutions teaching our degrees. Institutions which enter into an agreement with the University will be known as University of London Recognised Teaching Centres.
Choose a teaching centre that is right for you by using our checklist to help make your decision.
We have a long track record of working with Recognised Teaching Centres worldwide that provide local support for your studies. This could be in the form of a full-time study programme, or part-time evening or weekend classes. Centres also provide library resources and access to computers. The larger centres may also offer social and recreational facilities.
For a full selection of Recognised Teaching Centres, search for your country using the drop down above, the interactive map below or alternatively you can view available Teaching Centres from programme pages.