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University of London Press Contacts

The Communications Team manages all press enquiries related to the University of London. The team handles media statements, press releases, publicity, interview requests and monitors media coverage.

Sandra Elliott
Director of Communications
Sandra.elliott@london.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)207 862 8027

Dr Laura Pritsch
Communications Officer
Laura.pritsch@london.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 207 862 8021

For the School of Advanced Study and the Institutes, please contact:

Maureen McTaggart
Media and Public Relations Officer
Email: maureen.mctaggart@sas.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8653

Dr Kristan Tetens
Marketing and Communications Manager
Telephone: +44(0)20 7862 8666
Email:kristan.tetens@sas.ac.uk

For the University of London International Programmes, please contact:

Binda Rai
Head of Corporate Affairs
Email: binda.rai@london.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8545
Mobile: +44 (0)7920 476483

Member Institutions Press Contacts

Each Member Institution of the University has its own Press Office. Please contact the relevant Press Office directly for the fastest response to your enquiry. A full list of Member Institutions press contacts [PDF 3pgs, 90KB] is available.

University of London

The University of London is a collegiate research university located in London, England, consisting of 18 constituent colleges, nine research institutes and a number of central bodies.

The university is the largest university by number of full-time students in the United Kingdom, with 161,270 campus-based students and over 50,000 distance learning students in the University of London International Programmes. The university was established by royal charter in 1836, as a degree-awarding examination board for students holding certificates from University College London (UCL) (previously called London University) 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”. The university moved to a federal structure in 1900.