University of London Undergraduate
The University of London is a federal University, comprising 18 Colleges and a number of acclaimed central academic Institutes. Students follow a course of study at one of the Colleges or Institutes.
Undergraduate degrees begin in September/October and are usually three years in duration.
You can find your course of interest by conducting a course search. The search results will provide you with links to the College websites; you should contact the College directly for full information about your course of interest.
It is also possible to study at a distance through the University of London International Programmes.
How to apply
Each College sets its own entrance requirements. Candidates applying for full-time qualifications must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Each University of London College counts as a separate choice on your UCAS form.
If you have any further questions about how to apply, you should seek advice from the College at which you wish to study.
If you wish to study by distance learning you should apply directly to the University of London International Programmes.
If you would like to request a printed copy of ‘University of London – Guide to the Colleges and Institutes‘ please complete our online form.