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The University of London International Programmes

In addition to the wide range of degrees available to students attending Goldsmiths full or part-time, we also provide a selection of distance learning programmes through our association with the University of London International Programmes.

Since 1858, the University of London International Programmes has offered a variety of University of London degrees worldwide to students who cannot attend university in person. Former students and alumni include Asa Briggs, Nelson Mandela, Wole Soyinka and Derek Walcott.

More than 100 programmes are currently available, and there are over 50,000 students worldwide. All degrees and diplomas offered through the University of London International Programmes are awarded by the University of London.  

The University of London International Programmes is a partnership of the Member Institutions of the University of London and the University of London International Academy.

The academic direction of the programmes is the responsibility of a particular Member Institution (or consortium of Member Institutions). Goldsmiths is responsible for two subject areas, Computing and English, and offers the following programmes: 

Goldsmiths' academics develop each course syllabus, write subject guides and prepare and mark examinations. Students may sit their examinations in London, or in examination centres across the world.

Further information is available in the Computing and Humanities prospectuses, the Computing programme specification, the English programme specification and the regulations for the Computing and English programmes.

You may seek support from teaching institutions, some of which are recognised by the University of London International Programmes' Teaching Institutions Recognition Framework.

Staff at the University of London International Programmes deal with all student administration, including enquiries, applications, registration and despatch of study materials.

Staff

The Computing programmes are managed by Maggie Cooper, Programmes Director, with the assistance of Kärt Luik, Programmes Officer and Isabella Jones, Academic Development Manager.

The English programmes are managed by Sarah Barnsley, Programme Director and Carole Maddern, Deputy Programme Director.

The quality assurance work of the University of London International Programmes at Goldsmiths is managed by Margaret Stern, International Programmes Administrator.

 

Contact us

For all enquires about the University of London International Programmes, please contact:

The Information Centre
University of London
Stewart House
32 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DN

Online enquiries form 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8360

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