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The United Kingdom's Largest University

University of London is one of the largest, most diverse universities in the UK with over 120,000 students in London alone, and a further 50,000 studying abroad. The academic and research influence of the University is unparalleled in the UK. It consists of 17 member institutions and three central academic bodies and countless research institutes which fall under the University of London umbrella.

Here are some frequently asked questions about University of London.

What's it all about?

The University of London offers access to a wide range of academic opportunities and prides itself on paving the way for fundamental change within the academic industry. They were the first university to admit students regardless of their gender, race or religion and the first to admit women to degree programmes. Charles Dickens once described it as the ‘People’s University’.

What kind of courses do they offer?

As the UK’s largest university, they naturally offer almost every conceivable course at every level of study. These include but are not limited to:

  • Graduate Certificate
  • Graduate Diploma
  • MOOCs
  • MPhil and PhD
  • MSc
  • Postgraduate
  • Short courses
  • Undergraduate

So if you’re looking for a course in Accounting and Finance, Criminology, Gender Studies, Law, Marketing or something else then it’s a safe bet University of London will have something to suit.

Where is University of London located?

Senate House, Malet St, London WC1E 7HU

We’ve included a Google Maps route to help guide you there.

How do I get there?

University of London is less than 10 minutes away from the hotel.  As you exit the hotel, turn right onto Marchmont Street and then another right onto Tavistock Place. Keep walking until you pass Gordon Square. The main university building will be on your left.