Cass Business School was founded in 1967 and is the business school of City University London. The school is divided into three faculties: the Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance, the Faculty of Finance and the Faculty of Management. The institution grants BSc (Hons), MSc, MBA and PhD degrees and is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) in the United Kingdom. Another noteworthy fact about Cass Business School is that it is the biggest European provider of specialist MSc degrees in financial services. It has made available more than 18 programs, such as Investment... See full description.
ESCP Europe is an international business school, which runs campuses in five of the most renown European cities: Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, and Turin. ESCP Europe was formed in 1819, and is the oldest business school in the world. The programs made available at the London campus include a Master in Management, a Master in European Business (MEB), a Master in Marketing and Creativity, Summer Courses, Executive MBA, Executive Master in Energy Management, and Bespoke Education. The London campus sits on 4,000 square metres of land, and is sub-divided into educational and residential... See full description.
Imperial College London was founded in 1907. Currently welcomes to nearly 14,000 students, of which a large number of them come from about 120 countries. This institution is considered to be among the best in the world.
King's College London was founded by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington (then Prime Minister) in 1829 as a university college in the tradition of the Church of England. It now welcomes staff and students of all faiths and beliefs.
King's professors played a major part in nineteenth-century science and in extending higher education to women and working men through evening classes. The College has grown and developed through mergers with several institutions each with their own distinguished histories. These include the United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas'... See full description.
London Metropolitan University is based in London, UK. It was born on the 1st of August 2002 through the merger of the University of North London and the London Guildhall University. It has campuses in the City of London and in the London Borough of Islington. London Metropolitan University is guided by the motto that everyone deserves access to affordable education. It strives to provide a truly dynamic, diverse and multicultural atmosphere to its students. The university consists of the following faculties: Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design; Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Media... See full description.
London South Bank University (LSBU) has, for more than 100 years and counting, focused on providing professional opportunity for all students who can benefit from their services.
Originally established as the Borough Polytechnic Institute in 1892, the original aim of London South Bank University was “to promote the industrial skill, general knowledge, health and well-being of young men and women”, which remains remarkably similar to the goals the institute pursues today. Their continuous focus on vocational education and professional opportunity consistently allows them to... See full description.
Middlesex University is a university, based in north London, England. It was established in 1973 as Midlessex Polytechnic. Its proximity to the historic county Middlesex gave it its current name. In 2005, the university started rationalizing its schools with the purpose of specializing in its strongest areas of business, computing, and the arts. Currently, the institution is divided into five schools: School of Arts and Education; Business School; School of Engineering & Information Sciences; School of Health and Social Sciences; and an Institute for Work Based Learning. All these are... See full description.
Regent's University London, is one of the United Kingdom’s most respected independent universities and one of the most internationally diverse, with around 140 different student nationalities on campus—students hailing from every corner of the globe.
The university is a very special seat of learning in the region, a place which develops a special kind of individual – people who are succeeding in making a very real mark both at home and around the world.
Regent’s University London is an independent and not for profit institution. What this means is that their sole... See full description.
The City College is an Approved Support Centre of the Edinburgh Business School. Founded in 1979, the college is an independent institution, serving the educational needs of local and international students. Each program that the college offers undergoes a rigorous approval process, which is a guarantee for the quality of tuition provided there. The City College strives to maintain a multicultural environment with students coming from all over the globe. It is also one of the first private colleges to achieve accreditation and then one of the first to have a partnership with a State... See full description.
University College London was founded in London, in 1826 and is an institution that has not discriminated in religions, races and classes from the beginning. It was the first to admit women in its classrooms, on equal terms as men. It is regarded as one of the best universities today.
The University of London was established in 1836, and what distinguishes it from other institutions is that it consists of 19 separate colleges, which are somewhat independent in nature. Therefore, the University of London is the largest institution of higher learning in the UK by number of students enrolled.
The degrees offered at the University of London, as can be guessed, are extremely varied – there is a foundation course, together with a good range of undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and diplomas, as well as research degrees. In addition, there is a Taster Course program for... See full description.
University of London External System, now known as University of London International Programmes, provides students with worldwide flexible access to the University of London degrees. It has been operating since 1858, and now serves more than 50 thousand students, offering over 100 degrees. The distance learning programs are provided through the collaboration with 12 of the University of London colleges – they have developed each of the programs that students take, and an example is London School of Economics, which is responsible for the system’s economics and management-related... See full description.
As an educational institution of higher learning, the University of Westminster boasts a rich history and has for years been providing students with academic excellence, cultural engagement and personal enrichment, dating back to its inception as The Polytechnic Institution in 1838. In the following article we talk about the school’s unique heritage, and the traditions of excellence that have helped to shape it today.
University of Westminster: Brief History
The Westminster story began in 1838, when Sir George Cayley opened the Polytechnic Institution at 309... See full description.