Studying in London is an exciting experience because of the excellent offer of the city and the very high level of its schools. In the city there are 40 institutes of higher education that have a total of 400 thousand students.
School of Oriental and African studies
Normally known as SOAS, this university specializes in law, politics, economics, languages and cultural studies in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It offers 300 first-level bachelor’s degrees and 70 subjects that last one year.
Royal Holloway’s offer is particularly prestigious for arts, cultural studies and science. There are excellent MBA programs and a degree in history considered among the best. It is divided into three faculties: Arts, History and Social Sciences and Sciences. The campus is a building on the outskirts of London whose project has been inspired by the Chateau de Chambord, castle on the Loire.
Among the largest London universities by size, the Queen Mary has 21 departments divided into three sectors: Science and Engineering, Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws, as well as the prestigious Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. In addition to the excellent level of scientific studies, it has been ranked first on the Times “Higher Education” list by Geography, Linguistics, Theater and Dance.
London Schools of Economics and Political Science
Among the best universities in the United Kingdom and the first to the world for social and economic studies. Better known as the LSE, this prestigious school has a single faculty dedicated to the study of social sciences, which are subdivided into subjects such as sociology, politics, law, economics and a large offer of first level and master’s degrees. He has 16 Nobel prizes among his former students and professors, eleven for Economics, three for Peace and two for Literature.
London Businness School
The London Business School specializes in master courses (postgraduates) in business, finance and management. Especially his MBA program (Master of Business Administration) is considered one of the best at all and from here come the managers of the future.
University of London
The University of London is a university federation that unites 31 affiliates: 19 different university institutions and 12 research institutes. The major institutes are Birkbeck, Goldsmiths, King’s College London, London Business School, London School of Economics and Political Science, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, School of Oriental and African Studies and University College London (UCL).
University College London
The largest university in London is one that is always among the first in the United Kingdom and in the world. It offers almost all types of training opportunities, its faculties are grouped into mega schools: School of Life and Medical Sciences, Built Environment, Engineering Sciences, Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Laws, Social & Historical Sciences and School of Slavonic & East European Studies.
The Faculty of Law is considered one of the best in the United Kingdom. They reach a level of excellence in the international rankings Neurosciences, Pharmacies, Clinical Medicine, Psychiatry and Psychology and Immunology.
Università King’s College
Max Theiler, Nobel Prize in medicine for yellow fever vaccine, Maurice Wilkins, Nobel for the discovery of DNA structure, pathologist Thomas Hodgkin discoverer of Hodgkin’s disease. The writers Sir Arthur C. Clarke and Virginia Woolf, the poet John Keats.
Goldsmith has a great reputation for courses and research related to applied arts, creativity and sociology. The 15 departments are Anthropology, Art, Center for Cultural Studies, Computing, Constance Howard Resource and Research Center in Textiles Design, Drama, Educational Studies, English and Comparative Literature, History, Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE), Language Studies Center , Media and Communications, Music, Politics, Professional and Community Education (PACE), Psychology, Sociology, Visual Cultures.
It is aimed above all at students who work and offers excellent evening and part-time courses. The faculties are Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences, Science and Lifelong Learning (specialized in continuing education courses for adults and is divided into 16 schools.