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.
University of London International Programmes have offered a variety of University of London degrees worldwide since 1858 to those who cannot attend university in person. Famous alumni include Charles Dickens, Derek Walcott and Nelson Mandela. More than 100 programmes are currently available, with over 40,000 students in 180 countries.
Lead Colleges from throughout the University of London provide the academic leadership for the programmes. The Lead Colleges devise and provide students with study materials for their course(s). Students can sit their examinations in London, or in over 150 countries worldwide.
Goldsmiths is the Lead College for two subject areas, Computing and English, and offers the following programmes:
All degrees and diplomas offered through the University of London International Programmes are awarded by the University of London. As the Lead College for Computing and English, Goldsmiths is responsible for all academic aspects of the qualifications offered.
Goldsmiths academics and administrative staff develop each course syllabus, write subject guides, prepare and mark examinations. Some international teaching institutions are directly advised and accredited by the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths.
Staff at the University of London International Programmes deal with all student administration, including enquiries and application, registration and despatch of study materials.
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