About the University of London & its International Programmes
University of London (UOL), established by the Royal Charter in 1836, is one of UK's oldest and largest universities. It comprises of 18 colleges (i.e. London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University College London, King's College etc.) and 10 specialist research institutions. Each college is considered a 'university' itself and some are among the top 100 best universities in the world.
In 1858, University of London established the University of London International Programmes (UOLIP) to provide access to qualified students around the world. Today, it has more than 52,000 international students across 190 countries. Its former students and alumni include 7 Nobel Prize winners, leaders of Commonwealth countries, government ministers, renowned authors, academics, judges and business leaders.
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)
This BSc (Hons) in Accounting & Finance programme is designed by LSE, one of the most renowned colleges of UOL. Founded in 1895, LSE is regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in social sciences. Its teaching and research is recognised worldwide as a benchmark of quality. A total of 16 Nobel prize winners in economics, peace and literature and 34 heads of state have either studied or taught at LSE.