The member institutions which provide Academic Direction for the degrees supported at CLB
Founded in 1823, Birkbeck is unique in its special mission to enable mature students to gain higher education qualifications via part-time study.
King's College London
Established in 1829, King’s College London has been responsible for some of the discoveries that have shaped the modern world.
School of Economics & Political Science - LSE
Since 1895, LSE has been regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences.
With a rich and diverse heritage, Queen Mary is one of the largest Colleges of the University.
Founded in 1826, UCL was the first university in England to admit students of any race, class or religion, and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. A pioneer of the university-based teaching of law, architecture and medicine.
Founded in 1879 was originally a women-only college and currently comprises Bedford College founded in 1849 as a higher education college for the education of women following a merger of both institutions in 1985.
Established in 1836 as a degree awarding examination body and as a secular alternative to Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
The University of London (UoL) has almost two centuries of experience in delivering university education of excellent standards and quality. The University’s commitment to quality education is exceptional and has been focused and relentless in doing so. Not compromising on quality.
As a federal University, consisting of 17 independent member institutions, students belong to a particular member institution as well as the University of London. This allows students to have access to a wide range of facilities and services.