The University of London has set the global standard for accessible higher education for more than 200 years. Our online taught programmes in economics, management, finance and the social sciences continue that tradition. Now, you can earn a world-class bachelor’s degree in as few as three years, without relocating.
Designed by the internationally ranked London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), these programmes make the undergraduate experience more cost-effective, engaging and empowering than ever.²
88% University of London distance and flexible learning students in work or further study six months after graduating.³
Learn with leading London universities wherever you are in the world.
Attend live sessions with engaging class teachers and fellow students.
Access the digital campus from anywhere via mobile, tablet or desktop devices.
Get personalised support at every stage, from admissions through to graduation.
Complete our brief form to learn more about our graduate entry track, which enables you to earn one of our online degrees in as few as two years.
For hundreds of years, the University of London and LSE have prepared students to think differently about the challenges that define global industries, economies and governments.
Our Bachelor of Science (BSc) programmes offer an interdisciplinary learning experience that integrates academic theory, research-based insight and practical skills.
Focus on specific finance techniques, analytical methods and decision-making strategies, and develop the practical skills to solve real-world finance issues.
Prepare for a range of widely recognised professional accounting accreditations, and learn how to analyse, report on and evaluate financial information.
Develop the quantitative skills and institutional knowledge required to make financial decisions, manage risk and understand market behaviour.
Study the functions, theory and history of the global ecosystem, and critically engage with contemporary issues like climate change and financial inequality.
Build a robust quantitative knowledge base and learn to take an in-depth analytical approach to economics using mathematics and statistics.
Cultivate your problem-solving abilities and learn how to critically evaluate complex international business and management issues.
Learn how to tackle concrete problems with data, and sharpen your core technical expertise in areas like statistics, mathematics and computer science.
Hone your logical reasoning skills and understand the diverse economic forces that drive individuals, global economies and resource distribution.
Apply economic principles and methodologies to management practice, and build vital analytical, quantitative and communication skills.
Founded in 1836, the University of London is one of the largest and most diverse universities in the world, with more than 50,000 learners studying in more than 190 countries. LSE is a world-leading social science university.⁴ Home to 37 world leaders and 18 Nobel Prize winners, LSE tackles society’s most complex problems through transformative research, teaching and action.
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¹ Indicative total programme cost for the 2020/21 academic year is £20,500 for non-UK residents. The indicative total cost does not include resit fees, potential annual fee increases, examination centre fees or other fees.
² Social Sciences and Management (2019). QS World University Rankings. Retrieved 17 December 2019 from https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2019/social-sciences-management
³ “Employment rates high for University of London graduates.” (2020). University of London. Retrieved 6 November 2020 from https://london.ac.uk/news-opinion/london-connection/news-brief/graduate-employment-rates-high
⁴ Social Sciences and Management. (2020). QS World University Rankings. Retrieved 6 November 2020 from https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2020/social-sciences-management