University of London in Tunisia
About the University of London
Founded in 1836, the University of London is a world leader in higher education, and is one of the largest and most diverse universities in the UK. The University of London is a federal University, consisting of 17 independent member institutions, of which the London School of Economics and Political Science is one.
Most University of London programmes are developed by leading academics at our 17 member institutions, who set the curriculum and assessment and assure the quality of the learning and teaching materials. Some of the Member Institutions count world renowned universities such as London School of Economics, UCL, King’s College London, Royal Holloway and Queen Mary.
The University of London partners with student-centered renowned local institutions such as Carthage Business School to offer at-scale, affordable, accessible, high quality education to learners all over the globe.
The University has around 48,000 students in 190 countries, in addition to the 120,000 who study on campus in London.
Notable Alumni of University of London
Notable alumni include seven Nobel Prize winners – including Nelson Mandela – industry leaders, scientists and politicians who have shaped our world. Some of the leading names in this list include:
- Nelson Mandela, Political Leader and Philanthropist
- Mahatma Gandhi, National Leader
- Ronald Henry Coase, Economist
- Alan Walters, Economist
- H. Lawrence, Writer and Poet
- Derek Walcott, Poet, Playwright and Nobel Prize winner
- HG Wells, Writer
- Chinua Achebe, Poet and Novelist