The School’s Distance Learning programmes operate through the University of London, and applications must be made through them.
Students are registered with both the University and the School. The course design, teaching and assessment are all undertaken by School staff.
- Application process
2. Submit your documentary evidence. This can be done online when submitting your application or at a later stage. Please see: www.londoninternational.ac.uk/applications-admissions/how-apply/documentary-evidence/sending-your-documents. Please do not send original documents (scanned copies are acceptable).
3. You will be notified by the University of London whether or not you have been accepted.
4. If you have been made an offer, you will receive an email with instructions for completing your online registration.
5. Start your studies. You will be given access to the School’s online learning site (Moodle) at the beginning of October. If you have registered for a module which provides hardcopy study materials, these will be sent to your correspondence address. (Clinical Trials modules are delivered solely online via Moodle).
MSc, PG Dip, PG Cert and individual modules Demography & Health, Epidemiology, Global Health Policy, Infectious Diseases, Public Health 31 August Clinical Trials 31 October
- Registration deadlines
MSc, PG Dip and PG Cert Demography & Health, Epidemiology, Global Health Policy, Infectious Diseases, Public Health 30 September Clinical Trials 30 November Individual modules Demography & Health, Epidemiology, Global Health Policy, Infectious Diseases, Public Health 31 October Clinical Trials 30 November
- Who to contact
If you have any questions about our distance learning programmes before submitting your application but you are not sure who to contact, we recommend the following:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for queries about programme content, modules or assessments
Contact University of London Student Advice Centre for queries about how to apply, documentary evidence or entry requirements
Alternatively, please contact Student Advice Centre, University of London, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DN, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0)20 7862 8360/8361/8362