UCL and QMUL to partner with the American University of Technology
The program will begin this year, and will managed jointly by the law faculties of Queen Mary University London (QMUL) and University College London (UCL). The face-to-face courses will be taught by visiting University of London faculty and local professors, and online facilities will be provided by both AUT and the University of London.
Examinations will be administered twice a year by the British Council.
The University of London is also offering a Postgraduate Diploma in Laws and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws in partnership with AUT.
For more information about the program, please see the course brochure here (PDF file) or the University of London External System website.
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