“I met with amazing people from different parts of the world on this platform where we share different ideas and work as a team.”

A warm welcome to our first MSc Professional Accountancy student blogger, Usman.

“Life is all about making the right decision at the right time”

“Balance is key […]. Be realistic with your time and goals.”

Student blogger, Philip, offers his advice on designing and implementing a successful study plan in the run up to examinations.

#StudyTips #ExamMotivation

Find a Pattern of Studying That Works – Be Your Own Superhero

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2017 London Graduation Ceremony

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Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day!

Did you know that showing kindness to others is linked to the increased production of endorphins, the brain’s natural painkiller?

Brighten up someone’s day with a small act of kindness.

#RandomActsofKindnessDay #FridayFact
"Although I never sat a single minute in a classroom, I felt part of a group of people that was very close to each other."

We speak to Urs Baumgartner, who studied by distance learning for an MSc in Environmental Management, directed by SOAS University of London.

My degree directed by SOAS made me an expert in environmental management

Meet one of our Student Relationship Managers, Peter O‘Hara, as he gives a guide to his role and why cycling is about to become an important part of his spare time!

We continue to find out more about the staff supporting students around the world with the second interview in our Q&A series.

Getting to know the people behind the University of London: Peter O'Hara

Happy Valentine’s Day! Studying as a couple allowed Thomson Png and Seow Pea Ee to both tutor and challenge each other as they studied our LLB programme in Singapore.

#HappyValentinesDay #ValentinesDay

Alumni Inspiration: Thomson Png and Seow Pea Ee, LLB, Singapore

Husband and wife Thomson Png and Seow Pea Ee both chose to undertake a University of London Bachelor of Laws degree in Singapore to enhance their banking car...

Cristina Alderighi shares how the MSc in Environmental Economics has helped her in her role with the United Nations.

How my degree has added value to my career

Do you need a new approach to lose bad study habits and get back on track? After the New Year lull, student blogger Tiffany shares her plan to keep pushing towards her goal.

How I Plan to Have a Productive Year

Moot Competitions are a great way to gain practical experience during law studies. Amna Riaz Ali summarises the 2017 Annual Moot Court Competition in Pakistan.

Esteemed lawyers and academics preside over Moot Court

"Formative assessment is not meant as a future performance predictor, rather as a training ground for practicing arguing and writing skills."

BA English Blogger Ana offers an insight on how to approach formative assessment.

Choose your Own Adventure: formative assessment

Great to see three member institutions of the University of London named among the world's most international universities! The institutions - UCL, LSE and King's - provide academic direction for a range of our programmes.

Three member institutions feature in top 20 of new THE Rankings

“He inspired me to think of note-taking like one of his epic runs to the finish line […] – a combination of precision, technical expertise, and speed”.

In preparation for exam season, one of our student bloggers shares her secrets to effective note-taking comparing the process to the skilled journey of a downhill skier. #studytips #exammotivation

How to take Good Notes!

Queen Elizabeth II is Britain’s longest reigning monarch, marking 65 years today with the beginning of the first Sapphire Jubilee in British history.

Birkbeck, University of London Lecturer, Dr Caroline Kamau, shares her views on supporting new mothers with their return to work.

Women suffering from postpartum depression need more support

National Libraries Day (UK) is held every February to recognise the valuable contribution libraries make to our society!

A new ‘Humanities Digital Library’ was recently launched as an initiative between the School of Advanced Study - University of London and the University of London, to increase the accessibility of scholarly research.

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Humanities Digital Library

Distractions can be hard to ignore, especially when using digital devices for study. Take a look at how we can harness these devices to stay focused and boost our memory.

How to manage digital distraction in your studies

"I paused to consider how my choice will help me interpret and contribute to the world around me."

PG Laws student blogger Caowrites discusses the importance of taking time to choose the right courses for study.

How Will I Choose My Courses?

Our cover photos for 2017 come from our 2017 calendar, made up of the winning and highly commended images from our imagenation5 photo competition.

The February photo, entitled 'Girl Skipping', was taken by Sinead Marie O'Doherty in Abu Dhabi's Grand Mosque.

Find out about all our imagenation5 winners at: [ Bit.ly Link ]