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NAME: University of North London
LOCATION: London, England

University of North London
The University of North London offers a wide range of opportunities for students from Japan in a vibrant and diverse university community. The University has students from over one hundred countries studying a variety of stimulating and flexible courses. Our long experience with international students has taught us that a sympathetic, supportive and challenging environment will help you to get the best out of your time with us.

London is a fantastic city in which to live and study. The University is located in the London Borough of Islington, close to Central London. It is just a few minutes to the West End, Buckingham Palace and most of London's famous landmarks. However, Islington itself offers lots of amenities including theatres, pubs, cafes, shops and banks, as well as very convenient transport links. It has everything you need for an enjoyable and exciting time in London.

The University offers a wide range of courses including:

English Language - 1, 3, 6 and 9 month programmes in General English and Academic English.

Junior Year Abroad - a 2-part programme starting in April, for current university students or graduates, who wish to spend a year at a UK university improving their English and taking academic subjects.

International Foundation Programme - a one-year bridging programme for high school graduates, giving English language, IT and academic preparation for studying an undergraduate degree in the UK.

Undergraduate Programmes - over 100 subjects at diploma (2 years) and degree (3 years) level. Popular subjects include Architecture and Interior Design, Business, Tourism Studies, Hospitality Management, Sports Management, Mass Communication, Education, Computing, Psychology, Women's Studies, Food Science and Environmental Science, though there are many more.

Postgraduate Programmes - a wide choice of subjects are offered, including International Business, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, International Relations, Architecture and Interior Design, Mass Communications, Computing and MBA.

All courses (except JYA) have a September start, though many also have an additional start date in February each year.

The University of North London has four Halls of Residence, each offering a differing range of facilities and all within walking distance of the main University site. Accommodation in halls is guaranteed for international students whose accommodation application is received by mid-August. An accommodation service, with staff who will help you find alternative accommodation is also available (e.g., homestay, private halls, shared apartment, etc).

Facilities include a newly-built technology tower with over 700 computers, a well-stocked library, state-of-the-art Language Centre, media centre, an award-winning student venue hosting a variety of lively events and concerts, cafes in each building, a well-equipped gym and a near-by sports complex. There are also a variety of sports clubs and student societies to choose from in order to meet more students and get involved in activities. student

Student Services
One comment often heard about the University of North London is the helpfulness and friendliness of its staff. Special assistance is offered to international students because the staff recognizes and understands how difficult it can be to live in a foreign country. Services include a Careers office, Accommodation office, Student Advice Service, confidential counselling service and also the International Office.

GD Links
University of North London Web Site
International Office
Undergraduate Degrees
Postgraduate Degrees
Tuition Fees
International Foundation Programme
Japanese Students
English Language Requirements
English as a Foreign Language (EFL)

The International Office
University of North London
166-220 Holloway Road
London, England N7 8DB
Tel: 44-20-7753-3314
Fax: 44-20-7753-5015
Contact via E-mail
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