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The University of London is one of the great universities of the world. Today, the University of London International Programmes is truly international in character with over 50,000 students from 180 different countries. Academic direction of programmes offered at SIM GE is provided by Goldsmiths, the London School of Economics and Political Science and University College London. 

UOL programmes at SIM GE are Business, Management, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Banking, International Relations, Politics, Mathematics, IT and Computing.

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the 18 member institutions of University of London. LSE oversees the programmes in Economics, Management, Finance and Social Sciences. In 2017, 216 graduates were awarded degrees with First Class Honours. 33 students also topped the examinations set and marked by LSE.

Highlights #1 - UOL
        Graduates of the University of London degree gain a high quality, internationally recognised qualification that lays the foundation for their whole careers. CCA and career guidance help to foster well-rounded graduates, who can make immediate contributions to top employers.

Sir Adrian Smith
Vice Chancellor, University of London

Kenddrick Chan

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in International Relations

Stay tuned to our upcoming events:

 Date Event
18 May 18EMFSS Public Briefing

Time: 2pm-3pm
Venue: SIM Headquarters
To register: Click here
 
22 May 18

Master of Science in Professional
Accountancy Public Briefing


Time:7pm-8.30pm
Venue: SIM Headquarters
To register: Click here

 

SIM UOL leaflet 2016

 

[NEW] Bridging Course for
Non-Business related Diploma Holders

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This new bridging course is targeted at non-business polytechnic diploma holders who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better, intend to study for a UOL degree, and who do not qualify for the SIM Bridging Course in Economics or in Mathematics. 

The three-month intensive bridging course aims to build a strong academic foundation that is essential to the students’ subsequent undergraduate studies with UOL in three specific degrees:
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in:
• Accounting and Finance
• Banking and Finance
• Business and Management

Upon completion of the bridging course, students will be awarded sufficient exemptions to qualify for completion of the UOL degree in an accelerated mode. The bridging course will give Congratulations to the Class of 2017. You have worked hard and waited a long time for the SIM-University of London graduation, which took place on 5 and 6 April 2018. Another shout out to the record-breaking 225 graduates with First Class Honours and award winners who have done showed exemplary performance. The graduation was attended by the following from University of London: Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Adrian Smith and Pro Vice-Chancellor, Dr Mary Stiasny. From the London School of Economics and Political Science were Pro-Director (Education), Professor Paul Kelly and Programme Director, Elizabeth Aitken. From the UCL School of Management were Deputy Head (Education), Dr Alan Parkinson and Programme Director, Lynsie Chew. From Goldsmiths, University of London, was Programme Director, Dr Maggie Cooper. We were privileged to have His Excellence, Mr Scott Wightman, The British High Commissioner to Singapore, preside at the first of four graduation ceremonies.non-business polytechnic diploma holders a similar opportunity as those with a business diploma to complete a UOL BSc degree within a minimum of two years.

For more information, click here. Refer to Exemption Tab on each programme page.

 

   

Another Graduation, Another Record

2018 Graduation
 

Congratulations to the Class of 2017. You have worked hard and waited a long time for the SIM-University of London graduation, which took place on 5 and 6 April 2018. Another shout out to the record-breaking 225 graduates with First Class Honours and award winners who have done showed exemplary performance.

The graduation was attended by the following from University of London: Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Adrian Smith and Pro Vice-Chancellor, Dr Mary Stiasny. From the London School of Economics and Political Science were Pro-Director (Education), Professor Paul Kelly and Programme Director, Elizabeth Aitken. From the UCL School of Management were Deputy Head (Education), Dr Alan Parkinson and Programme Director, Lynsie Chew. From Goldsmiths, University of London, was Programme Director, Dr Maggie Cooper. We were privileged to have His Excellence, Mr Scott Wightman, The British High Commissioner to Singapore, preside at the first of four graduation ceremonies.