University College London (UCL)
Known as London’s Global University, University College London (UCL) is the oldest and largest university in London. Founded in 1826, UCL has produced 33 Nobel prize winners as well as many other personalities that have gone on to become visionaries of their era’s
In 1907, the Royal College of Science, The Royal School of Mines and the City & Guilds college were combined to form Imperial college. Imperial is home to 17,000 students and attracts undergraduates from 125 countries. The college focuses on the four main disciplines of science, engineering, medicine and business and is home to the greatest concentration of high-impact research of any major UK University.
Kings College London
Kings College London was founded in 1829 and became one of the two founding colleges of the University of London in 1836. King’s has a particularly distinguished reputation in the humanities, law, the sciences and social sciences including international affairs. It has played a major role in many of the advances that have shaped modern life, such as the discovery of the structure of DNA and research that led to the development of radio, television, mobile phones and radar.
London School of Economics and Political Sciences
London School of Economics is one of the most reputed and well know educational institution in the world. Despite its name, the LSE has many courses outside of economics, such as media, statistics, philosophy and history. It’s also home to a library that has more than 4 million print volumes, more than 60,000 online journals, 29,000 electronic books and is visited by 7,500 people daily.