Universities & Constituents
Deakin University, Australia
Initiated in 1974, Deakin University was one of the first universities to begin in the state of Victoria in Australia. In order to conceive a revolution in the way forthcoming generations perceived the aspect of learning, skills, experience and overall dynamism. Now accredited with nominations from some of the world’s leading University Ranking corporations, Deakin is now the preferred choice for students not just in Australia, but around the world.
While the Academic Ranking of World Universities, Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings – all of which are the most notable for divulging global statistics about international universities have placed Deakin as one of the topmost in the industry, the high rates of student satisfaction also prove to show the proficiency and reliability of this educational institution.
What’s more, Deakin also strives to offer a holistic education solution to each student, by providing just the right resources to excel at desired careers. By maintaining strong relationships with veterans in every field of expertise, only the very latest makes into the curriculums herein, assuring nothing short of the most superlative when it comes to tertiary education.
University of London, UK
Established by Royal Charter in 1836, The University of London is now one of the most sought for names in the world of Tertiary Education for aspiring students all over the world. Consisting of 17 Colleges and 10 Research Institutes within its network, this university consists of more than 170,000 student population that’s pursuing a portfolio in numerous fields of expertise, including those based out of the country, all thanks to its International Programmes.
From lucrative career options to superior quality of campus life, every student is destined to acquire nothing short of the very best once enrolled into this university, be it in person or from another country. As QS World University Rankings has listed 4 of the University of London’s colleges amongst the 10 best in the world, there’s no doubt about the excellence that one is assured to expect, both short and long term.
University of London, Constituents
The London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE)
The Department of Economics, at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) is one of the leading economics departments in the world consistently ranked in the top 20 economics departments worldwide. LSE continues to be one of the top universities in the world according to the latest ‘Times Higher Education World University Rankings’. The 2019 rankings scored LSE particularly highly for its international outlook, its research, its teaching environment and its citations, four of the five measures on which the rankings were based.
LSE is one of the foremost social science universities in the world, first opening its doors in 1895 and became a constituent college of the University of London in 1900, with the motto ‘rerum cognoscere causas‘, which is simply translated as ‘to know the cause of things’ embodies the desire for development of knowledge and educational curiosity.
LSE, with expertise across the full spectrum of mainstream economics, has a long-standing commitment to remaining at the cutting edge of developments in the field and it has ensured the lasting impact of its work on the discipline as a whole. Almost every major intellectual development within Economics over the past fifty years has had input from members of the department, which counts ten Nobel Prize winners among its current and former staff and students. Their commitment to developing and maintaining practical engagement alongside academic excellence is a hallmark of the Department, whose past and present members have played significant roles in shaping UK and international economic policy.
Reflected in the 2014 Research Assessment Exercise (REF) which recognised LSE’s outstanding contribution to the field, 56 per cent of the Department’s research output was graded 4 star (the highest category), indicating that it is ‘world-leading’. A further 33 per cent was designated ‘internationally excellent’ (3 star). The Department’s research has been utilised in efforts to tackle major global challenges such as climate change; economic instability; economic development and growth; and national and global productivity and inequality, often catalysing profound shifts in policy debate and formulation. Commitment to research inevitably translates to programme content being current and consistent with the modern world of today.
RIC offers a lineup of some of the most prevalent Degree Programmes which are under the rigorous academic direction of LSE and the Degree is awarded by the prestigious University of London.
In the case of the undergraduate laws programme, the academic direction is provided by six the University of London Colleges with Law Schools or Departments, collectively known as the Laws Consortium. Upon successful completion of their studies, students are awarded a University of London degree or diploma.
Founded in 1823, Birkbeck is unique in its special mission to enable mature students to gain higher educational qualifications via part-time study. Traditionally the College is known for its excellence in research in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences
King’s College London
Established in 1829, King’s College London has been responsible for some of the discoveries that have shaped the modern world, such as the development of antiseptics and the discovery of the structure of DNA.
Queen Mary, University of London
With a rich and diverse heritage, Queen Mary is one of the largest Colleges of the University. Now heralded for its quality research efforts, it began life in 1887 as the People’s Palace, a philanthropic endeavour to provide East Londoners with education and social activities
SOAS is the world’s largest center for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Founded in 1916, it has built an enviable reputation around the globe for its award winning, cross-disciplinary social sciences, arts and humanities programmes.
University College London
Founded in 1826, UCL was the first university in England to admit students of any race, class or religion, and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. A pioneer of the university-based teaching of law, architecture and medicine, UCL has produced 21 Nobel prize winners
The London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE)
Since 1895, LSE has been regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences. Alumni and former staff include 15 Nobel prize winners and 34 past/present heads of state.