Our Awarding Universities
Kaplan Holborn College programmes are either validated by or affiliated with prestigious and leading UK universities, ensuring that your degree will be highly regarded worldwide.
Anglia Ruskin University
Anglia Ruskin University was awarded university status in 1992 and today is one of the largest universities in the East of England. The courses offered are specifically designed to be not only relevant to the needs of industry and the professions, but also engaging and stimulating with an emphasis on the acquisition of practical skills.
University of London
The University of London International Programmes is one of the leading universities in Europe. It is a world-class federation of 19 self-governing Colleges and a number of smaller specialist Institutes which provide an unrivalled range of educational opportunities.
The University of London set up the University of London International Programmes in 1858 to offer its degrees by distance and flexible learning, so that those who are not able to study in London on campus are able to gain a University of London degree. Today, there are 50,000 students worldwide studying on 100+ degrees, diplomas and certificates.
Kaplan Holborn College is a Registered Centre for the University of London International Programmes. This means that we have acceptable standards for the purpose of supporting students of the University of London International Programmes in preparing for their examinations.
University of Wales
Founded by Royal Charter in 1893, the University of Wales is the degree awarding body for the majority of higher education students in Wales, as well as for other higher education institutions in the United Kingdom and overseas.
University of the West of England
Based in Bristol and tracing its roots back to 1595, the University of the West of England invests heavily in continually improving the student experience. The institution is driven by a goal to ensure students are able to significantly improve their employability at the end of their studies.