University Colleges and Institutions, Schools of the University, and Institutions Having Recognised Teachers.

University of London: the Historical Record (1836-1926). Originally published by University of London Press, London, 1926.

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In this section

1926.

(a) Colleges incorporated in the University.

  • University College.
  • King's College and King's College for Women.

Incorporated Institutions and University Departments.

Goldsmiths' College (see under Institutions having Recognised Teachers below).

  • Brown Animal Sanatory Institution.
  • Commerce Degree Bureau.
  • Francis Galton Laboratory for National Eugenics.
  • Bartlett School of Architecture.
  • Institute of Historical Research.

(b) Schools of the University.

  • King's College for Women (Household and Social Science Department).
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology.
  • Royal Holloway College.
  • Bedford College for Women.
  • East London College.
  • London School of Economics.
  • South-Eastern Agricultural College, Wye.
  • Westfield College.
  • Birkbeck College.
  • London Day Training College.
  • School of Oriental Studies.
  • Hackney and New College, Hampstead.
  • Regent's Park College.
  • King's College, Theological Dept.
  • Wesleyan College, Richmond.
  • St John's Hall, Highbury.
  • St Bartholomew's Hosp. Med. Coll.
  • St Thomas's Hospital Med. School.
  • Westminster Hospital Med. School.
  • Guy's Hospital Medical School.
  • St George's Hospital Med. School.
  • London Hospital Medical College.
  • Middlesex Hospital Medical School.
  • Charing Cross Hospital Med. Sch.
  • London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women.
  • University College Hosp. Med. Sch.
  • King's College Hospital Med. Sch.
  • St Mary's Hospital Medical Sch.
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
  • Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine.
  • Royal Army Medical College.
  • Royal Dental Hospital and London School of Dental Surgery.
  • Naval Medical School of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
  • Maudsley Hospital.
  • Bethlem Royal Hospital.
  • School of Pharmacy. [36.]

(c) Institutions having Recognised Teachers.

  • University of London: Goldssmiths' College.
  • Battersea Polytechnic.
  • Chelsea Polytechnic.
  • City of London College.
  • Jews' College
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute.
  • Northern Polytechnic.
  • Rothamsted Experimental Station.
  • Royal Veterinary College.
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute.
  • West Ham Municipal College.
  • Woolwich Polytechnic.
  • Maria Grey Training College.
  • St Mary's College, Lancaster Gate.
  • Furzedown Training College.
  • Royal Academy of Music.
  • Royal College of Music.
  • Trinity College of Music.
  • Brompton Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest.
  • Hospital for Sick Children.
  • National Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System.
  • Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital.
  • National Institute for Medical Research. [23.]

Incorporated Colleges and Schools of the University Arranged in Faculties.

Faculty of Theology.

  • Hackney and New College, Hampstead.
  • Regent's Park College.
  • King's College, Theological Dept.
  • Wesleyan College, Richmond.
  • St John's Hall, Highbury.

Faculty of Arts.

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
  • Royal Holloway College.
  • Bedford College for Women.
  • East London College.
  • London School of Economics (Anthropology, Geography, History, and Sociology only).
  • Westfield College.
  • Birkbeck College.
  • London Day Training College (Pedagogy only).
  • School of Oriental Studies (Admitted under Statute 74).

Faculty of Laws.

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
          London School of Economics.

Faculty of Music.

Faculty of Medicine.

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
  • St Bartholomew's Hosp. Med. Coll.
  • St Thomas's Hospital Med. School.
  • Westminster Hospital Med. Sch.
  • Guy's Hospital Medical School.
  • St George's Hospital Medical Sch.
  • London Hospital Medical College.
  • Middlesex Hospital Medical School.
  • Charing Cross Hospital Med. Sch.
  • London (R.F.H.) School of Medicine for Women.
  • University College Hosp. Med. Sch.
  • King's College Hospital Med. Sch.
  • St Mary's Hospital Medical Sch.
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
  • Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine (Admitted under Statute 74).
  • Royal Army Medical College.
  • Royal Dental Hospital and London School of Dental Surgery (Dentistry only).
  • Naval Medical School of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
  • University College Hospital Dental School (National Dental Hospital) (Dentistry only).
  • Maudsley Hospital (Admitted under Statute 74).
  • Bethlem Royal Hospital (Admitted under Statute 74).
  • School of Pharmacy (Pharmacy only).

Faculty of Science.

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
  • King's College for Women (including the Household and Social Science Department).
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology.
  • Royal Holloway College.
  • Bedford College for Women.
  • East London College.
  • South-Eastern Agricultural College, Wye (Agriculture only).
  • Birkbeck College.

Faculty of Engineering.

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology.
  • East London College.

Faculty of Economics and Political Science (including Commerce and Industry).

  • University of London:
          University College
          King's College.
          London School of Economics.