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Heads of Colleges of the University of London

This is a list of all current Heads of Colleges and Central Academic Bodies of the University of London.

Heads of Colleges

Master, Birkbeck

Director, Courtauld Institute of Art

Warden, Goldsmiths'

Principal, Heythrop College

Chief Executive and President, Institute of Cancer Research

Director, Institute of Education

Principal, King's College London

Dean, London Business School

Director, London School of Economics and Political Science

Director, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Principal, Queen Mary

Principal, Royal Academy of Music

Principal, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Principal, Royal Holloway

  • Professor Paul Layzell

Principal, Royal Veterinary College

  • Professor Stuart Reid

Principal, St George’s

Director and Principal, School of Oriental and African Studies

  • Professor Paul Webley

Principal and Dean, The School of Pharmacy

  • Professor Anthony Smith

President and Provost, University College London

Heads of Central Academic Bodies

Dean, School of Advanced Study

  • Professor Roger Kain CBE FBA

Dean, University of London International Programmes

Dean, University of London Institute in Paris

Director, University Marine Biological Station, Millport

  • Professor Jim Atkinson
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