- The website of Ashridge Business School takes you to Hult International Business School, a global organisation with campuses around the world. They offer one undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Business Administration, for a tuition fee of £23,580 per annum.
- BPP University (owned by the US Apollo Group) offers undergraduate courses in Accountancy and Finance, Law, Business and Management, and Health. “Health” may be something of a misnomer, given that it includes an “Integrated Undergraduate Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro)” (see this article). Fees for undergraduate degrees are £6K per annum for a 3-year course and £9K per annum for a 2-year course.
- The University of Buckingham was founded in 1973 and is the private university in the UK operating under a Royal Charter. It runs a range of degrees in arts and humanities, and offer a more intensive 2-year degree curriculum, at a fee of just over £9K per annum. In 2015, they expanded to offer a medical degree at a cost of just over £35K per annum for a 4.5 year course.
- The College of Estate Management offers part-time online courses in areas such as building surveying and estate management, at a cost of around £5.5K per annum.
- The University of Law (owned by Montagu Private Equity), as its name suggests, offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate law courses, and charges £9K per annum for a 2-year undergraduate LLB or £6K per annum for a 3-year degree.
- Regent’s University London offers undergraduate degrees in a wide range of subjects in arts and humanities, charging just under £16K per annum.
- RDI (a subsidiary of US firm Capella Education Company) partners with various UK Universities to offer distance learning courses. You can, for instance, take a Psychology degree at Anglia Ruskin University through RDI. The nature of the course gives flexibility in duration of study, with a total cost of just over £12K.
- Richmond, the American International University in London, offers a range of undergraduate courses, mostly in business and finance, with an annual fee of £9K.
*Correction: 24th December 2015; David Sweeney of HEFCE pointed out that the New College of Humanities is on the directory and can be found via the web interface. On the .csv file that I downloaded it is included under an alternative name, i.e. Tertiary Education Services Ltd.
PS, 3rd January 2016: The relationship between Tertiary Education Service and New College of the Humanities is discussed further here.