The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is one of the many universities and institutions whose students regularly come to the Document Centre for thesis or dissertation printing and binding services. Our thanks to all those who have ordered, past and present.
About the University
The School, which is actually a research university, was founded in 1899 and is now regarded as second to none in the research field of public health and infectious disease. Originally based at a seamen’s hospital in London Docklands, its main home is now at two locations in London’s WC1 district, being Keppel Street and Tavistock Place.
The School has many faculties including Epidemiology and Population Health, Infectious and Tropical Disease which includes diseases such as HIV, Malaria, TB and vaccine development, the Faculty of Public Health and Policy and numerous research centres. The School attracts research income each year from various different sources, currently amounting to £85 million and is ranked very highly in multiple university league tables, scoring extremely well globally on the key measures of Impact together with citation rateand social science and public health.
Staff and students from the School originate from more than 150 locations around the world and the school’s alumni, in over 180 counties, totals more than 20,000 members. This network provides healthy links to the school and from member to member.
Thesis & dissertation printing & binding services for university students
The Document Centre is one of the UK’s top suppliers of dissertation and thesis printing and binding, supplying many students from most UK universities and many of those from abroad. They can supply many different types of binding with many optional extras. Students can drop off to the London SE1 centre or remotely upload their work in PDF format via the online ordering service. They can also select from a wide range of options, for instance on preferred timescale and multiple delivery addresses. There is even a free delivery service to several London institutions.
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