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What do you need to know about UCL?

About UCL. UCL is one of the worlds leading universities, founded in London to open up education to all on equal terms. Today our outstanding research and innovative teaching drive entrepreneurial solutions to the worlds major problems. Read more about UCL.

How many students are at UCL?

University College London has around 41,500 students and over 18,000 of those students are from outside the UK. Our students choose from across 60 different academic units. In the QS World University Subject Rankings for 2018, UCL features in the global top-ten universities in twelve subject areas and the global top-twenty in twenty subject areas.

How do I apply to UCL as an international student?

International students should apply to UCL via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service or UCAS using the same process as UK/EU students.Find out how to apply. Students wishing to apply for a graduate taught degree can find out more with this step by step guide to applying to UCL.

How do I get advanced standing at UCL?

Advanced standing is only awarded at UCLs discretion - please enquire with the relevant programme contacts listed on individual degree pages. For undergraduate programmes at UCL, there may be the possibility to transfer into a programme from another institution.

What are some interesting facts about UCL?

About UCL. UCL is Londons leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different countries. Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, UCL was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men.

Why work at UCL London?

Our position in London brings unique benefits, providing all with access to a wealth of opportunities, and enabling us to contribute to everything that makes it one of the worlds greatest cities. Find out more about how UCL works - our institutional plans and strategies, faculties, and financial information.

How many A levels do I need to offer to UCL?

If you wish to study at UCL you should offer a minimum of two A level subjects from the list of preferred subjects. We are happy to accept any subject as the third A level you offer, provided the other two subjects appear on the approved list.

Does UCL accept General Studies and critical thinking?

We do not recognise General Studies and Critical Thinking for admissions purposes. If you wish to study at UCL you should offer a minimum of two A level subjects from the list of preferred subjects. We are happy to accept any subject as the third A level you offer, provided the other two subjects appear on the approved list.

Can I study abroad at UCL?

Every year, UCL welcomes students from universities around the world to study for 3 or 6 weeks in July and August. As a Study Abroad student at UCL you have access to an extensive and flexible range of subject options.

How do I find UCL entry requirements for graduate level programmes?

UCL entry requirements for graduate level programmes are usually listed with reference to the UK grading system. However, there is a guide to the equivalent grades from universities in other countries on the Information by country pages of the UCL website. Please select your country and view the ‘Entry Requirements’ section.

How do I apply for UCL affiliate study?

All Study Abroad/Independent/Erasmus/Exchange students should apply by going to the UCL Apply Online system and then selecting the appropriate level of Affiliate study. What you need to complete the application (your application will only be processed when you have provided all of the following):

How many international students study in London at UCL?

Information for international students interested in studying in London at UCL. We have 18,000 students from outside the UK and many of our tutors are world-leading academics in their field. For the most up-to-date advice and information concerning our response to Covid-19 please see our FAQs for schools and prospective students.

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