Undergraduate Admissions Procedure
This admission procedure is mainly for single-subject degrees, such as BSc Anthropology (L602) and BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad (L603), offered by UCL's Anthropology Department. For other degrees, please see relevant entries below:
- BA Archaeology and Anthropology (FL46)
- BSc Human Sciences (BCL0)
- Anthropology with Modern European Studies
- IBSc Medical Anthropology
All undergraduate applications to UCL's Anthropology Department are made through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
- Applications are made online using the 'Apply' system (www.ucas.com/students/apply)
- UCL's UCAS code is UCL U80. UCAS code for BSc Anthropology is L602, and for BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad is L603.
- The UCAS application fees are £23 for more than one university choice, or £12 for a single choice.
- Please ensure that you refer to the application timetable below. Follow us @UCLAnthropology to get updates and reminders.
- A Levels: AAA-AAB
- IB Diploma: 36-38
Details of entrance requirements for each degree programme can be found at:
1 September 2012
Opening date for the receipt of applications for entry in September 2013.
15 November 2012
Last date for applications to be included in the first batch of selection process.
15 January 2013
Last date for receipt of applications to guarantee full and equal consideration.
30 June 2013
Last date for receipt of late applications. Any applications received after this date are held by UCAS and are not forwarded to institutions.
All UCAS forms received by 15 November 2012 will be asked to complete and electronically submit the reading and essay task within three weeks of notification.
The second notification will take place shortly after the deadline for applications in January and candidates will get a similar three week period to read and write their essay.
The department has a long-standing policy of encouraging applications from those with non-standard qualifications. If you are such a candidate you may be asked to provide supplementary evidence of your suitability for the programme, for example by submitting an essay. All applications are considered on their own merits and offers may be tailored to your specific circumstances if we believe you have potential.
Jolanta Skorecka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More information about admission at UCL can be found at: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate-study/.