Application Procedure for 2013 entry
You may apply for this programme on the UCAS application form by quoting the code for UCL: U80 and the programme code for European Social and Political Studies: Dual Degree BA: R992.
If you wish to be considered for both R992 ESPS: Dual Degree BA and R990 ESPS BA, you will need to make two separate UCAS applications.
You will be automatically considered for admission to Sciences Po's single degree, but you cannot apply to Sciences Po separately.
Please indicate clearly under 'further details' in the 'choices' section of the UCAS form:
- which European language you wish to study as your major language (French, German, Italian or Spanish).
- your choice of campus at Sciences Po.
For French you may indicate two campuses in order of preference, for Italian you may indicate two campuses out of Dijon, Menton and Paris in order of preference, for German you may indicate two campuses out of Dijon, Nancy and Paris in order of preference, for Spanish indicate Poitiers.
You may not apply for the language in which you have completed most of your schooling, or for English.
For further information on the languages offered on the programme click here.
Please ensure that your application includes predicted grades supplied by your teachers. If you are not taking A-levels, this information should consist of both an overall grade and a breakdown of grades for the individual subjects you are taking. Past performance (in the form of achieved grades in preceding years) should also be stated.
The UCAS application will normally be supplied by your school or college, or may be obtained from the Universities and Colleges Admission Service .
It is not normally possible to see the Admissions Tutor before applying, but all enquiries will receive a reply.
For further information please consult the UCL undergraduate prospectus online.
About the Assessment Day
If you live in Europe and you meet (or are expected to meet) our entry criteria, you will receive an email inviting you to one of our Assessment Days. This will involve an introduction to the degree by the Admissions Tutor, followed by the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) test. You will also have a 30-minute interview. The Assessment Day will provide an opportunity for you to find out more about the structure of the degree programme.
If you are resident in a country outside Europe you will be interviewed by telephone and asked to submit an essay on a set topic written under exam conditions.
Applicants taking a gap year will be required to attend an Assessment Day.
Assessment Days in 2012-13 will be on:
Wednesday 5 December 2012 Assessment Day Programme
Wednesday 6 February 2013 Assessment Day Programme
Wednesday 27 February 2013 Assessment Day Programme
Tuesday 19 March 2013 Assessment Day Programme (Note: this programme differs from those for the other Assessment Days)
Wednesday 20 March 2013 Assessment Day Programme.