Fees and funding

Tuition fees

The fees indicated are for undergraduate entry in the 2016/17 academic year.

UK & EU fee
£9,000 (2016/17)
Overseas fee
£16,130 (2016/17)

Various funding options are available, including student loans, scholarships and bursaries. UK students whose household income falls below a certain level may also be eligible for a non-repayable bursary or for certain scholarships. Please see the Fees and funding pages for more details.

Departmental scholarships

The Scholarships and Funding website lists scholarships and funding schemes available to UCL students. These may be open to all students, or restricted to specific nationalities, regions or academic department.

Programme contacts

Dissertations 2003

  • The politics of the press in the slaughter of Piazza Fontana
  • Immigration and asylum seeking policy in the EU and France
  • Chronicling the Franco regime in autobiography fiction: the approaches of Barral, Martin Gaite and Goytisolo
  • Nationalism, modernism and the discourse of Interventionism: The case of Gli Avvenimenti, Milan 1915
  • Pride and Prejudice: A multi-disciplinary study of homophobia in hetersexual men in Western societies with a case study of Italy
  • Is 'Sicilian-ness' part of 'Italian-ness'?
  • France's partnership with Africa in the new unilateralism
  • Spanish society in the aftermath of the 1898 crisis: The perceptions and responses of four contemporary Spanish writers
  • The end of ideologies, freedom and racism. A case study of the FPÖ
  • To what extent can Nietzsche' philosophy be described as being inherently Nazi?
  • Seville: balancing the Andalucian myth with the technopolis dream
  • The EU's uncertain political identity - An analysis of European citizenship and Europe in Italian political discourse
  • Kant and the problem of scepticism
  • Consuming Classics: the popularisation of classical music and its impact in the Netherlands
  • On Freedom
  • The interaction between the political system and social movements. A case study of the anti-globalisation movement in Italy.
  • The republican tradition in France and left-wing politics - A case study of Jean-Pierres Chevenement
  • 'The French Republic, one and indivisable.' The threat of immigration policy to the French Republican tradition
  • Fiume's Carta del Carnaro: a dannunzian proto-fascist document or a syndicalist project?
  • French Unemployment: A product of labour market institutions
  • Right wing extremism in Berlin: 1990 to the present
  • Social Contract and Obligation
  • Who should be tolerated? Decency and injustice in John Rawls' The Law of Peoples*
  • A comparison between the Basque and Catalan Nationalist movements and their possible future direction
  • Nietzsche's Critique of Morality in Daybreak
  • Immigration in Spain: A threat to society or the need to integrate the immigrants - the case of the Autonomous Community of Madrid
  • Lille: Ailing provincial town to 'eurocity'?
  • Time is life: An anthropological study of time
  • A new Italian family? Why do Italian young adults remain in the home for an extended peiod of time?
  • In what ways did the social and political consequences of the Franco regime affect the nature of the student protest movement in Spain under the dictatorship?
  • How much is immigrant entrepreneurship facilitated by social capital? A case study of Chinese restaurant owners in Milan
  • The Gypsy minorityand their integration within the EU:The Spanish Case