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.

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Dissertations 2005

  • Culture at the service of political ideology? The relationship between cultural developments and political debate in 1960s Italy, and the role of cultural protest
  • Italian immigration policy: An analysis of the Bossi-Fini Law and its effects
  • The EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy after the Draft Constitutional Treaty – an institutional analysis
  • Why was the Opfernation’ myth created and sustained in post-war Austria?
  • To what extent can Utilitarian philosophy provide a satisfactory justification of punishment?
  • An evaluation of the role of consent in Onora O’Neill’s Kantian endorsed theory of respecting a person
  • Social contractarianism and the justification of humanitarian intervention
  • Prostitution in abolitionist France after the ‘Loiu pour la sécurité intérieure’
  • The experience of Jews in Italy under Mussolini and the course of WWII
  • Solving the Environment Question: An examination of the obstacles and approaches to positive environmental progress
  • Does Holiday Effect still exist? New evidence from the UK
  • The Unknown Soldiers: The story of foreign volunteers fighting for Franco during the Spanish Civil War
  • ‘Soft power’: the material representation of China in France
  • Consumption in the 21 st century: Are we consuming, or are we being consumed?
  • The role of public opinion in political debate in the light of the Dreyfus Affair
  • The regional versus the national group politico-territorial identity in Italy, with special reference to Tuscany
  • Can we accommodate both respect for Rights, and other concerns, in state activity?
  • Franco-German relations after the Treaty of Nice and its impact on EU enlargement
  • The Guijarro sisters: Traditional women?
  • Language, culture, identity: mother tongue tuition and integration of youth of immigrant background in contemporary Sweden
  • To what extent is the German PDS and its future in crisis?
  • Is Italy ‘the land that feminism forgot’? The struggle for reproductive freedom
  • To what extent has tourism affected aspects of cultural identity and tradition in Tyrol?
  • Sartre’s Obscene: In search of an objective explanation of obscenity
  • Investigation into the stereotype of Italian fashionability
  • French motoring change 1900-1914
  • To what extent can Germany’s successful transition to democracy after WWII be attributed to the Allies?
  • The evolution and symbolism of hats in the twentieth century
  • From ecclesiastical centre to capital of the Italian state: How did the architecture and urban planning of Rome reflect this change in status?
  • Did unification herald a new era in the military and security policy of the FRG and to what extent did the events of 1989-90 precipitate any change?
  • The importance of the Private Sphere: how and to what extent does it influence and reflect the public sphere?
  • Comparing German and EU decision-making structures. How similar are they and why?
  • Ethnographic museums at a turning point: do they still have any reason to exist in the age of globalisation?
  • Kant’s Critique of Judgement: Pleasure, displeasure and ugliness in Kant’s third Critique Urban segregation and government in France: Controlling space and social interaction by planning and the Loi Sarkozy