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Fees and funding
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.
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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- Income Inequality in France and the role of the welfare state in preventing its climb
- Under What Conditions do EU Election Observation Missions Promote Implementation of Recommendations for Democratic Reform in Third Countries?
- Is the life of the French woman ”as free and equal as any man's” today? An investigation of gender equality and the remnants of second wave feminism in contemporary French society.
- Love and death in Mexican life. A study of cultural performance
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- Horizontal direct effect of European Union directives
- Virtual Spaces and Communities: A case study of the Dutch skateboard community and their use of technological tools
- Transforming the Public sphere: The new media and its influence on Russia
- The Philosophy of Praxis' in Antonio Gramsci and the early Gyorgy Lukács"
- Consequences on the function of elections of the 1982 German "Constructive vote of No-Confidence"
- The Role of Islam in the German Debate on Turkish Accession to the EU
- The influence of television on French presidential elections: To what extent does television make the electorate vote for the individual rather than the candidate?'
- Poor and Nasty or Noble and Savage - the state of nature in Hobbes's and Rousseau's philosophy
- The EU and China: revisiting the decision making processes within Sino-European relations
- To what extent can we witness a presidentialisation of the French political system under Sarkozy?
- To what extent do institutional intentions determine people's perception and experience of public space?
- The changing face of Spanish Foreign Policy towards the Maghreb
- How has institutional reform affected the political representation of women in Italy?
- How did Olof Palme’s vision of Swedish neutrality and his continuous struggle with pragmatism versus ideology affect and influence Sweden’s relationship with the USA?
- From Power Game to Cooperation: Towards a New Paradigm in EU-Russia Relations in the field of Natural Gas
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