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UCL Shop

The UCL Shop will be closing at 5pm on Friday 5th February 2016 for cleaning maintenance.

The UCL Shop is located in the basement of the Wilkins Building. From the South Cloisters, follow the corridor round to the right, turn left at the swing doors and go down the stairs. From the South Junction entrance, go through the pair of double doors and turn left.

We sell:

  • UCL clothing
    ties, T-shirts, fleeces, hoodies, scarves and ski/baseball caps

  • Computer supplies
    including PC and inkjet papers, mouse mats, printer and ethernet cables, DVDs, CD-Rs and flash/memory sticks

  • Art and craft materials
    including paper, brushes, oil, watercolours, gouache, acrylics, varnishes, mediums, inks, charcoal and pastels, fixatives, balsa wood, knives and blades

  • Drawing equipment and accessories
    including portfolios, technical pens and nibs, inks, drawing boards and cutting mats, scissors, compasses, teletubes, rules and set squares

  • Stationery
    general office stationery including folders and files, ring binders, office pens, adhesives and diaries

  • Food and drink
    Belu (the UK's first carbon-neutral bottled water), freshly-made sandwiches, drinks, snacks and confectionery

  • Miscellaneous items
    including top-up cards and vouchers for mobile phones, stamps, batteries, toiletries, medicines and personal security products

  • Services
    including vouchers for replacement UCL identity cards, recycling point for batteries and all ink cartridges and a postal collection service for pre-stamped mail.

Opening Hours

Term Time

  • Monday - Friday: 9am - 5.30pm

Non-Term Time / Reading Week

  • Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 5pm

Payment methods accepted:

  • Cash
  • Credit/debit card payments for purchases over £3.00
  • Electronic IDTs for purchases of £25.00 and over (UCL ID needed for collection)
  • UCL Purchasing cards


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