Students may be able to take up to 30 credits* of their taught modules at other University of London institutions. There are a number of institutions within the University of London with which UCL has a reciprocal arrangement. Students taking intercollegiate modules will be registered at the intercollegiate institution and will attend the teaching at the intercollegiate institution’s campus.
*MA Ancient History and MA Late Antique & Byzantine Studies students are permitted to take more than 30 credits of intercollegiate modules, due to the intercollegiate nature of the MA programmes they are registered on.
To find out what modules are available in other intercollegiate institutions, please refer to their webpages, where you should be able to find a list of modules running in the current academic year. If you have any difficulties, you should contact the teaching department directly. Students should liaise with the institution themselves, to enquire about availability and timetabling of the desired module. Once a place has been confirmed, students will need to obtain and complete an intercollegiate form for the teaching institution. These forms require a signature and/or stamp from the parent department (History) before they can be processed by the teaching institution, so it is better to complete these forms sooner rather than later.
Intercollegiate module choices must be relevant to your chosen programme of study and must be approved by the Degree Tutor.
Once module choices have been finalised, it is the student’s responsibility to check that none of their intercollegiate modules clash with their History modules.
Please find links to the module webpages of intercollegiate institutions listed below:
- King’s College London (KCL) – History & Classics
- Queen Mary (QMUL)
- Royal Holloway (RHUL) – History & Classics
Students should note that the above list is not exhaustive.