- Postgraduate offer holders
Congratulations – if you have accepted an
offer to study at UCL, London's Global University, this September. We hope that
you will find the information on this site helpful in familiarising yourself
with the university and its environs. Please also feel free to browse the rest of
the New Students site - although not all of the information will be relevant to
you at this stage, you may find it helpful to familiarise yourself with UCL and
the support and services available, in particular with steps such as pre-enrolment, which you will be invited to complete before you arrive at UCL.
UCL recognises that offers of places are often made and accepted a long time in advance of the proposed start of the programme of study. It is important that you keep UCL up-to-date with any changes since you originally accepted our offer of admission.
During the summer we will send you a form that can be used to inform UCL of any changes in your circumstances, as well as submitting the results of your examinations/tests to which a conditional offer relates.
If you are holding a conditional offer of admission, please inform UCL as soon as you have received the results of your examination/test to which the condition on your offer relates. Once we have received acceptable documentation confirming that all offer conditions have been met, UCL will amend your record and issue a revised unconditional offer. If you have been unable to satisfy the conditions upon which your offer was based, you may request that your application be reconsidered. In this circumstance, you should note, there is no obligation on the part of UCL to admit you.
If you wish to defer your admission, please indicate the reasons for wanting a deferral. While any request for deferral will be considered sympathetically, it may not always be possible to grant permission for deferment of admission.
If you are holding an unconditional offer and are intending to enrol on the date stated on your offer letter, there is no need to contact UCL Admissions.
If you have any queries, please contact UCL Admissions +44 (0)20 7679 7381/7742.
Verification of Qualifications
If you have been made a conditional offer of a place at UCL, you will be required to prove that you have met this offer before being permitted to enrol.
The following evidence is accepted:
- A certified copy of the relevant degree certificate or transcript, including the subject studied and class or GPA. The copy must be stamped or sealed and signed by the awarding body or a lawyer
- An original transcript, including the subjects studied and the class or GPA
- Current GMC or GDC registration number (if applicable).
- The following is not accepted:
- Uncertified or self-certified photocopies of degree certificates or transcripts
- Certificates which do not state the award of classification of your degree.
If your certificates or transcripts are not in English, you should provide a certified translation.
If you have not yet provided the above documentation, this should be forwarded as soon as possible to:
Admissions UCL Registry University College London Gower Street London WC1E 6BT United Kingdom
Please do not post your original degree certificate. UCL cannot accept liability for the loss of original certificates or other documentation. We cannot return original documents to you. Once you are enrolled all documents are electronically scanned and the originals destroyed. For those students who do not enrol, application documentation is destroyed within one year.
If your offer is confirmed by UCL or you are already holding an unconditional offer, UCL will contact you inviting you to pre-enrol. We hope to welcome you to UCL in September!