- Find a degree
- Applying and entry
- Fees and funding
- Careers and employability
- Life at UCL
Back to top
- FT / Full-time
- PT / Part-time (over two years)
- FX / Flexible mode of study available (up to five years)
- DL / Distance-learning mode available
The department is a global leader in policy-oriented research, with members directing and holding senior positions in research centres involved in policy design and evaluation.
We are sufficiently large to be a lively centre for wide-ranging research activity but compact enough for staff to be highly accessible to students.
Taught and research programmes
|Economics||MRes + MPhil/PhD||FT4, PT7|
- 50 staff
- 100 taught students
- 80 research students
"I was attracted to UCL by its unrivalled reputation as a world-leading academic institution. I was also particularly keen on becoming familiar with a very rigorous, technically demanding approach to the discipline and was sure UCL was the right place to find this."
Degree: Economic Policy MSc
"The ability to see works of art in situ, both in London galleries and department-subsidised trips to Europe, proved the department's commitment to the analysis of the physical art object and an understanding of the criticality of the work's context."
Degree: History of Art MA
Subject: History of Art, Faculty: Social and Historical Sciences