Information for Prospective Students
- Undergraduate Prospectus
- Degrees (2014 entry)
- Why UCL?
- UCL Open Day 2013
- Application & Entry
- Fees & Finance
- Life at UCL
- Life after UCL
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- Graduate Prospectus
- International Students
- Meet UCL
- Scholarships & Funding
- Widening Participation
- Register your interest
A level and AS level qualifications
Depending on the degree programme, UCL makes offers in the range of A*A*A–ABB, plus a pass in a further Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level subject. The requirements for individual programmes can be found in the UCL Undergraduate Prospectus.
Only applicants undertaking A levels in the UK are required to pass a 4th AS level subject. Those taking A levels outside the UK are not required to pass a 4th AS.
A level General Studies and A level Critical Thinking will only be accepted as an alternative to the additional AS level subject that is required. We do not recognise AS level General Studies and AS level Critical
Thinking for admissions purposes.
If you wish to study at UCL you should offer a minimum of two A level subjects from the list of preferred subjects. We are happy to accept any subject as the third A level you offer, provided the other two subjects appear on the approved list. If you are not able to offer two preferred subjects, you should contact the relevant degree programme contact (see subject entries in this Prospectus) to ascertain whether you can still be considered for admission.
If you have accepted a place at UCL and subsequently decline any of your A level or AS level results, you may render yourself ineligible to take up a place on a degree programme or, if you have already enrolled, liable to be deregistered from UCL.
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