Information for Prospective Students
- Undergraduate Prospectus
- Graduate Prospectus
- International Students
- Meet UCL
- Scholarships & Funding
- Widening Participation
- Register your interest
We’re proud to say UCL is London’s Global University, based in one of the most diverse cities on the planet and with links and partnerships around the world. Around 41% of our students come from outside the UK, and we strive to give all our teaching a global perspective.
As well as A levels and the International Baccalaureate, we accept a wide range of international qualifications.
If the qualifications you gain in your home country do not
meet our entry requirements, you may meet our entry qualifications by
successful completion of a foundation year.
If your education has not been conducted in the English language you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency.
Getting settled in successfully
Our International Students’ Orientation Programme,
held immediately before the academic year begins in September, is
designed to help you settle in, learn how to access the range of
services and opportunities on offer and adjust to the process of
teaching and learning at UCL.
All non-UK students are invited to attend the programme, which is free of charge. In addition, social events in the programme allow you to make new friends.
While a student, you will have access to all the academic
and welfare support services at UCL. In addition, our on-site Student
Centre can help you with issues like opening a UK bank account and visa
renewal. Our friendly staff will be happy to answer your questions or
direct you to someone who can.
The UCL Careers Service offers dedicated assistance for international students, whether seeking employment in their home country or considering working in the UK.
We support you every step of the way
If your application to UCL is successful, our Student Centre will provide information before
and after your arrival, from visas and entry clearance to practical
advice to help you prepare for your time in the UK.
In addition the
Student Centre provides online pre-arrival information for students
before they travel to London.
First-year accommodation is guaranteed and further information can be found on our Student Accommodation website.
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