The normal requirement for admission to UCL is the award of the Diploma achieved with good grades across individual subjects.
minimum requirement is 34 points overall, with a combined score of 16
achieved in three higher level subjects with no grade lower than 5.
However, many of our programmes have higher entry requirements than
this. Requirements for specific programmes can be found on our degree pages.
Comparing International Baccalaureate to A levels
programmes may specify up to two individual higher level grade
requirements. Where this is the case, a higher level grade of 6 is
specified as the equivalent of an A grade requirement at A level, and a
higher level grade of 7 is specified as the equivalent of an A* grade
requirement at A level.
For example, a programme that requires grades AAB at A level including grade A in Chemistry has an IB Diploma requirement of 36 points with a score of 17 in three higher level subjects including grade 6 in Chemistry, with no score lower than 5.
Special note for International Baccalaureate (Mathematics)
UCL are aware of the changes to the International Baccalaureate Mathematics modules. From 2021, programmes requiring A-level Mathematics will accept either Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches or Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation at higher level. Programmes requiring Further Mathematics at A-level will accept higher level Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches only.