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We welcome applicants who wish to return to formal study after a substantial period of absence. If you do not have the required entrance qualifications you should have alternative qualifications that demonstrate your academic potential and ability to thrive in your chosen subject. Please enquire with the relevant programme contact.
Our degrees are principally designed to be taken on a full-time basis; all teaching takes place during the daytime. However, some departments do permit part-time study. Please enquire with the relevant programme contact. Note: applications for part-time study are made directly to UCL, not to UCAS.
Admission with advanced standing
We will consider applications to accredit prior learning at other recognised universities. As well as applying through UCAS by 15 January, you will need to submit an application directly to UCL. This will carry an administrative charge. Advanced standing is only awarded at UCL’s discretion. Please enquire with the relevant programme contact.
We welcome applications from students who are proposing to spend a pre-university (gap) year engaged in constructive activity, whether in the UK or abroad.
Our rules allow you to apply for deferred entry and your application will be considered a year ahead of the normal application timetable. Please be sure to include your reasons for wishing to defer your entry in your personal statement, as this will aid our Admissions Selectors in their considerations. Note: it is not possible to be considered for deferred entry if you are applying for a Fine Art programme.
Special note for Law, Medicine and Fine Art applicants
You must sit the LNAT (National Admissions Test for Law).
The test must be taken as soon as possible after submitting your UCAS
application and no later than 20 January in the same admissions cycle in which you are applying. Registration for the test closes on 15 January. Details of the
test and the location of public test centres can be found at www.lnat.ac.uk
- For further information, please see: www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/prospective/undergraduate
You must submit a UCAS application by the 15 October
deadline and sit the BMAT (Biomedical Admissions Test).
The test will be held on 5 November 2014 (registration for the test closes 1 October 2014). Details of the test and the location of public test centres can be found at www.bmat.org.uk.
All applicants being actively considered are required to attend an interview, whether resident in the UK or overseas.
- For further information, please see: www.ucl.ac.uk/medicalschool/mbbs-admissions
Please be aware that it is not possible to be considered for deferred entry if you are applying for Fine Art.
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