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UCAS Code Degree Title (click for details) Qualification Duration
V110 + Ancient History BA 3 years
Studying History at UCL gives you opportunities to explore the subject which are probably unrivalled anywhere else in the UK or Europe. This degree focuses on the ancient history of the Near East, Egypt and the Mediterranean world from the third millennium BC to late antiquity.
Subject area: History
VQ14 + Ancient History and Egyptology BA 3 years
This three-year specialist degree enables you to study the history, culture and language of ancient Egypt in the wider framework of the history of the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern world from the early third millennium to the end of the first millennium BC.
Subject area: History
0R8U + Ancient Languages BA 3 years
This unique degree offers training in an unparalleled range of ancient languages and their associated history, culture and textual traditions. Students study Hebrew and either Greek or Latin throughout the programme, plus up to three additional languages chosen from a wide selection including Akkadian, Aramaic, Egyptian, Sumerian, Syriac and Ugaritic.
Subject area: Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Q805 + Ancient World BA 3 years
Students on this flexible three-year programme may choose from a vast range of courses covering ancient history, literature, languages and archaeology. It offers great flexibility in the possible combination of courses and provides an entry to the Classics for those who have not studied Greek or Latin at school.
Subject area: Classical World
Q806 + Ancient World with a Year Abroad BA 4 years
This four-year programme follows the same curriculum as the Ancient World Studies BA, but offers the additional opportunity to spend the third year abroad at an approved university in Cyprus, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain or Switzerland.
Subject area: Classical World
L602 + Anthropology BSc 3 years
This programme looks at the biological, cultural, social and material culture aspects of human beings as well as their evolution. It will help you gain a broad set of skills, including critical reasoning; the ability to search, sift and analyse various materials; collaborative group work; and oral and written communication.
Subject area: Anthropology
L603 + Anthropology with a Year Abroad BSc 4 years
The Anthropology with a Year Abroad BSc looks at the biological, cultural, social and material culture aspects of communities and human beings as well as their evolution, and provides the opportunity to spend your third year at a university abroad with one of our many excellent partner institutions.
Subject area: Anthropology
3F76 + Applied Medical Sciences MSci 4 years
This MSci combines training in the biological sciences with particular reference to human health, so that graduates are familiar with human biology and clinical medicine. It equips scientists to interact with clinical colleagues engaged in healthcare, and enables graduates to work at the highest levels within the biomedical sciences. A three-year BSc programme is also available.
Subject area: Medical Sciences
9N53 + Applied Medical Sciences BSc 3 years
This BSc spans both medical and science disciplines with reference to human health and disease. Innovative teaching methods and social media will play a key role in teaching and assessment. Graduates will develop a strong clinical background which will be advantageous when applying for posts where knowledge of clinical medicine is an advantage.
Subject area: Medical Sciences
F400 + Archaeology BA 3 years
In this programme some of the world's leading researchers introduce essential archaeological concepts, issues, and analytical techniques. Through your selection of optional courses, field projects and dissertation topics you will also develop knowledge of particular chronological periods, geographical areas and specialist skills to support your own interests and development.
Subject area: Archaeology
F402 + Archaeology BSc 3 years
This programme provides a training in archaeology focusing on the analysis of ancient materials and past environments, essential theoretical concepts and field techniques. Archaeological science addresses important questions about past societies, and there are opportunities to participate in current research using our extensive laboratories and wide-ranging reference collections.
Subject area: Archaeology
FL46 + Archaeology and Anthropology BA 3 years
The combined Archaeology and Anthropology BA develops an understanding of the relationship between archaeology and anthropology as subjects offering a uniquely broad perspective on human experience, past and present. It draws upon an unparalleled range of expertise in the analysis of social change, human evolution and material culture.
Subject area: Archaeology
F401 + Archaeology with a Year Abroad BA 4 years
This degree offers all the flexibility of the Archaeology BA programme combined with the opportunity to study abroad. The third year of the degree is spent at an approved partner university in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan or the United States.
Subject area: Archaeology
K102 + Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc 3 years
This innovative degree programme addresses architectural space from an interdisciplinary perspective and explores alternative approaches to design and creative practice. The flexible nature of the BSc enables students to tailor a programme of study suited to their own interests both within and outside the built environment.
Subject area: Architecture
K101 + Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies with Year Abroad BSc 4 years
This four-year programme provides students with an understanding of architecture in relation to other disciplines, following the same flexible structure as the Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc, but offers the additional opportunity to spend the third year at an approved university abroad.
Subject area: Architecture
K100 + Architecture BSc 3 years
The Architecture BSc aims to inspire and exercise you in as wide a range of experiences as possible, so you develop an independent, creative, diverse and rigorous approach to design from the outset, and are guided in discovering your own direction in architecture.
Subject area: Architecture
Y000 + Arts and Sciences BASc 3 years
This exciting three-year programme provides great flexibility and choice across the breadth of UCL’s teaching expertise, offering the range and depth of knowledge needed to thrive in our global society. Students create a bespoke programme incorporating both arts and sciences subjects, and study innovative courses to enhance the link between disciplines.
Subject area: Arts and Sciences
Y001 + Arts and Sciences with Study Abroad BASc 4 years
This exciting four-year programme provides great flexibility and choice, offering an interdisciplinary approach incorporating both arts and sciences specialisms with the opportunity to learn a foreign language and spend a year at a university abroad. Students create a bespoke programme and study innovative courses to enhance the link between disciplines.
Subject area: Arts and Sciences
F511 + Astrophysics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year of study on top of the Astrophysics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking advanced optional courses, and undertaking a research project.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
F510 + Astrophysics BSc 3 years
Astrophysics makes demands across a broad frontier of technologies: materials science, optics and electronics. This three-year programme teaches students to apply their knowledge of physics to astronomical observation and to the interpretation of the data and images obtained.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
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C700 + Biochemistry BSc 3 years
Since its foundation as a discipline, biochemistry has illuminated many of the problems that have fascinated and perplexed biologists for generations. As biochemistry and molecular biology have become an essential part of much of modern science, a Biochemistry BSc is a valuable beginning to many different careers.
Subject area: Biochemistry and Biotechnology
C901 + Biological Sciences MSci 4 years
This four-year MSci offers an additional year on top of the Biological Sciences BSc, which includes a research project, providing extra depth and knowledge which will particularly benefit those interested in further research. Year three may be spent abroad at a university in Asia, Australia, Europe or the USA.
Subject area: Biological Sciences
C900 + Biological Sciences BSc 3 years
The Biological Sciences BSc offers you an extremely wide choice of options ranging from molecular genetics to behaviour and ecology, and a flexible programme of study. Taught across the Faculty of Life Sciences, we offer a breadth of biological education unmatched in almost any other UK university.
Subject area: Biological Sciences
B990 + Biomedical Sciences BSc 3 years
This BSc is designed to introduce students to a variety of scientific disciplines across the biosciences. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme means that the areas covered include anatomy, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology and infection, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology and psychology.
Subject area: Biomedical Sciences
CN72 + Bioprocessing of New Medicines (Business and Management) BSc 3 years
This programme is designed to give you a good grounding in both the science of bioprocessing and the management of new emerging technologies in healthcare. You will develop an understanding of the latest biomedical and diagnostic advances, together with the business skills necessary for health and clinical research management.
Subject area: Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing
B190 + Bioprocessing of New Medicines (Science and Engineering) BSc 3 years
There is a growing need for graduates with a grounding in biological sciences who are able to understand the translational new technologies required for new medicine commercialisation. This BSc focuses on the early stage development of new medicines, such as stem cell, new vaccines and potential new therapies related to healthcare.
Subject area: Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing
C560 + Biotechnology BSc 3 years
The Biotechnology BSc provides a sound base of chemistry, genetics, biochemistry and biochemical engineering alongside experience of the manipulative skills essential for future research, equipping you for a career in this exciting discipline, which has grown out of some of the most dramatic scientific discoveries of the last 30 years.
Subject area: Biochemistry and Biotechnology
R781 + Bulgarian and East European Studies BA 4 years
Bulgaria has a rich cultural heritage and a strongly developing economy where specialists in Bulgarian are needed. This programme provides the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Bulgaria's literature, history and culture, combined with an in-depth understanding of the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
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F323 + Chemical Physics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year on top of the Chemical Physics BSc, providing scope for greater in-depth study in advanced topics such as quantum mechanics and computational chemistry. It is ideal if you intend to pursue a science-based career.
Subject area: Chemistry
F320 + Chemical Physics BSc 3 years
Chemical Physics is an area of modern chemistry that will fascinate students who enjoy the science common to physics and chemistry. You will gain a fundamental understanding of the origins of chemical behaviour, while exploring exciting developments at the interface of chemistry with the other physical sciences.
Subject area: Chemistry
F101 + Chemistry MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year on top of the Chemistry BSc, in which students may further specialise their interests and deepen their knowledge by undertaking advanced courses and research projects.
Subject area: Chemistry
F100 + Chemistry BSc 3 years
This three-year programme offers a complete education in chemistry, covering all the important areas of chemistry while also allowing you to take optional courses in other areas such as astronomy, biology, computing or physics.
Subject area: Chemistry
F105 + Chemistry (International Programme) MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides a complete education in chemistry and the option of taking courses in other areas, with the opportunity to spend a year abroad studying at a selected university in Australia, Canada or the USA.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1RX + Chemistry with a European Language MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year on top of the Chemistry with a European Language BSc, which you will spend abroad at a European university (we currently have links with institutions in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden) undertaking an advanced chemical research project.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1R9 + Chemistry with a European Language BSc 3 years
This BSc programme provides a thorough grounding in all major aspects of chemistry and fluency in one of a range of languages, including French, German, Italian and Spanish. Graduates will be well placed to work in mainland Europe or as part of a multinational company.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1NF + Chemistry with Management Studies MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year on top of the Chemistry with Management Studies BSc in which to investigate both disciplines in greater depth. The programme offers a thorough grounding in management skills while all major aspects of chemistry are explored and developed.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1N2 + Chemistry with Management Studies BSc 3 years
The Chemistry with Management Studies BSc at UCL is ideal if you are considering a career in management and are seeking to develop managerial skills. The core of the programme’s chemistry component is the same as in the Chemistry BSc, giving you the same thorough grounding in all major aspects of the subject.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1GC + Chemistry with Mathematics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an extra year on top of the Chemistry with Mathematics BSc in which to undertake an original chemical research project and study chemistry and its relationship with other disciplines in greater depth.
Subject area: Chemistry
F1G1 + Chemistry with Mathematics BSc 3 years
Many aspects of chemistry, particularly physical and theoretical chemistry, require a good understanding of advanced mathematical methods. The Chemistry with Mathematics BSc offers the opportunity to gain a fundamental understanding of the origins of chemical behaviour, while exploring exciting developments at the interface of chemistry with the other physical sciences.
Subject area: Chemistry
VQ48 + Classical Archaeology and Classical Civilisation BA 3 years
For students interested in the classical world this degree provides a focus on the art and material culture of Greece and Rome. The programme includes a basic grounding in at least one classical language, fundamental aspects of archaeology, and field visits to develop a first-hand acquaintance with sites, museums and objects.
Subject area: Archaeology
Q800 + Classics BA 3 years
This three-year programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, focusing on the study of Ancient Greek and Latin language and literature. Essay work helps students to develop a sophisticated approach to the Ancient World.
Subject area: Classical World
Q801 + Classics with Study Abroad BA 4 years
This four-year programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, focusing on the study of Ancient Greek and Latin language and literature. The curriculum is the same as that of the Classics BA, with an additional opportunity to spend year three at an approved university abroad.
Subject area: Classical World
G402 + Computer Science MEng 4 years
Through world-class teaching, this MEng develops the engineering expertise for creating cutting-edge software systems, along with the skills and intellectual rigour required for innovation and research. A strong focus on solving real-world problems is combined with building a deep understanding of computer science theory.
Subject area: Computer Science
G400 + Computer Science BSc 3 years
With a strong focus on solving real-world problems, this BSc delivers world-class teaching based on expert real-world knowledge. The programme provides the essential material required by a top quality computer science graduate, to enable you to gain employment in a wide variety of industries.
Subject area: Computer Science
R782 + Czech (with Slovak) and East European Studies BA 4 years
Czech is a Slavonic language, largely mutually comprehensible with Slovak and spoken by approximately 11 million native speakers. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Czech literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
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R911 + Dutch BA 4 years
This four-year programme focuses on the language, culture and history of the Netherlands and Flanders, two regions neighbouring the UK that are among its largest trading partners. Students start learning Dutch from scratch and graduate as fluent and interculturally competent speakers of this global language.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
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F604 + Earth Sciences MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides an additional year on top of the Earth Sciences BSc, in which you undertake an independent research project, extend your knowledge with advanced courses related to your specialist pathway, and join in a wide-ranging seminar series on Earth and Planetary System Science.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F603 + Earth Sciences BSc 3 years
This flexible programme allows you to select from the range of options offered across environmental geoscience, geology and geophysics. You may also graduate with a degree in Earth Sciences (Palaeobiology), or in Earth Sciences (Planetary Science), dependent on your chosen courses.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F605 + Earth Sciences (International Programme) MSci 4 years
This four-year programme allows students to follow any of the MSci programmes offered by UCL Earth Sciences, with the additional opportunity to spend year three studying at an approved university in Australia, New Zealand, continental Europe or North America.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
L100 + Economics BSc (Econ) 3 years
This degree, aimed at ambitious and mathematically capable students, provides a thorough grounding in economic theory, along with the technical tools, mathematics and statistics to assist in mastering the theory. Our highly regarded department offers a stimulating learning environment in central London, close to the world’s largest financial centre.
Subject area: Economics
L1R7 + Economics and Business with East European Studies BA 3 years
This degree offers a grounding in economics and business studies combined with an application of these disciplines to the East European region. It provides the opportunity to learn an East European language and to gain deeper insights into the major economic issues involved in the transition from Communism to post-Communism.
Subject area: Economics and Business
L1RR + Economics and Business with East European Studies with a Year Abroad BA 4 years
This degree offers a grounding in economics and business studies combined with an application of these disciplines to the East European region. It provides the opportunity to learn an East European language and to spend a year studying at a university in the region.
Subject area: Economics and Business
LL17 + Economics and Geography BSc (Econ) 3 years
Economics and geography have been moving ever closer in their concerns. The fields of development and the environment are obvious examples. This challenging combined-studies programme is designed to equip students with a thorough grounding in the theoretical principles and techniques of application in both fields.
Subject area: Geography
LG13 + Economics and Statistics BSc (Econ) 3 years
This programme, run jointly with UCL Economics, combines an in-depth study of economics and econometrics with a solid grounding in mathematical and statistical methods. The programme is suitable for students of high mathematical ability who are considering a career in finance, business or industry.
Subject area: Statistical Science
L101 + Economics with a Year Abroad BSc (Econ) 4 years
A unique programme which combines a rigorous economics curriculum with a year of study abroad at a renowned university in North America. Our highly regarded department offers a stimulating learning environment in central London, close to the world’s largest financial centre.
Subject area: Economics
F424 + Egyptian Archaeology BA 3 years
The Egyptian Archaeology BA at UCL is the only UK degree to combine the theory and practice of archaeology with the study of Egyptian sites. This specialist degree will prepare you for a wide range of careers both within Egyptian archaeology and heritage studies, and beyond.
Subject area: Archaeology
H813 + Engineering (Biochemical) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme offers an extra year on top of the Biochemical Engineering BEng in which to acquire hands-on practical research experience and advanced design skills. Several optional routes provide flexibility to meet students' individual requirements.
Subject area: Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing
H811 + Engineering (Biochemical) BEng 3 years
Developing innovation to create new medicines, biofuels and environmental management tools is essential to meet the global challenges of tomorrow. If you are interested in meeting these challenges, then Biochemical Engineering at UCL is for you. This broad-based, flexible programme provides opportunities to follow a wide range of careers in this rapidly developing sector.
Subject area: Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing
H160 + Engineering (Biomedical) MEng 4 years
Building on the BEng, the additional year in this four-year MEng programme allows you to explore a broader spectrum of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics topics, and to further develop your transferable skills through project work. It prepares graduates to work in a wide range of technology areas from imaging and diagnosis to monitoring and treatment.
Subject area: Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
HC60 + Engineering (Biomedical) BEng 3 years
This exciting programme provides a grounding in the application of engineering principles and design concepts to healthcare technologies. It draws on the research strengths of UCL and its excellent links to local hospitals, and prepares graduates to work in a wide range of technology areas from imaging and diagnosis to monitoring and treatment.
Subject area: Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
H801 + Engineering (Chemical) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme builds upon the knowledge and experience offered by the Chemical Engineering BEng programme with the addition of a final-year research project and advanced courses, and is a direct route to IChemE membership and Chartered (CEng) Status.
Subject area: Chemical Engineering
H800 + Engineering (Chemical) BEng 3 years
This broad-based, multi-disciplinary programme provides flexible training and a unique opportunity to follow the widest possible range of careers, from design, construction and installation of processes, plants and equipment to manufacturing and marketing of products, and from research and development to administration and management of people and resources.
Subject area: Chemical Engineering
H202 + Engineering (Civil) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme builds on the knowledge and experience offered in the Civil Engineering BEng programme with final-year design project and advanced courses, and is a direct route to Chartered (CEng) Status. You are advised to apply for the MEng programme initially, as this offers more flexibility.
Subject area: Civil and Environmental Engineering
H200 + Engineering (Civil) BEng 3 years
This BEng covers all the major fields of civil engineering (structures, soils, fluids, design, transport studies, surveying and materials) and includes a broad range of final-year options such as GIS, finance, law, entrepreneurship and management.
Subject area: Civil and Environmental Engineering
H601 + Engineering (Electronic and Electrical) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme provides a thorough coverage of the theory, devices and systems underpinning much modern technology, including: semiconductor devices and nano-electronics, control theory and communications, alongside business-related subjects. Applying for the MEng provides the most flexibility; the decision about which specialist programme to take can be made at the end of year two.
Subject area: Electronic and Electrical Engineering
H600 + Engineering (Electronic and Electrical) BEng 3 years
The BEng is run together with the first three years of the MEng programme and gives a broad education in the subject, with an individual project in the final year. Our courses involve you in all aspects of designing modern electronic systems, from theory to the hardware and software that enable so much modern technology.
Subject area: Electronic and Electrical Engineering
H224 + Engineering (Environmental) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme builds on the knowledge and experience offered by the Environmental Engineering BEng programme with final-year design project and advanced courses, and is a direct route to Chartered (CEng) Status. You are advised to apply for the MEng programme initially, as this offers more flexibility.
Subject area: Civil and Environmental Engineering
H220 + Engineering (Environmental) BEng 3 years
This BEng programme covers a wide range of subjects relevant to solving environmental problems, including study of environmental media (fluid and soil mechanics), basics of chemistry, biology, thermodynamics and reactor principles. You will gain transferable skills such as information technology and communication skills.
Subject area: Civil and Environmental Engineering
H1NH + Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) MEng 4 years
This four-year programme is similar to the equivalent BEng degree, but offers an additional year in which to undertake advanced courses and projects. Applying for the MEng rather than the BEng allows students to fulfil the educational requirement for Chartered Engineer status using a single qualification.
Subject area: Mechanical Engineering
H1N3 + Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) BEng 3 years
This programme is designed to produce engineering graduates with a well-rounded understanding of economics, accounting and business practice. These skills are precisely those required by industry for graduates likely to be given significant managerial responsibility at an early stage in their career.
Subject area: Mechanical Engineering
H301 + Engineering (Mechanical) MEng 4 years
This MEng equips you with the fundamental skills necessary for employment as a professional engineer in many sectors of industry and commerce. Applying for the MEng rather than the BEng allows students to fulfil the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer status, using a single qualification.
Subject area: Mechanical Engineering
H300 + Engineering (Mechanical) BEng 3 years
The BEng programme aims to equip you with the analytical and design skills relevant to a wide range of engineering employers. The teaching of computing and management skills is an important part of the programme.
Subject area: Mechanical Engineering
Q300 + English BA 3 years
This programme aims to provide a historically-based overview of the literature of all periods, together with opportunities to specialise in particular periods of literature, in modern English language, and in non-period courses. Students are encouraged to develop their own interests and may choose from a wide variety of specialisms.
Subject area: English
M146 + English and German Law LLB and Baccalaureus Legum 4 years
With growing demand in Europe for lawyers qualified in more than one jurisdiction, this four-year double degree programme involves two years of study both at UCL and in Germany, leading to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from UCL and the Baccalaureus Legum from the University of Cologne.
Subject area: Law
F810 + Environmental Geography BSc 3 years
The Environmental Geography BSc is aimed at students with a strong commitment to physical geography. The degree aims to develop this interest through courses that examine the dynamics of environmental processes, and their measurement, modelling and management.
Subject area: Geography
F645 + Environmental Geoscience MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides an additional year on top of the Environmental Geoscience BSc, in which students extend their knowledge and understanding by taking advanced courses and undertaking an independent research project. The programme is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F644 + Environmental Geoscience BSc 3 years
Environmental Geoscience is concerned with the interaction between the Earth sciences and human activity, and this BSc provides a sound topical background in the environmental aspects of the Earth sciences. The programme is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
R990 + European Social and Political Studies BA 4 years
This challenging, flexible and diverse programme offers specialisation in any one of nine humanities and social sciences, combined with a broad base in European history, law, philosophy and politics, and fluency in a European language. Year three is spent at a European university.
Subject area: European Social and Political Studies
R992 + European Social and Political Studies: Dual Degree BA 4 years
Students on this dual degree will benefit from the reputation and teaching specialisms of both UCL and Sciences Po in France. The programme offers specialisation in a humanities or social science subject, combined with a broad base in history, law, politics and philosophy, and fluency in a European language.
Subject area: European Social and Political Studies
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W100 + Fine Art BA 4 years
This four-year programme is structured around three studio areas: painting, fine art media and sculpture. Students benefit from the vast cultural resources that London has to offer, and our expert studio staff are practising artists engaged with a diverse range of research.
Subject area: Fine Art
W101 + Fine Art BFA 3 years
This three-year programme is structured around three studio areas: painting, fine art media and sculpture. Students benefit from the vast cultural resources that London has to offer, and our expert studio staff are practising artists engaged with a diverse range of research.
Subject area: Fine Art
RR67 + Finnish and East European Studies BA 4 years
The Finnish language is a member of the Uralic language family, which also includes Estonian and Hungarian. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Finnish culture, history, society and literature that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
R100 + French BA 4 years
This four-year programme aims to develop students' interest in, and knowledge and understanding of, the French and francophone worlds past and present, including language, film studies, literature from the medieval and early modern to the contemporary, libertinism, theory, modernism and postcolonialism.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
RT19 + French and an Asian or African Language BA 4 years
The French components of this four-year programme are taught and taken at UCL, and the Asian or African language components at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), our near neighbour. There is strong emphasis on spoken and written language work and the opportunity to undertake interdisciplinary study.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
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L700 + Geography BA 3 years
This is an integrated geography programme which combines physical and human geography as well as offering opportunities for specialisation. Those choosing the BA will usually have studied social science or humanities subjects at A level or equivalent, but it is possible to transfer to the BSc if your interests develop differently.
Subject area: Geography
F800 + Geography BSc 3 years
This is an integrated geography programme which combines physical and human geography as well as offering opportunities for specialisation. Those choosing the BSc will usually have studied science subjects at A level or equivalent, but it is possible to transfer to the BA if your interests develop differently.
Subject area: Geography
L701 + Geography (International Programme) BA 4 years
This is an integrated geography programme which combines physical and human geography as well as offering opportunities for specialisation. You will spend your third year abroad at an approved university. Those choosing the BA may transfer to the BSc if their interests develop in a different direction.
Subject area: Geography
F801 + Geography (International Programme) BSc 4 years
This is an integrated geography programme which combines physical and human geography as well as offering opportunities for specialisation. You will spend your third year abroad at an approved university. Those choosing the BSc may transfer to the BA if their interests develop in a different direction.
Subject area: Geography
F601 + Geology MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides an additional year on top of the Geology BSc, in which students extend their knowledge and understanding by taking advanced courses and undertaking an independent research project. The programme is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F600 + Geology BSc 3 years
This BSc provides an education in all major branches of the geological sciences, integrating theoretical studies with essential practical skills in the field and laboratory. It provides a platform for careers in the oil, mineral, environmental and geotechnical industries, and is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F663 + Geophysics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides an additional year on top of the Geophysics BSc, in which students extend their knowledge and understanding by taking advanced courses and undertaking an independent research project. The programme is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
F660 + Geophysics BSc 3 years
This broad-based programme provides a complete study of the physics of the solid Earth and its constituent materials, the atmosphere, oceans and ice sheets, leading to a firm foundation in geology, geological fieldwork, physics, mathematics and computing. The programme is fully accredited by the Geological Society of London.
Subject area: Earth Sciences
R200 + German BA 4 years
The four-year German BA encompasses intense study of German language and culture from the earliest times to the present. The programme combines a strong emphasis on linguistic competence with an exceptional breadth of research-led teaching, offering a detailed understanding of the development of German culture and society.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
RV21 + German and History BA 4 years
This four-year programme combines study of the language and culture of the German-speaking countries with a wide range of history courses offered by UCL’s School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES). SSEES specialises in Central and Eastern European history, politics and language.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
Q7Q6 + Greek with Latin BA 3 years
This programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, while developing a sophisticated critical approach to the Ancient World through essay work. Students will focus on Greek in years two and three, following more courses in this language.
Subject area: Classical World
QRQ6 + Greek with Latin with Study Abroad BA 4 years
This new four-year programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, focusing on Greek in year two and the final year. The curriculum is the same as that of the Greek with Latin BA, with an additional opportunity to spend year three at an approved university abroad.
Subject area: Classical World
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Q480 + Hebrew and Jewish Studies BA 4 years
The four-year Hebrew and Jewish Studies BA aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of all aspects of Jewish culture, including its languages, literature and history. Year three is spent abroad.
Subject area: Hebrew and Jewish Studies
V100 + History BA 3 years
Studying History at UCL gives you opportunities to explore the subject which are probably unrivalled anywhere else in the UK or Europe. This flexible degree programme offers an exceptional range of courses, enabling you to study ancient, medieval and modern history, from the fourth millennium BC to the contemporary world.
Subject area: History
VV23 + History (Central and East European) and Jewish Studies BA 4 years
This four-year programme combines the study of Jewish cultural history with the study of the land, languages and cultures within which many Jewish communities had their homes. The third year is spent abroad, either in Jerusalem or in a relevant Central or East European country.
Subject area: Hebrew and Jewish Studies
V101 + History (SSEES) BA 3 years
The History BA at SSEES is the fullest undergraduate programme covering the history of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia available anywhere in the world. Ranging from the early modern period to contemporary history, it covers topics such as national identity, gender, social and cultural history, government, society, art and architecture.
Subject area: History (SSEES)
V550 + History and Philosophy of Science BSc 3 years
This BSc, unique in the UK, investigates the history and philosophy of science around the globe, from Antiquity to the present. We explore the ways science has been used to understand and make sense of the world. The goal is to investigate science’s many methods, fundamental concepts, logic and ethics, as well as its role in the modern world.
Subject area: Science and Technology Studies
V350 + History of Art BA 3 years
UCL is one of the most exciting places to study history of art in the country. This programme aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of the visual arts, covering a wide range of visual imagery and making use of London's extensive public collections, libraries, museums and architecture.
Subject area: History of Art
V3F2 + History of Art with Material Studies BA 3 years
This degree provides a unique focus on works of art as physical objects. You will gain comprehensive skills in art history, together with a thorough understanding of artists' techniques and questions of materiality, both at the time a work of art was made, and subsequently as it ages and deteriorates.
Subject area: History of Art
V1R9 + History with a European Language BA 4 years
This four-year, flexible degree programme introduces you to Anglophone and continental European traditions in academic History as well as to an ambitious range of themes, geographical areas and chronological periods. You will spend your third year studying at a European university, where teaching is conducted in another language.
Subject area: History
V104 + History with a Year Abroad BA 4 years
Studying History at UCL gives you opportunities to explore the subject which are probably unrivalled anywhere else in the UK or Europe. This four-year degree combines the flexibility of the BA History programme with the opportunity to spend the third year abroad at an institution in North or South America.
Subject area: History
V201 + History with a Year Abroad (SSEES) BA 4 years
The History with a Year Abroad BA gives you the same exceptional education covering the history of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia as the History BA, but also allows you to spend a year studying at one of our partner institutions in the region.
Subject area: History (SSEES)
BCL0 + Human Sciences BSc 3 years
UCL is one of the few universities in the UK to offer Human Sciences. This interdisciplinary degree draws on teaching from a range of departments, and offers enormous flexibility and opportunity for you to develop your own areas of interest and specialisation in the study of humankind.
Subject area: Human Sciences
R783 + Hungarian and East European Studies BA 4 years
Hungarian, spoken by approximately 13 million native speakers worldwide, is a member of the Uralic language family. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Hungarian literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
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R690 + Icelandic BA 4 years
UCL’s four-year Icelandic BA is the only degree programme of its kind outside Iceland. The programme aims to develop your interest in, and knowledge and understanding of Iceland and the Nordic world, in areas including languages, literature, culture and history. Your third year is spent abroad at the University of Iceland.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
PN11 + Information Management for Business MSci 4 years
In close collaboration with some of the biggest employers in the IT industry, we have created this four-year degree, with a unique balance of IT, management, and business, which specifically aims to ensure our graduates have the tools they need to excel in, and lead, the industries of the future.
Subject area: Management Science and Innovation
P1N1 + Information Management for Business BSc 3 years
In close collaboration with some of the biggest employers in the IT industry, this exciting and pioneering programme offers a unique balance of IT, management and business that is designed to ensure that our graduates have the tools they need to excel in, and lead, the industries of the future.
Subject area: Management Science and Innovation
R300 + Italian BA 4 years
The four-year Italian BA provides a stimulating programme of Italian language and linguistics, literature, art, history and film. The third year is spent in Italy, offering unrivalled possibilities both for developing your linguistic proficiency and for immersing yourself in Italian culture. Previous knowledge of Italian is not required.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
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V290 + Jewish History BA 4 years
This four-year BA introduces students to the history of diverse Jewish communities from antiquity to the present, in a wide variety of cultural, economic, geographical and political contexts, and provides training in the reading and interpretation of a variety of historical sources in their original Jewish languages.
Subject area: Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Q481 + Jewish Studies BA 3 years
The three-year Jewish Studies BA aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of all aspects of Jewish culture, including its languages, literature and history.
Subject area: Hebrew and Jewish Studies
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R991 + Language and Culture BA 4 years
This distinctive programme provides enormous flexibility for you to customise your degree according to your linguistic and cultural interests. You will combine the study of up to three foreign languages with a focus in a chosen area of cultural studies: cultural history; film studies; history of art; linguistics or literary studies.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
Q6Q7 + Latin with Greek BA 3 years
This programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, while developing a sophisticated critical approach to the Ancient World through essay work. Students will focus on Latin in years two and three, following more courses in this language.
Subject area: Classical World
QPQ7 + Latin with Greek with Study Abroad BA 4 years
This new four-year programme offers the opportunity to develop expertise in two ancient languages simultaneously, focusing on Latin in year two and the final year. The curriculum is the same as that of the Latin with Greek BA, with an additional opportunity to spend year three at an approved university abroad.
Subject area: Classical World
M100 + Law LLB 3 years
This three-year programme combines theory and research with practical application and skills-based training. Students may also have the opportunity, after year two, to extend their studies by a year and spend part of their degree studying abroad in the USA, Australia or Singapore. No previous knowledge of law is assumed or required.
Subject area: Law
M141 + Law with French Law LLB 4 years
Within a dynamic and changing European context, knowledge of another European national legal system and its law is a valuable asset, both academically and professionally. This four-year programme includes a year at the Université Paul Cézanne or Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) and leads to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from UCL.
Subject area: Law
M142 + Law with German Law LLB 4 years
Within a dynamic and changing European context, knowledge of another European national legal system and its law is a valuable asset, both academically and professionally. This four-year programme includes a year at the University of Cologne or the University of Munich, and leads to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from UCL.
Subject area: Law
M144 + Law with Hispanic Law LLB 4 years
Within a dynamic and changing European context, knowledge of another European national legal system and its law is a valuable asset, both academically and professionally. This four-year programme includes a year at University Carlos III in Madrid and leads to the award of a Bachelor of Laws degree from UCL.
Subject area: Law
Q100 + Linguistics BA 3 years
The Linguistics BA focuses on the sounds and structures of language and the meanings that can be conveyed by them. This includes aspects of phonetics (how sounds are produced, transmitted and received), syntax (how words are combined to form sentences), and morphology (how words are built from smaller elements).
Subject area: Linguistics
Q101 + Linguistics (International Programme) BA 4 years
This four-year programme is essentially identical to the three-year Linguistics BA, but you will have the opportunity to spend an additional year abroad at one of our partner institutions in Canada, Hong Kong, Italy, the Netherlands or the USA.
Subject area: Linguistics
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N990 + Management Science MSci 4 years
The world’s leading companies need people who can operate in complex, innovation-intensive, data-driven environments – people who can analyse problems using quantitative tools and qualitative methods, take decisions in the face of uncertainty and risk, and deliver results through people. The Management Science MSci provides a rigorous, practical foundation in these critical skills.
Subject area: Management Science and Innovation
N991 + Management Science BSc 3 years
High-growth companies, consulting firms and the finance sector need graduates who combine strong quantitative and analytical skills with an in-depth understanding of how companies work. The Management Science BSc provides students with a rigorous foundation in the key skills needed to build successful careers in global businesses.
Subject area: Management Science and Innovation
G430 + Mathematical Computation MEng 4 years
This MEng is aimed at a small cohort of students with strong mathematical ability. The programme focuses on theoretical computer science and will equip you with the ability to model complex systems, and represent, manipulate, and analyse the vast amounts of data and knowledge required to solve massively complex problems.
Subject area: Computer Science
G107 + Mathematics MSci 4 years
The four-year Mathematics MSci offers an additional year on top of the Mathematics BSc, allowing students to specialise further by taking more advanced courses, and undertaking a major final-year project.
Subject area: Mathematics
G100 + Mathematics BSc 3 years
This three-year programme allows you to study varied aspects of mathematics to an advanced level, with core courses in algebra, analysis, applied mathematics and mathematical methods. With this core knowledge you may then build your degree, choosing options from over 30 specialist courses.
Subject area: Mathematics
GF1H + Mathematics and Physics MSci 4 years
This MSci offers an additional year of study on top of the Mathematics and Physics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses and completing a major project.
Subject area: Mathematics
GF13 + Mathematics and Physics BSc 3 years
Physics and mathematics are inextricably linked. It is not really possible to understand the basic concepts of physics such as elementary particle theory without a strong grounding in both pure and applied mathematics. This BSc combines the study of mathematics and physics on an equal basis, each reinforcing the other.
Subject area: Mathematics
GGC3 + Mathematics and Statistical Science MSci 4 years
This MSci, accredited by the Royal Statistical Society, offers an additional year of study on top of the Mathematics and Statistical Science BSc. Students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses and completing a major project. No previous knowledge of statistics is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
GG13 + Mathematics and Statistical Science BSc 3 years
This three-year programme is designed for students with an interest in the powerful applications of statistics who also wish to develop their mathematical knowledge and explore the interactions between the two subjects. No previous knowledge of statistics is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1LC + Mathematics with Economics MSci 4 years
This MSci offers an extra year of study on top of the Mathematics with Economics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses, and undertaking a major project. No previous knowledge of economics is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1L1 + Mathematics with Economics BSc 3 years
This BSc is designed for students who are interested in making mathematics their major area of study but who would also like to obtain a knowledge and understanding of general economics and related subjects such as commerce and business. No previous knowledge of economics is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1NF + Mathematics with Management Studies MSci 4 years
This MSci offers an additional year of study on top of the equivalent BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses, and undertaking a major project. No previous knowledge of management studies is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1N2 + Mathematics with Management Studies BSc 3 years
This BSc combines a broad-based training in mathematics with highly practical courses from UCL’s Department of Management Science and Innovation, which will be of direct use to those seeking a career in management. No previous knowledge of management studies is required.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1FH + Mathematics with Mathematical Physics MSci 4 years
This MSci offers an additional year of study on top of the Mathematics with Mathematical Physics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses, and undertaking a major project.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1F3 + Mathematics with Mathematical Physics BSc 3 years
Mathematics and physics are closely interlinked subjects, with each providing many fascinating insights into the other. Students on this programme receive a thorough mathematical training and may also take courses in physics and astronomy elsewhere in UCL and the University of London.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1TX + Mathematics with Modern Languages MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year of study on top of the Mathematics with Modern Languages BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking more advanced courses, and undertaking a major project.
Subject area: Mathematics
G1T9 + Mathematics with Modern Languages BSc 3 years
This three-year programme offers a comprehensive education in mathematics along with the opportunity to achieve proficiency in two or more modern languages from a choice of Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish and possibly others. Graduates are equipped for careers that may take them to Europe or further afield.
Subject area: Mathematics
F350 + Medical Physics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an extra year over the Physics with Medical Physics BSc, in which you will extend your knowledge by taking additional advanced courses. You are advised to apply for the MSci programme initially, but transfer between the BSc and MSci is possible during the first two years.
Subject area: Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
F153 + Medicinal Chemistry MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year on top of the Medicinal Chemistry BSc, in which students may undertake an advanced research project in fields such as drug design, chemical biology or organic chemistry.
Subject area: Chemistry
F150 + Medicinal Chemistry BSc 3 years
Medicinal chemistry is concerned with the discovery, design and synthesis of new drugs for clinical use. This BSc includes courses in biochemistry, biology, physiology and pharmacology, along with the fundamentals of chemistry necessary to design and synthesize drugs. These provide an understanding of the link between chemical structure and clinical effectiveness.
Subject area: Chemistry
A100 + Medicine MBBS BSc 6 years
This six-year programme includes an integrated BSc (except for graduate entrants with UK degrees), leading to the awards of Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). The curriculum centres on key health problems, clinical presentations and patient pathways. You will have clinical contact throughout with patients and doctors.
Subject area: Medicine
RY00 + Modern Language Plus BA 4 years
The Modern Language Plus BA offers enormous choice and flexibility, combining a modern language (either one you have prior knowledge of, or one new to you), together with another discipline, such as Film Studies, History of Art, Jewish Studies or Management Studies. You will also spend a year abroad.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
R000 + Modern Languages BA 4 years
The four-year Modern Languages BA offers enormous choice and flexibility, with over 250 modern language combinations possible. You may choose from more traditional combinations, such as French and German, or explore more unusual choices such as Danish and Italian, and spend a year abroad in two different countries.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
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FGC0 + Natural Sciences MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year of study on top of the Natural Sciences BSc. Students have the opportunity to deepen and extend their knowledge by taking advanced optional courses and completing a major project.
Subject area: Natural Sciences
CFG0 + Natural Sciences BSc 3 years
The Natural Sciences BSc draws together elements of physics, mathematics, chemistry, astrophysics, Earth sciences, life sciences, and science and technology studies. The programme enables students who wish to maintain a breadth of science subjects to design a unique degree which is suited to their personal interests.
Subject area: Natural Sciences
B141 + Neuroscience MSci 4 years
The Neuroscience MSci offers an extra year on top of the Neuroscience BSc, during which students extend their specialised knowledge and conduct original research. Entry requirements for both programmes are the same and students can review whether to proceed with the three-year BSc or the four-year MSci during year two.
Subject area: Neuroscience
B140 + Neuroscience BSc 3 years
This BSc spans several disciplines to encompass the structure, function and development of the brain and nervous system. You will be able to take courses in cell biology, developmental neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, pharmacology and psychology, and see how the overlapping disciplines combine to create neuroscientific knowledge.
Subject area: Neuroscience
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B211 + Pharmacology MSci 4 years
This programme is intended for students who want to pursue careers or further study in pharmacology or related disciplines. It offers a further year on top of the Pharmacology BSc in which to undertake a research project and advanced courses; applying for the MSci initially will keep more options open.
Subject area: Pharmacology
B210 + Pharmacology BSc 3 years
The subject of pharmacology is immensely broad and covers areas of physiology, biochemistry and toxicology. This flexible three-year programme offers a thorough grounding in the subject, and students have the option of transferring to the MSci at the end of year two.
Subject area: Pharmacology
B230 + Pharmacy MPharm 4 years
Pharmacists are experts in medicines with a deep understanding of the scientific basis of therapy. The MPharm programme integrates the teaching, learning and understanding of pharmaceutical science in the context of pharmacy practice. We offer you the opportunity to become a confident and competent professional committed to lifelong educational development.
Subject area: Pharmacy
V500 + Philosophy BA 3 years
This programme aims to provide an understanding of a range of central philosophical debates. All major areas of philosophy are available for study, covering branches such as moral and political philosophy, metaphysics and epistemology, and drawing upon the writings of philosophers both ancient and modern to contextualise your studies.
Subject area: Philosophy
VL51 + Philosophy and Economics BA 3 years
This three-year programme aims to provide an understanding of a range of central philosophical debates, together with a detailed education in economics. All major areas of philosophy are available for study, and students have access to world-class teaching from UCL's highly regarded Department of Economics.
Subject area: Philosophy
VQ57 + Philosophy and Greek BA 3 years
This degree aims to provide an understanding of a range of central philosophical debates, together with a detailed education in Ancient Greek language and culture. All major areas of philosophy are available for study, drawing upon the writings of philosophers both ancient and modern to place your studies in context.
Subject area: Philosophy
VV53 + Philosophy and History of Art BA 3 years
This degree aims to provide you with an understanding of a range of central philosophical debates together with a detailed education in history of art. All major areas of philosophy are available for study. You will also address issues about the very nature of art and human perception of visual culture.
Subject area: Philosophy
F303 + Physics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year of study on top of the Physics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking advanced optional courses, and undertaking a research project.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
F300 + Physics BSc 3 years
When we turn on a light or check the weather forecast, we are reaping the practical benefits of physics research. As well as exploring fundamental science, this BSc goes to the cutting edge of technologies that affect everyday life, equipping you with the tools and imagination to address tomorrow’s questions.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
F351 + Physics with Medical Physics BSc 3 years
This three-year programme offers an excellent education in a thriving field of science and engineering. The foundation in core physics together with the major areas of physics applied to medicine prepare you for a wide variety of careers inside and outside medical physics, including those in scientific research and industry.
Subject area: Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
K430 + Planning and Real Estate BSc 3 years
This programme combines a strong emphasis on understanding the challenges facing urban professionals in the 21st century with a focus on property markets, investment decisions and real estate economics. It is accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).
Subject area: Urban Planning and Urban Studies
R784 + Polish and East European Studies BA 4 years
Poland, with nearly 39 million citizens, is an increasingly important actor on the world economic and political stage. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Polish literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
LR27 + Politics and East European Studies BA 3 years
This degree programme combines training in politics, international relations and security issues with specialist courses studying the region which are of contemporary relevance in view of the enlargement of NATO and the EU and the changing international situation.
Subject area: Politics
LRF7 + Politics and East European Studies with a Year Abroad BA 4 years
This programme combines training in politics, international relations and security issues with specialist courses studying the region which are of contemporary relevance in view of the enlargement of NATO and the EU and the changing international situation. Your third year is spent abroad, at a university in the region.
Subject area: Politics
K221 + Project Management for Construction BSc 3 years
Designed to respond to concern that many of the problems of the construction industry result from the lack of good management, this BSc equips you with the tools necessary to manage the changing nature of the construction industry, with an emphasis on the development of analytical and managerial skills.
Subject area: Project Management for Construction
K222 + Project Management for Construction (Sandwich) BSc 4 years
This BSc equips you with the tools necessary to manage the changing nature of the construction industry, with an emphasis on the development of analytical and managerial skills. You will spend your third year in industry, gaining important professional experience for which industrial sponsorship may be available.
Subject area: Project Management for Construction
C800 + Psychology BSc 3 years
This three-year programme, accredited by the British Psychological Society, exposes you to the widest possible coverage of the field of psychology. There is also the opportunity for a measure of specialisation within your studies, in order to make informed and rational decisions about your future career.
Subject area: Psychology
CB86 + Psychology and Language Sciences BSc 3 years
This BPS-accredited programme brings together core courses in psychology, speech sciences and linguistics, providing a multi-disciplinary approach to the scientific study of the human mind and communication. The programme provides an excellent platform for research, clinical and educational psychology, speech and language therapy, audiology and education.
Subject area: Psychology and Language Sciences
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R785 + Romanian and East European Studies BA 4 years
Romanian is a Romance language spoken not only in Romania, but also in the Republic of Moldova, and in parts of the former Yugoslavia and Hungary. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and knowledge of Romanian literature, history and culture, preparing you for a wide variety of careers.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
RV71 + Russian and History BA 4 years
If your interests lean strongly towards History and you have A level History (or equivalent), our Russian and History BA provides a coherent combination of courses drawing on the abundance of expertise and material we offer in these fields. Russian can be started from scratch.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
R700 + Russian Studies BA 4 years
The Russian Studies BA at SSEES is the most comprehensive single-subject Russian degree programme in the country. The programme cultivates a high proficiency in the Russian language and develops your skills in analysis, presentation, problem-solving and intercultural understanding.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
R715 + Russian with an East European Language BA 4 years
If you are inspired by language learning, and enjoy exploring the similarities and differences between languages, this degree programme offers you the opportunity to study Russian and an East European language in a major/minor combination. Choose from Bulgarian, Czech/Slovak, Finnish, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian/Croatian or Ukrainian.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
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R600 + Scandinavian Studies BA 4 years
This degree provides the opportunity to specialise in the Danish, Norwegian or Swedish language, and to develop an in-depth appreciation of Scandinavian culture. You will have access to state-of-the-art language teaching facilities and the largest and oldest Scandinavian library in the UK, and will spend a year in a Scandinavian country.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
RV6C + Scandinavian Studies and History BA 4 years
This BA, taught in conjunction with UCL’s School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), combines study of the languages and culture of Scandinavia with a wide range of optional courses in the history of the Nordic and Baltic regions. Year three is spent in a Scandinavian country.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
L391 + Science and Society BSc 3 years
This programme studies science and technology in its varied and complex modern forms. We study how social, political and cultural forces and values shape scientific practice and technological innovation. In turn, we also study the effects of science and technology on society.
Subject area: Science and Technology Studies
R786 + Serbian/Croatian and East European Studies BA 4 years
Serbian/Croatian is a Slavonic language spoken by some 20 million native speakers. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Serbian/Croatian literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
R787 + Slovak (with Czech) and East European Studies BA 4 years
Slovak is a Western Slavonic language, largely mutually comprehensible with Czech, spoken by approximately five million people. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Slovak literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in Europe.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
R4T7 + Spanish and Latin American Studies BA 4 years
This four-year programme combines the study of Spanish language and its varieties with courses in the film, languages, literature, history and cultures of Spain and Latin America, from the early modern period to the present day. Year three is spent abroad in a Spanish-speaking country.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society
G305 + Statistical Science (International Programme) MSci 4 years
This four-year programme provides an advanced education in statistics together with experience of education in a different cultural and/or linguistic setting, which will broaden your horizons and prepare you for a variety of careers that have a special emphasis on international expertise.
Subject area: Statistical Science
G300 + Statistics BSc 3 years
This programme is accredited by the Royal Statistical Society and provides a broad, thorough and intellectually challenging training in the theory and practice of statistical science. Skills in statistics are valued by a variety of employers and can be applied to various problems in science, medicine, technology, finance and economics.
Subject area: Statistical Science
GN32 + Statistics and Management for Business BSc 3 years
This programme, run jointly with UCL Management Science and Innovation, combines a thorough training in statistics with courses in the broad area of business studies. It aims to provide a combination of management and quantitative skills useful for a career in business, management, commerce or industry.
Subject area: Statistical Science
GLR0 + Statistics, Economics and a Language BSc 3 years
At a time of globalisation of business and finance, the ability to communicate in a foreign language can significantly enhance your career prospects. This BSc combines a thorough training in statistics with courses in economics and the study of a foreign language (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin or Spanish).
Subject area: Statistical Science
GLN0 + Statistics, Economics and Finance BSc 3 years
This programme combines a thorough training in statistics with courses in economics and finance. The different components of the degree programme reinforce one another to provide a coherent and wide-ranging foundation in modern quantitative techniques useful for a career in finance.
Subject area: Statistical Science
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F345 + Theoretical Physics MSci 4 years
This four-year programme offers an additional year of study on top of the Theoretical Physics BSc, during which students have the opportunity to specialise further by taking advanced optional courses, and undertaking a research project.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
F340 + Theoretical Physics BSc 3 years
This three-year programme offers a variant of the advanced study offered in the Physics BSc. You will develop an advanced understanding of the theoretical structure of the core topics in physics, and the programme is likely to appeal to you if you have a strong interest and ability in mathematics.
Subject area: Physics and Astrophysics
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R788 + Ukrainian and East European Studies BA 4 years
Ukraine is one of Europe's oldest and most complex countries. Its territory and history have constantly been occupied and rewritten. This programme offers the opportunity to gain excellent language skills and a profound knowledge of Ukrainian literature, history and culture that will prepare you for a wide variety of careers.
Subject area: Russian and East European Languages and Culture
K421 + Urban Planning, Design and Management BSc 3 years
Urban planning is concerned with the complex management of change within the built and natural environment. This BSc, accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), gives you the skills to work in both traditional planning careers and in various related professional and specialist areas.
Subject area: Urban Planning and Urban Studies
K440 + Urban Studies BSc 3 years
This programme has been designed with a range of professional career opportunities in mind, offering great flexibility for students curious to explore a broader range of studies relating to the built environment, as well as other subjects with a different focus offered elsewhere in UCL and other University of London institutions.
Subject area: Urban Planning and Urban Studies
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R691 + Viking Studies BA 4 years
This four-year programme aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of the Viking Age through study of the medieval and modern Scandinavian languages, Old Norse literature, and medieval history. The third year is spent abroad at a university in Denmark, Norway or Sweden.
Subject area: European Languages, Culture and Society