Consistently high academic rankings, a growing number of Nobel Prize winners and UCL's location at the heart of a truly global city are just some of the reasons why students and employers choose UCL.
Teaching and learning
At UCL, our students get the chance to carry out research of their own, and have a say in decisions affecting their education.
Learn how UCL's teaching can help you develop your academic and life skills.
A two-week summer programme aimed at broadening students' experiences for life after graduation.
Get an international perspective by studying abroad as part of your undergraduate degree programme.
Broaden your experience through a work placement or take part in a summer research programme.
Campus and facilities
A number of resources to help you with your studies including libraries, museums and UCL's Centre for Languages & International Education (CLIE).
Relax on campus in your free time by visiting the Bloomsbury Theatre, going to a gig at the Students' Union, or learning something new at one of UCL's museums.
UCL is a secular institution and has a contemplation room on-site for private meditation and prayer.
Support and welfare
UCL offers a number of support and health services to all students including a day nursery, health centre and facilities for those with disabilities.
Support is available to international students before and after arriving at UCL through immigration advice and the International Students' Orientation Programme.
Clubs, societies and volunteering
UCL's Students' Union runs over 200 clubs and societies giving students the opportunity to participate in sports activities, attend events or volunteer through the Volunteering Services Unit.
UCL students can help at UCL events, giving tours and presentations, by becoming a Student Ambassador.
Further opportunities to volunteer.