Had I never gone to UCL it is unlikely I would have found this area of study that I have become very passionate about.
Johanna Stegner - Anthropology
It is difficult to choose what I enjoy most about my degree programme because there are so many reasons.
Brigid Geist - Archaeology
Its capacity to stretch each individual’s imagination and skills is what sets this school apart from all others.
Emily Priest - Architecture
Through studying Arts and Sciences I have met several entrepreneurs and future leaders in London, and I have collaborated with some of them too.
Oliver Rutherford - Arts and Sciences
London is unlike no other city I have visited. Theres an energy and a buzz in London that I found truly inspiring and drove me to want to achieve success.
Jasmin Samaras - Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing
I chose UCL because it is a very good university and is well known worldwide as well as having a good location in the centre of London.
Aadam Akhtar - Biochemistry and Biotechnology
We do a lot of fieldwork in biology with trips to places like Spain and Scotland, revealing the practical and outdoor side of the subject.
Jasmine Husseini - Biological Sciences
Having acquired a sound foundation in the mechanisms of the body, I want to pursue a career in Medicine.
Ihuoma Onwusor - Biomedical Sciences
BSc (Hons) Project Management for Construction is a very specialised course, offering RICS accreditation.
Wolfgang Reiss - Built Environment
It is one of the hardest degrees there are and because of the skills we gain through it we are very popular with employers.
Harry Michalakakis - Chemical Engineering
Chemistry is such a fundamental science, it governs the world, our everyday lives and the way our body functions.
Gurpreet Virdi - Chemistry
I wanted to commit myself to a degree that would have a positive impact on the environment and society.
Rena Seyidova - Civil and Environmental Engineering
What drew me to UCL's programme was the wide range of courses available to Classics students; it even allows you to choose courses from other UCL departments and those at the University of London too.
Laura Chan - Classical World
The MEng is quite a wide and diverse programme and involves developing solutions to real world problems.
Navin Bharwani - Computer Science
Walking around the main building you can feel that the place has a long history and that many prestigious alumni have been before you.
Harriet Drage - Earth Sciences
The UCL programme is a BSc unlike at most other universities which was one of the pivotal factors in my decision.
Alice Lawson - Economics
All my lecturers represent world-class level and are experts in their respective fields.
Jakub Szukalski - Economics and Business
Apart from UCL being one of the top universities in the world, one of the immediate attractions for me was the engaged and vibrant community.
Laura Santos - Engineering Science
There is no better place to study English than in the heart of Bloomsbury, at a leading institution that thrives in the cultural buzz of London.
Camilla Hewens - English
The year abroad is a given in any language degree, but UCL offers an extremely wide range of destinations across the world.
Adam Oldfield - European Languages, Culture and Society
You can tell that the teacher is passionate about the material being taught.
Zeev Duckworth - European Languages, Culture and Society
I chose UCL because of its London location, excellent international reputation and also because of the facilities relating to both my subjects.
Emma Greenlees - European Languages, Culture and Society
UCL's biggest asset is first and foremost its staff: they are the ones who make the whole experience.
Caroline Hagg - European Social and Political Studies
Slade supports your individuality and the lectures and tutors really push you to develop yourself as an artist.
Juntae Hwang - Fine Art
The Central London location coupled with a campus feel, international reputation and social aspects of UCL all influenced my decision to come and I’ve not been disappointed!
Christopher Burt - Geography
I wanted to come to UCL and, especially for this degree programme, because it represented for me the perfect combination of a big university and a personalized approach.
Edouard Harari - Hebrew and Jewish Studies
London is undoubtedly one of the best cities to study the History of Art. The diversity in museums, galleries and art fairs is impressive and really complement my studies.
Azmina Abdulla - History of Art
It is rare that a programme offers this much freedom to students and that really attracted me as I am an independent person.
Andrei Ilie - Human Sciences
I chose to study Law because of its huge implication in our lives.
Keith Wong - Laws
I am excited about the doors that being a UCL graduate has opened for me.
Natasha Griffiths - Linguistics
The most invaluable part of the degree has to be the fourth-year consultancy project. We were able to choose a company to work with and were able to provide solutions to real-time business issues.
Srinidhi Soundararajan - Management Science and Innovation
I chose this programme because it seems to have a perfect combination of employability and academic preparation.
Congrong Fu - Mathematics
The theory we study is interesting, but it is when we get to apply the theory to something practical that the subject truly comes alive.
Douglas Stridsberg - Mechanical Engineering
There is a lot of flexibility in determining the direction I want to take in my learning and this enables me to pursue my interests.
Joanne Ting - Medical Physics and Bioengineering
I am so glad I chose UCL! I would not chose any other university if I had to apply again.
Carmen Camino Garcia - Medicine
I enjoyed the community aspect that my programme offered, the many contact hours a week meant that I really got to know my fellow classmates.
Louise Yang - Natural Sciences
I knew that I wanted to enter a new and interdisciplinary field, working on challenging problems to answer some of the most fundamental questions in the universe.
Alessandro Galloni - Neuroscience
The lab technicians are helpful and they are always willing to explain what is happening during an experiment.
Io Ieong Chan - Pharmacology
I enrolled here to become a Pharmacist but what the School provided me with was a whole other opportunity.
Amy Chow - Pharmacy
It's an intellectually driving and challenging programme and profoundly interesting.
Ruby Dhal - Philosophy
I have enjoyed the interdisciplinary approach to studying the region practised at SSEES, as well as the ability to choose a vast range of courses in literature, languages, history, etc.
Natia Seskuria - Politics
The organisation of the degree programme here is fantastic, and feedback is really taken seriously.
Bryony Insua-Summerhays - Psychology
Psychology has very modern research facilities and we have also had classes where we were lucky enough to be able to examine real human brains.
Chloe Bracegirdle - Psychology and Language Sciences
The privilege of being taught by experts in the field and reading their books in the same time only makes it more fascinating.
Yekaterina Litvak - Russian and East European History
I hope to complete an MA in either interpretation or translation, or both. Preferably I'll be working for the government in the future.
Helen Nguyen - Russian and East European Languages and Culture
UCL museums and collections have played a vital part in several of my courses - having access to the real thing is a lot cooler than a picture.
Phillip Bell - Science and Technology Studies
It's reassuring to know that there is a person that you can rely on to be able to help you make the most of your life at university, whether in academic terms or just generally.
Agata Zielinska - Social and Historical Sciences
London is definitely a fast-paced city providing numerous opportunities and being at a reputed university like UCL opens the door to a rich set of career opportunities.
Jemma Permalloo - Statistical Science
I felt that by attending one of the oldest and most reputable planning departments in the world, I would significantly boost my career prospects.
Matthias Neill - Urban Planning and Urban Studies
I like the way the urban studies programme looks at urban spaces, construction and society holistically and combines courses in design, real estate and social studies.
Robin Karlsen - Urban Planning and Urban Studies