Entry Procedure

Applications for admission should be made through UCAS.

Entry requirements (G300, GN32, GLN0, GLR0, LG13, G305)

Your application should demonstrate high academic ability, particularly in Mathematics, an informed interest in all the components of your chosen degree programme, and good communication skills.

Our standard entry requirements are given in the online prospectus.

For questions on qualifications, please see the FAQs. If you cannot find the required information there, please email the undergraduate admissions team on undergraduate-admissions@ucl.ac.uk.

English language requirements

In addition to the academic requirements above, all applicants are normally required to hold or obtain an acceptable English language qualification at the UCL good level (for G305, GLN0, GLR0, GN32 and LG13) or the UCL standard level (for G300). For UK applicants this is normally GCSE English Language at grade C or better. For international applicants this is usually IELTS 7.0 overall (for the good level) or 6.5 overall (for the standard level) with at least 6.0 in each of the four subtests (for both levels). Note that we do not accept the IGCSE in English as a Second Language.

Departmental Open Day

The department will invite suitable applicants to an open day which will include a tour of UCL, a short taster lecture and talks giving an overview of our department, our degree programmes and our graduates’ career prospects. This visit will give you an opportunity to meet some of our staff and current undergraduates and to raise any questions that you may have. An interview may be required.

For information about entry requirements for the Mathematics and Statistical Science BSc and MSci programmes (GG13/GGC3) please refer to the Mathematics Department.