UCL Faculty of Arts & Humanities



The Faculty of Arts & Humanities at UCL is ranked 6th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2023).
Based in London’s literary quarter in Bloomsbury, UCL is surrounded by the greatest concentration of libraries, museums, archives and professional bodies in Europe. Our students benefit from UCL’s central London location and the city’s rich resources and networks.


With its world-class reputation, the faculty is one of great intellectual diversity. Our breadth is unrivalled, and the Faculty is home to: Arts and Sciences; English; European Social and Political Studies; Greek and Latin; Hebrew and Jewish Studies; Information Studies; Philosophy; Modern Languages (in the School of European Languages, Culture and Society); the Slade School of Fine Art.

Programmes of study

We offer undergraduate, graduate taught and graduate research programmes, as well as some Continued Professional Development courses. Explore your options for study across the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.

Our Departments

Our Departments

Find out about our world-class Departments and Centres of Excellence and how you can begin your journey with us.

Open Days and Virtual Fairs

Open Days & Virtual Fairs

Meet current students and staff, and find out if UCL is a place where you would like to study.

Study and Careers in London

Study & Careers in London

Our students benefit from London’s global connections, placements, partnerships & employment opportunities.

School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS)

International Students

UCL is a global institution and welcomes students from all over the world. Find useful information to plan your study in London.

Scholarships and Funding

UCL offers a range of financial awards aimed at assisting both prospective and current students with their studies.

Find out more about Scholarships and Funding 

Induction 2022: Ahead of the Curve

Take a look at induction programme for students starting a Faculty of Arts & Humanities degree at UCL in autumn 2022.

 Ahead of the Curve website