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Being A BAScer

The BASc cohort is a diverse group with students from the UK, Europe and the rest of the world combining to create a vibrant community. In 2014/15 we welcomed our first affiliates who fitted in perfectly with our unique group of BAScers.

Five previous BASc affiliates have provided testimonials to share some of their experiences about their time with us.

 

Max

Max Pittman is from the University of California, Berkeley and spent the 2014/15 academic year as a BASc affiliate.

 

Jasmin

Jasmin Galmarini is from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and spent the full 2015/16 academic year with us.

 

Shaodan

Shaodan Dai is from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and joined us for one term of the 2015/16 academic year.


 

 

Lizzie Jiang

Lizzie from Harvard University spent a term studying abroad at UCL in 2015/16. Watch to see why she thought the BASc department was the best fit for her.

 

 

Takuya Kitamura

Takuya from the University of Tokyo spent the full 2016/17 academic year in the BASc department at UCL. Watch to see what he thought of the experience and his top tip for studying in London.


Due to the nature of the BASc Programme offering courses from varying departments, it is important that students have a space of their own where they can partake in private study, group work or social activity. The BASc Common Room is designed for this exact use and is solely for Arts and Sciences students. The Common Room is usually a hive of activity where students share ideas and engage in debate which helps to foster the interdisciplinary ethos of the programme even further.

The Arts and Sciences Society is the BASc student society which organises an array of social activities such as film nights, music nights and culture-sharing events. For more information about the Society and to see what they have been up to recently, see the Arts and Sciences Society Facebook page.