European Voices


Our programmes

European students have access to the full range of UCL degree programmes, including collaborative degrees with European partners. Students also benefit from opportunities to engage in the study of Europe, as well as to study abroad in Europe.


In 2020/21, more than 5,600 students from the EU were enrolled on UCL courses.

Undergraduates can study everything from traditional subjects, to programmes incorporating cutting-edge scientific research and interdisciplinary activities.

Our postgraduate Masters programmes - the majority of which are completed in one year – span a similarly broad range of areas, allowing students to develop their niche while enjoying the many benefits of living in London.

Equally, there are many ways UCL students can engage with Europe, both as a subject in its own right and through collaborative degree programmes or our many student mobility opportunities.

For details of all UCL programmes please visit:

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Why study at UCL?

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Want to study abroad?

Undertaking a study or work placement as part of their degree is one of the reasons why many European students choose to study with us, and we currently have links with 150 partner institutions across Europe.

Students can immerse themselves in another language and culture while preparing themselves for an international workplace.

Spending a year abroad at a European partner institution is a feature of several of UCL’s programmes, such as:

UCL Go Abroad

Where a year abroad is not a standard part of the programme, UCL’s Go Abroad scheme offers opportunities for eligible students to experience part of their study in Europe (or further afield), whether for a full year, single semester or more short-term – for example on a Summer School.  

Welcoming international students

For incoming international students who wish to study at UCL but are not enrolled on one of our degree programmes, UCL has a well-established Study Abroad programme. Through this we welcome students from around the world who gain credit for study undertaken at UCL and then return to graduate from their home institutions.

Want to study ‘Europe’?

European languages, culture and society are integral to many UCL programmes.

30 European languages are taught at UCL and students can make the most of that offering while pursuing broader interests in politics, history and philosophy, on programmes such as:

Highlights at postgraduate level include:

Interested in collaborative programmes with European universities?

As a global university, UCL academics are collaborating with a diverse group of institutions across Europe to develop innovative and exciting programmes for students.

They draw upon current research thinking while also giving students the opportunity to spend time at one of UCL’s partner institutions overseas.

Highlights include:

Find out more


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Our community

More than 35,000 UCL alumni are from EU countries. Meet these inspiring minds and hear why they chose UCL. 

European Research

Our research

We have longstanding research and teaching partnerships with many leading European institutes and organisations. Explore a collection of some of our projects. 

European Engagement

Our engagement

Academics at UCL are helping shape policy debate across Europe, actively informing EU policy. Find out more about our engagement.