Institute of Education


Undergraduate students

At the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), our undergraduate students gain foundations in the practice, policy and research of education, psychology and social science.

Read questions and answers (Q&As) with some of our recent students, organised by course.

Q&A with Abdul (Education Studies BA)

Student Q&A: Abdul Alim

"If you want to know more about how education shapes society I think this is the perfect subject."

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Q&A with Jack (Psychology with Education BSc)

Jack Krull

"I really value the fact that I have studied education because it has helped to broaden my knowledge of how people learn and of education systems ... all of that has an impact on our psychology."

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Q&A with Guyanne (Social Sciences BSc)

Guyanne Sinon

"Social scientists are needed to understand the drivers of social change and how to bring people together."

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Q&A with Amina (Social Sciences with Data Science* BSc)

Amina Harrath

"I felt that all other degree programmes at other universities didn’t offer the same breadth of flexibility."

More from Social Sciences with Data Science* BSc students:
(*previously Social Sciences with Quantitative Methods)

Q&A with Millie (Sociology BSc)

Female student studying with laptop and headphones in the UCL Student Centre

"I was looking forward to engaging with the practicalities of social research."

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Study abroad

Some of our undergraduate students take the opportunity to live and study in another country with UCL Study Abroad and have shared their experiences through blogs.