Excel London is the 2019 venue for UCL summer exams
3 April 2019
UCL's summer 2019 exams will be held at Excel London, a modern conference centre in London's Docklands. The exam period runs from Tuesday 23 April to Friday 7 June 2019.
Exams will take place in a range of bright, calm, air conditioned rooms. There are plenty of places to eat and extensive seating and study areas, as well as a prayer room and on-site first aid facilities.
Excel London is in Zone 3 and is served by two stations – Custom House and Prince Regent - on the Docklands Light Railway, which connects to the London Underground, so use the TFL website to plan your journey.
A small number of exams will take place on the Bloomsbury campus - please read your examination timetable carefully.
If you are unable to attend an examination or complete any assessment then you need to apply for a deferral under the Extenuating Circumstances regulations.
Examination Adjustment Venues
If you have approved examination adjustment arrangements, you will sit examinations in one of the UCL Examination Adjustment venues on Campus:
- cluster room facility
- additional time only student facility
- examination adjustment facility
Details of venues will be included in your exam timetable, or the examinations team will contact you directly.
If you have a disability or injury that may affect your performance in your exam please ensure that you contact Student Support & Wellbeing who will assess whether you are entitled to receive an examination adjustment provision. Please ensure that you adhere to any deadlines to enable your application to be processed in time for your exams.
For more information about UCL Exams, visit the Current Students Exams webpages.
Late Summer Assessments 19 August–6 September 2019
Late summer assessment (LSA) will be available in 2019 for all students who need to re-sit an exam or have been granted deferred assessment.
UCL's Education Committee has been working towards the introduction of late summer assessments to improve the student experience and better align UCL with the rest of the UK Higher Education Sector.
The Late Summer Assessment period is your next opportunity for assessment after the main exam period and will be counted as a full attempt of reassessment. If you are unable to attend an examination or complete any assessment then you need to apply for a deferral under the Extenuating Circumstances regulations.