Information about the Affiliate/Study Abroad programme
The UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences carries out research across the whole breadth of the field, and teaches at both undergraduate and graduate level. We very much welcome the opportunity to share our teaching and research with affiliate students, i.e. students registered for a degree programme abroad who wish to study with us for a year or a term. The modules you study at UCL can usually be counted for credit at your home university, for instance under a 'Junior Year Abroad' scheme. Affiliate students are accepted for the full year or for the fall or spring term alone.
Affiliate programmes are available in:
|Structure of the Programme|
Undergraduate modules are taught by lectures and seminars, and affiliate students can choose from a range of modules.
If you are staying for one term only, you are expected to take 60 credits, equivalent to 16 credits in the U.S. or 30 ECTS.
Examinations and Essays
|What current students say||Further Information|
I chose UCL on recommendation from my academic advisor at UWA. At first it was quite stressful trying to get into a different system of teaching, let alone a whole new continent. Now that I’ve found my feet though, I think it will help in making me more independent when it comes to increasing my knowledge in any particular subject I choose. Studying abroad will demonstrate to future employers that I am flexible and can adapt well to new situations.
Andrew Cheah, University of Western Australia.
Please select the links below for further information
|Fees, Costs and Funding|
|For information on fees and living costs, please refer to Information for Prospective Students.|
|Applying for the Affiliate Programmes|
To apply as an affiliate student in the UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, please visit the UCL international student pages for more information. There you can download an application form and find out about application deadlines.