From the everyday technology of flat-screen televisions to theories on the origin of the universe, the principles of matter, energy, space and time explored in physics and astrophysics are fundamental to our lives. Our accredited degrees develop rigorous and creative problem-solving skills, preparing you for an exciting career.
Undergraduate Degree Courses
|BSc Astrophysics||3 years||F510|
|BSc Physics||3 years||F300|
|BSc Theoretical Physics||3 years||F340|
|MSci Astrophysics||4 years||F511|
|MSci Physics||4 years||F303|
|MSci Theoretical Physics||4 years||F345|
UCL is pleased to offer guided tours of the campus by current UCL students. The tours are primarily for prospective students and their family members and normally last approximately an hour and a half. The dates of upcoming tours are available at guided tours website.
You are welcome to visit UCL and follow our self-guided tour - simply print out the page, then visit UCL and follow the tour route as shown.
The Physics building is open to visitors between 10.00am and 4.00pm from Monday to Friday. On the first floor of the building, you will find the First Year Lab and on the fourth floor, you can see the Undergraduate Common Room (A17) and the undergraduate computer cluster room (A19). The undergraduate office is in room E2 on the ground floor, however please note the admissions administrator may not always be available to meet you. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact our Undergraduate Administrator.
If you are unable to visit in person, you can take a virtual tour of UCL instead. You'll be able to look inside lecture theatres, laboratories, the Library, Fitness Centre, the Bloomsbury Theatre and the Students' Union. Virtual tours of our Student Houses and Halls of Residence are also available. A list of Student Houses and Halls of Residence detailing prices and locations can be found on the UCL accommodation website: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/accommodation.
UCAS Applicant Visit Days
Successful applicants will be invited to attend a UCAS Offer Holder Visit Day, where you will meet members of staff and current students and will be taken on a tour of the department and the campus. There will also be opportunity to visit our observatory at Mill Hill. The visit days will take place between November and March, well before the deadline for firming your university choices.
University of London Undergraduate Fair
The University of London runs an Undergraduate Fair in September for prospective students. See the University of London undergraduate fair website for further information.