Department of Political Science


Masters FAQs

How do I apply?
Is there a deadline for applying?
When should I apply?
Is there more than one intake a year?
What are the Entry Requirements?
How many programmes can I apply for?
Can I still apply if I do not have a relevant degree?
What are the English Language Requirements?
Do both of my references need to be academic?
What happens if I graduated a long time ago and I can not provide an academic reference?
How long should my Personal Statement be?
What are the tuition fees?
Are there any scholarships available for Masters students?
What does the Admission process involve?
Why has no decision been made on my application yet?
When does the course start?
Can I study part-time?
Can I study by distance learning?
I am going to take an English test later in the year, can I still apply now?
What happens after I have been made an offer?
How long is the course and what are the term dates?
If I cannot take up my offer of a place this year, can I defer it to next year?
What happens to my English waiver if I defer my offer?
Is there an application processing fee?
Can I ask for feedback on my unsuccessful application?
I am already studying at another institution. Can I enrol at UCL at the same time?
When do I choose my modules?
Do you require a deposit?
Can I visit the Department in Tavistock Square?
How many hours study is it per Module?
When do I need to accept my offer?