Being a student at UCL is about so much more than just acquiring knowledge. Studying here gives you the opportunity to realise your potential as an individual, and the skills and tools to thrive in whatever you choose to do.
If you have studied at UK state school and aspire to be an engineer but do not meet our standard entry requirements, we offer an Engineering Foundation Year. You’ll gain and develop the study skills and academic knowledge to continue onto one of our undergraduate Engineering programmes
Choose from a wide variety of modules offered by many of our renowned academic departments. Most modules are taught on the Bloomsbury campus and, where possible, also make use of London as a learning space, including excursions and field trips to areas in and around the city.
Whether you are learning for the fun of it, looking to get ahead in your career or you need professional accreditation, UCL has nearly 400 courses to choose from.
Welcome to London! As a Study Abroad student at UCL you have access to an extensive and flexible range of subject options.
UCL representatives travel around the world attending fairs, exhibitions and other public events for prospective students and offer holders.
If you are interested in studying, see how you can start your journey to UCL today.
Read general information about entry qualifications and their equivalents in your country use the Country Search.
Read our guidance for international students applying for visas to study at UCL.
UCL's Centre for Languages & International Education (CLIE) offers a range of degree preparation and foundation courses for international students.
If you are ready to apply you can find specific information about entry requirements for all of our degree programmes and courses.
We know open days, campus tours and visits help you make an informed choice about where to pursue further study, and there are many ways you can meet UCL. Discover UCL’s Virtual Open days and register your interest to be notified of details of upcoming virtual events that are relevant to you.
UCL student experience
I love the non-academic side of UCL: the student societies, guest speakers, and The Global Citizenship Programme. There is so much to get involved with, in addition to studying of course. I got involved in parkour at UCL Parkour Society, something I had never thought of trying before.
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