Graduate Offers Holders


About Your Offer

Congratulations on receiving an offer from UCL. Your offer of admission is based on the information you submitted as part of your application and any additional information you have provided proves to be incorrect or incomplete, we reserve the right to review and possibly withdraw your offer of admission.

General conditions of entry

In addition to any specific conditions stipulated, UCL’s offer of admission is also subject to the following standard conditions:


That you provide evidence (translated into English if applicable) of the qualifications that entitle you to be registered for the programme to which you have been offered admission. 

Tuition fee status

That in accepting this offer you agree to pay tuition fees at the rate stated on your offer letter. Should you wish to challenge UCL’s assessment you must write to UCL within three months of the date of this letter. If your fee status is undetermined, you must return the enclosed fee status questionnaire within three months. Please note if your tuition fee status is still undetermined at the start of your programme, you will be invoiced at the Overseas rate of tuition fees.

UCL determines whether the UK/EU or Overseas rate of tuition fees should be charged in accordance with the Education (Fees and Awards) (England) Regulations 2007 and subsequent amendments but shall judge each case as it shall see fit at its absolute discretion.

Tuition fees

That you formally accept responsibility for the payment to UCL of the tuition fees in respect of your programme, although it is understood that a sponsor may in fact pay those tuition fees. Any tuition fee quoted on your offer letter is for guidance only and the definitive tuition fee will be quoted on your Portico account.

Proficiency in the English language

A good command of English is required by students to undertake their programme successfully. A list of acceptable English language qualifications can be found on our website and should be checked if your offer of admission specifies that you must meet this requirement. Please note, any extra expense incurred in doing so will be your responsibility.

Criminal convictions

You are required to inform UCL of any criminal conviction(s) between application and enrolment.


If you accept UCL’s offer of admission and subsequently behave in a way that is liable to bring UCL into disrepute, UCL reserves the right to withdraw your offer of admission. This applies regardless of whether the behaviour in question occurs on UCL premises or elsewhere, and regardless of whether it involves action in person or by the use of electronic media.

That upon registering you agree to abide by the present rules, regulations and statutes of UCL. The more important of those rules and regulations are summarised on the UCL Students website.

All students are required to enrol with UCL Student & Registry Services within two weeks of the start of their programme. Information on the enrolment process is available on the UCL New Students website.

If, having started a programme, a student’s academic progress is unsatisfactory, UCL reserves the right to require any student to withdraw from the programme.

Additional information for students holding an offer for teacher training

Medical fitness (Occupational Health) and Disclosure and Barring Service Clearance

All applicants will be required to successfully complete Occupational Health and Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure checks. The total cost of these checks is £135. Further information can be found on the Admissions section of the website.

Skills Test

You must successfully complete professional skills tests in literacy and numeracy before you can enrol on a programme leading to Qualified Teaching Status (QTS).  The tests must be taken and passed by Tuesday 1 August 2019. Information on the skills test can found on the Get Into Teaching website.

Please note: if you are holding an offer for the Post Compulsory Education PGCE you are not required to take the Skills Test.