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Applying to UCL

Here you can find information about entry requirements for undergraduate programmes, graduate taught, graduate research programmes and study abroad courses.
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Undergraduate programmes

International students should apply to UCL via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service or UCAS using the same process as UK/EU students.Find out how to apply.

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Graduate Taught Programmes

Students wishing to apply for a graduate taught degree can find out more with this step by step guide to applying to UCL. Plus information on application fees.

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Graduate research programmmes

Prospective research programme students are advised to talk to their chosen department of study before applying. Find out how to apply for a graduate research degree.

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Preparatory and Foundation Courses

UCL provides a number of courses to prepare overseas students for study in the UK including English Language courses and preparatory courses for Undergraduate degrees.

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Teacher Training

The UCL Institute of Education is a leading provider of teacher training, find out about the programmes available. 

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English requirements

You may be required to prove you have the right level of English Language to study at UCL. Find out which qualifications and exam boards are accepted. 

Did you know?

More students choose to study at UCL than any other London university? University College London has around 41,500 students and over 18,000 of those students are from outside the UK. Our students choose from across 60 different academic units. In the QS World University Subject Rankings for 2018, UCL features in the global top-ten universities in twelve subject areas and the global top-twenty in twenty subject areas. UCL is world-leading and many of the module tutors on the programme are leading academics in their fields.