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Open days, tours and visits

The information here will help you discover more about UCL; its location, buildings, important contacts and ways to find out more about the programmes we offer.

Open Days

The Open Days are designed to give you an opportunity to visit our central London campus, meet students and staff, and find out if UCL is a place where you would like to study.

Campus Tours

UCL's main campus in Bloomsbury, central London is a fascinating place to visit. As you explore the campus, you will get a sense of what makes UCL stand out.

UCL Events and visits

UCL attends various events in the UK and overseas, and our individual departments, schools and institutes often hold Open Days for prospective students to find out what opportunities are on offer and talk to members of academic staff. These events can be extremely valuable in helping you make an informed choice about pursuing further study.

UCAS Fairs and Events (UK)

UCL Events

Higher Education fairs and events are an excellent opportunity for prospective students.

Graduate events and Open Days

UCL Events

UCL offers a range of events and Open Days for prospective postgraduate students in the UK and abroad.

UCL visits your country

UCL Events

Staff from UCL attend a number of events in the UK and overseas to offer information and advice. 

Meet our students  

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Undergraduate options

QS World University Tours

Exploring your undergraduate options? The QS World University Tour is your chance to meet key decision makers from top universities from around the world.

University of London Taster days

University taster courses for prospective undergraduate students - Not sure what University life will be like? Try one of our one-day courses for sixth formers.

Student disability services 

UCL welcomes applications from disabled students. Our aim is to promote and implement an inclusive learning and teaching environment, allowing students to study as independently as possible during their time at UCL.