UCL Open Days


Undergraduate Open Days

We are excited to welcome you to the UCL Open Days page where you can find out more about upcoming events, as well as information on the programmes and subjects you are interested in.

In-person Open Days

The next in-person Open Days will take place on our Bloomsbury and East (Stratford) campus on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 June 2024. Bookings will open at the end of May 2024, but in the meantime, you can read everything you need to know about attending an Open Day here.  

You can register your interest by visiting our Stay in touch page and receive updates when places become available to attend the in-person event.

Register your interest

Virtual Open Days

Visit UCL's Subjects A-Z list where you can watch short informational videos about your intended programme of study. The videos include important and helpful information on course structure, assessments, admission processes, funding and entry requirements. 

Let us help you find what you're looking for

With more than 400 programmes offered at UCL, it can be difficult to know where to start. 

Which programmes will lead me to my chosen career?

We are here to further your knowledge, develop your skills of analysis and problem-solving and give you a truly global outlook. Take a look at the wealth of programmes on offer at UCL – we will provide you with the support you need to realise your full potential and meet your career goals.

Students in Base KX, working with UCL Advances

Business and Entrepreneurship

Inside the Flaxman gallery, UCL


Student Centre view from front

Environment and Sustainability

    Image of lab technicians working in a laboratory

    Health and Mental Health

    Evening view of the Houses of Parliament from South Bank


      Law text books in a library

      Social Justice and Inequality

        UCL Building


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