How to apply
Applications for the UCL Summer School 2018 are still open. Start your online application.
Making an application
Once you have identified the module(s) you would like to study, we advise you check with your home institution before you submit your application as your home institution will decide how much credit, if any, they will award for your module(s).
Applications are still open, but students who need a visa to study in the UK are advised to apply at least a month before the start date of their chosen module (whether Session One or Session Two).
When completing the application form, you will be asked to identify two modules: a 'preferred' module and an 'alternative' module. You will only study one module in each session but all modules are subject to minimum participation requirements and maximum capacity numbers.
Completing your application
Please refer to our Application Guidelines (pdf) to help you complete your application form.
To complete your application you will need to:
- select a preferred module and alternative module;
- submit your academic qualifications/transcript;
- submit your English language qualification (if applicable);
- write a personal statement (approximately 250 words);
- pay the application fee
If you are not able to complete the application form immediately, you can save the form, log out and return later. Before submitting an application, please ensure that all sections are complete and includes all relevant documentation.
If you are unable to obtain a transcript, please upload an academic reference including comments on your academic standing and predicted grades.
If you are interested in submitting a group application please contact us.
Once you have submitted
your application form, we will contact you within approximately five
working days to inform you whether your application has been successful or
Accepting an offer
Once you have accepted your offer and paid the
tuition fees, a place will be reserved for you on the programme. However,
please note that your acceptance of an offer or payment of tuition fees does
not guarantee your participation on a specific module.
Information on the selection, offer and availability of modules, and your rights to cancel your place on the programme in the event of the unavailability of modules, is set out in our terms and conditions (pdf).