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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

What are the dates of the 2023 UCL Summer School? 

Session One: 26th June - 14th July 2023

Session Two: 17th July - 4th August 2023

Are there any ongoing Covid-19 restrictions on campus?

All Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, however UCL has published the following guidelines for keeping safe on campus.

What is the workload of a UCL Summer School module?

All modules consist of 45 contact hours and approximately 100 additional study hours across three weeks. This represents a full-time commitment, so we would not recommend studying or working full-time alongside the UCL Summer School. 

Is it possible to study online?

All teaching will take place face-to-face on campus.

Is it compulsory to stay in UCL accommodation?

Accommodation is available to all students, but is not compulsory. You can find further details on our Accommodation page.

When will I get my results?

Provisional results will be made available in August but transcripts will not be sent until mid-September. All UCL Summer School assessment results need to be formally ratified by a Board of Examiners, which meets in the first week of September. Transcripts follow after this meeting.

How long will my UCL Summer School English language test certificate be valid for?

All certificates are valid for two years.
 

What are the entry requirements?

The UCL Summer School is only open to students who have completed at least one year of undergraduate study at university. Further details can be found on our Entry Requirements page.

Are high school students eligible for the UCL Summer School?

The UCL Summer School is only open to students who have completed at least one year of undergraduate study at university. If you attend a state school in the UK, we recommend looking into the UCL/Sutton Trust Summer School for Year 12 and 13 students provided by UCL's Widening Participation team. If you are an international high school student and English is not your first language, we recommend looking into the UCL Pre-University Online Course for high school students aged 16-18.

What can I do if I have any more questions?

The UCL Summer School team is friendly and approachable and always happy to answer any questions via email (summer@ucl.ac.uk) or on the telephone (+44 207679 5522).