Undergraduate courses

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Key dates for undergraduate courses starting September 2025

All applications are made through UCAS from 3 Sep 2024 to 29 Jan 2025 (except medicine).

28–29 Jun

Undergraduate Open Days

Find out more about UCL Open Days

3 Sep

15 Oct

Entry deadline for medicine

29 Jan

Entry deadline for all courses (except medicine)

Find out all you need to know about how to apply including information on applying as an international student, our widening participation programme and a guide for applicants with a disability. You can also discover UCAS fairs and events that we are attending this year.

Our students make an impact in the world

We’re proud of our ground-breaking history, distinguished present and exciting future.

UCL staff and alumni have won at least one Nobel Prize each decade since the award began in 1901.

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A history of disruptive thinking

We have a proud heritage of disruptive thinking, a reputation for game-changing research and a unique multidisciplinary approach to problem solving.

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Why choose UCL?

UCL is a great place to be a student for so many reasons.

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Entrepreneurship

Whether you plan to start your own business, tackle global issues or kick-start your dream career, we help develop your entrepreneurial skills and thinking.

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A vibrant social life

As a student, you are automatically a member of Students' Union UCL, and UCL's policy of keeping Wednesday afternoons free of teaching gives you the opportunity to take part in social and sporting activities.

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Why choose UCL?

At UCL we're proud of our groundbreaking history, our distinguished present and our exciting future. UCL is a great place to be a student – here are some of the reasons why.

Your life in London

Moving to a new city as a first-year undergraduate can be a major change, but you’ll find a warm welcome at UCL.

To help you settle in we prioritise an accommodation place for all full-time single, first-year undergraduates students studying at UCL for the first time (subject to eligibility criteria).

We know London can seem expensive, so we’ve put together a guide to your living costs.

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Come and meet us

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Undergraduate In-person Open Days

Visit UCL in person to explore the programmes we offer, chat with students and staff, learn about student life at UCL and ask any questions you may have. At this year’s event, you will get the chance to explore UCL’s rich and radical history at both our historical Bloomsbury and the new East campuses. You only need to attend one of the two dates, but you are welcome to visit us at both locations. Book your place and start planning your visit on our Undergraduate Open Days page.

Online - Open day

UCL Art and Technology BA - Taster Session

Join us to learn about UCL's new Art and Technology BA starting in September 2025. This course is for a new generation of artists interested in merging art with emerging technologies. It combines modular studies with studio practice and explores the intersections of art, humanities, and science. Key areas include creative coding, AI, robotics, sensing, game design, computational publishing, and immersive environments.

Online - Open day

Applied Medical Sciences BSc - Revenge of the bugs - and the body strikes back!

Bacteria are our ancient enemies, and many assume they have long since been defeated thanks to antibiotics. Unfortunately, that’s just not true. In this taster, you will discover how modern medicine is facing the real possibility of an unexpected slide back into the Dark Ages when simple infections could kill and even straightforward operations were fraught with danger.


Got questions? Get in touch.

If you are interested in applying to UCL and would like to find out more, please get in touch with us. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

For further information, or specific questions, you may want to contact individual departments or the prospective student enquiries department below.

Offices generally take calls from 09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday.

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Prospective student enquiries

Undergraduate Admissions

+44 (0)20 8059 0939