Undergraduate prospectus 2022


Undergraduate degrees

We have over 400 undergraduate degree programmes. With more than 42,000 students from 150 different countries, we’re London’s truly global university.

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Degrees 2022

Discover all degree programmes for 2022.

Degrees 2021

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Open Days

Find out about what it is like to study at UCL.

Open Days are a chance for you to talk to our academics and current students.

Join our Open Days to see why you’ll find it the perfect place to grow.


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Key dates for undergraduate applications for Sept 2022 entry

All applications are made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).

May 2021

UCAS application portal opens

Sept 2021 

Applications can be submitted

15 Oct 2021 

Deadline for Medicine applications

26 Jan 2022

Deadline for all other programmes to guarantee full and equal consideration

Find out all you need to know about how to apply including information on applying as an international student and our widening participation programme.

Our students make an impact in the world

We’re proud of our pioneering 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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Study in the footsteps of...

Francis Crick discovered the molecular structure of DNA. In 1962 he was awarded a Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.

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UCL is consistently ranked as one of the top ten universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2010–2021).

Why choose UCL?

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

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Explore what makes UCL an exceptional place to study

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  • Cutting-edge facilities and teaching.

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  • Unique opportunities such as our free extracurricular entrepreneurial programme.

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  • A social scene whatever your scene.

London is your classroom

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With its countless libraries, archives and cultural spaces London is the perfect place to support you in your studies.

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The British Library is just a short walk from UCL's Bloomsbury campus. A world-renowned study location.

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Take advantage of our close partnerships with iconic institutes like the British Museum.

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Accountancy, economics and business students have regular contact with international financial firms in the City of London.

Our central location puts some of the world’s best-known museums and cultural and scientific institutions within walking distance. Students can take advantage of free or discounted exhibitions and lectures.

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.

Over 150 countries are represented in our diverse student community, and you’ll make friends for life from all over the world here.

All UCL accommodation is located in central London and includes catered and self-catered options.

We know London can seem expensive, so we've put together a guide for finding the funding you need to live and succeed at UCL. 

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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, or you can chat to a current student online.

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

Offices generally take calls from 9am to 5pm (BST), Monday to Friday.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Teaching and leading Generation Z

Dr Zachary Walker investigates the interests and struggles of a generation.

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Students' Union UCL

Since 1893 our union has been campaigning for a better UCL, providing great services and opportunities to 37,000 members.

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The tumour hunters: Precision targeting for prostate cancer

UCL researchers are transforming the treatment and diagnosis of prostate cancer.