How to apply
Information about making an application through UCAS.
Special note for Law and Medicine applicants.
The application process is similar to that for UK/EU students but all international students are advised to read the information and guidelines provided for international applicants.
Outlines affiliate study at UCL - read this before continuing to the Study Abroad Guide.
Information for mature students, part-time applicants and those wishing to apply with advanced standing
Information about UCL's commitment to equal opportunities for students and staff.
General information on entry requirements for students with A levels.
A list of UCL's preferred A level subjects.
Equivalent qualifications for students with BTEC National Diplomas, Access to HE Diplomas, Scottish Advanced Highers, Welsh Baccalaureates and Cambridge Pre-U Principal Subjects.
General information for students with the International Baccalaureate (IB) qualification.
Equivalent national qualifications for other countries, e.g. High School Graduation Diploma in USA, etc.
As part of our commitment to increasing participation from underrepresented groups, students may be eligible for a contextual offer as part of the Access UCL scheme.
For international students whose first language is not English.
Foundation courses for international students without necessary entry qualifications.
If you do not have the required entrance qualifications you should have alternative qualifications that demonstrate your academic potential and ability to thrive in your chosen subject. Please enquire with the relevant programme contact provided on the degree pages.
Applicants with advanced standing
We will consider applications to accredit prior learning at other recognised universities. Advanced standing is only awarded at UCL's discretion. Please read the notes on applying through UCAS and also enquire with the relevant programme contact provided on the degree pages.
Our degrees are principally designed to be taken on a full-time basis; all teaching takes place during the daytime. However, some departments do permit part-time study. Please enquire with the relevant programme contact provided on the degree pages.
Note: applications for part-time study are made directly to UCL, not to UCAS.
How we consider your application and how you are informed of UCL's selection decision.