Run during the academic year, the International Student Support drop-in sessions are designed to help international students with any questions they have about life at UCL.
- International Student Support drop-in sessions;
- Immigration and visa information;
- Self-service letters webinars;
- 'Make the Most of UCL'.
International Student Support drop-in sessions
The UCL International Student Support team will hold drop-in sessions for international students during the 1st and 2nd terms of the 2022/2023 academic year.
In these drop-in sessions, a member of the International Student Support team will be available via video chat to help you with a wide variety of issues you may be having regarding life at UCL or life in the UK. Whatever your question, please feel free to ask and we'll do our best to help you.
How to attend
To access the drop-in sessions, just click on the Microsoft Teams link below. You will automatically be placed in a lobby whilst we help the previous student. Once it is your turn to be seen, we will let you into the main drop-in session. You can then ask your question via video chat or type your question into the chat box.
Dates and times of regular drop-in sessions
The International Student Support drop-in sessions will be run every Tuesday and will start from Tuesday 18 October 2022:
International Student Support advice when you first arrive in London
We know that your first few weeks at UCL can be when you have the most questions.
That's why a member of International Student Support will be on the main UCL campus to answer your questions in person from Monday 19 September 2022 - Friday 30 September 2022.
Please note that International Student Support cannot provide specific advice on students' immigration/visa questions and those relating to offers from UCL. Please contact the UCL Visa Advice team for questions about immigration/visas using their contact form or attend one of their own drop-in sessions.
For questions about your offer to study at UCL, please contact the UCL Admissions team. For questions about your specific course at UCL, please contact your UCL department.
The UCL Student Enquiries Center has developed its self-service options for students so that you can access the things you need quickly. Check out the article they have written on how to access such letters as a Statement of Student Status and a Bank Letter.
The 'Make the Most of UCL' campaign takes place in September and then again in January in the first weeks of term and is here to ensure you are fully informed of all the great opportunities and support available to you. From the campaign, you'll find everything you need to hit the ground running at the start of term. Find out more about the 'Make the Most of UCL' campaign.