UCL has a long history of diversity and ensuring equal opportunities for all, including for those who identify as lesbian, gay, bi, trans or another minority sexual orientation.
If you are 21 years old or older on your first day of study at UCL some specific support is available to help you get the most of your time at university.
If you're a student and a parent, UCL can provide support and facilities to help you manage your studies alongside family life, including nursery care.
We're committed to supporting young people who have left a care environment and we encourage you to apply to study with us and access the support available.
Not everybody has a supportive family. Studying at university can present extra challenges for estranged students, but additional support is available.
UCL is a secular institution but we are committed to providing an inclusive learning and working environment where students of all religions, and none, can thrive.
If you're a female student, you may prefer to speak to another female member of staff outside of your own department.
In the unfortunate event you become the victim of a hate crime, please report it here.