UCL Urban Laboratory



UCL offers a number of degrees at undergraduate level where interests in topics relating to cities and urbanism can be explored in a world class research-led environment
Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies BSc

This programme addresses architectural space from an interdisciplinary perspective, exploring alternative approaches to design and creative practice. Students can tailor a flexible programme suited to their interests both within and outside the built environment. 

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Arts and Sciences BASc

This innovative new programme at UCL allows students to design their own interdisciplinary degree, with a major in one of four Pathways: Cultures, Health and Environment, Sciences and Engineering, or Societies. 

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Geography BA or BSc

This is an integrated geography programme which combines physical and human geography as well as offering opportunities for specialisation. Those choosing the BA will usually have studied social science or humanities subjects at A level or equivalent, and those choosing the BSc will have usually studied science subjects.

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Planning and Real Estate BSc

This BSc builds on the core programme offered within the School of Planning focusing on urban planning and design and combines it with a focus on property markets, investment decisions and real estate economics. 

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Urban Planning, Design and Management BSc

Urban planning is concerned with the complex management of change within the built and natural environment. This BSc gives students the skills to work in both traditional planning careers and in various related professional and specialist areas.

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Urban Studies BSc

This programme offers great flexibility for students curious to explore a broader range of studies relating to the built environment, in combination with other subjects with a different focus offered elsewhere in UCL and other University of London institutions. 

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