Identifying Research Opportunities
UCL provides comprehensive guidance for prospective graduate students on the Information for Prospective Graduate Student pages of the UCL Graduate Prospectus. Prior to making an application you must first identify a supervisor. Please make sure you refer to the Guidance on how to contact potential supervisors. Once you have identified your potential supervisor and made contact with them, you will need to work with them to complete the
The checklist must be submitted to the Departmental Graduate Tutor for approval and at the same time you can submit your online application to UCL.
Graduate research opportunities exist across the breadth of the Institute. These opportunities can be explored, and potential supervisors identified, by accessing our academic research pages.
Stages to making an application
Prospective students should contact potential supervisors via the following UCL Profiles. You can directly discuss possible research projects and complete the internal project approval form with the chosen supervisor.
After a project is agreed and approved you can make a formal application through UCL - see link to UCL Graduate Prospectus.
Scholarships & Funding
For more information on the career destinations of our graduate students see our employability page.