Join StudentCrowd, Like us on Facebook
|Bernard Johnson House||#2|
|Liberty House Sebastian Street||#4|
|Ann Stephenson and Neil Sharp Houses||#5|
|St Pancras Way||#6|
|New Hall (Caledonian Road)||#7|
|John Tovell House||#9|
|James Lighthill House||#10|
Applying to University College London
- Entry Requirements:
>=240 UCAS Points
Average range for University College London entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
University College London Reputation
University College London (UCL) is located in West London, Bloomsbury. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 37,905 students are enrolled at UCL:
- 22,170 of these students come from the UK
- 4,485 come from other EU countries
- And 11,250 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2016/17)
The graduate outcomes for UCL show that six months after leaving university, 95% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving UCL, is £26,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
CoursesAfrican & Middle Eastern studiesAmerican & Australasian studiesAnatomy, physiology & pathologyAnthropologyArchaeologyArchitectureAural & oral sciencesBiologyBuildingBusiness studiesChemical, process & energy engineeringChemistryCinematics & photographyCivil engineeringClassicsComputer scienceEconomicsElectronic & electrical engineeringEnglish studiesEuropean languages & studiesFinanceFine artForensic & archaeological scienceFrench studiesGeneticsGeologyGerman & Scandinavian studiesHistoryHuman & social geographyIberian studiesInformation managementItalian studiesLawLinguisticsLinguistics & classicsManagementMathematics & statisticsMechanical, production & manufacturing engineeringMedicineMolecular biology, biophysics & biochemistryPharmacy, toxicology & pharmacologyPhilosophyPhysical geography & environmental sciencePhysical sciencesPhysics & astronomyPlanning (urban, rural & regional)PoliticsPsychologyTechnologyZoology
Ask a new question about University College London
We'll contact you via email to let you know when your question receives replies.
Read University College London Reviews
I am an international student doing a bachelor's at UCL Chemical Engineering, DO NOT WASTE YOUR PARENTS' HARD EARNED MONEY ON THIS UNIVERSITY. With the school fees hiking up to GBP26,000 per annum, I do not know what my parents are paying for: (1) The quality of teaching is terrible; lecturers are teaching fellows who are simply not interested to be here and much less teaching. (2) Lessons are only run from end September to end March, with winter break and summer break, exam study break taking up at least 5 months of a year. This means I pay GBP26,000 for 7 months of poor quality teaching. (3) Lecturers went on strike this year, so another three thousand pounds paid for nothing. (4) The majority of the QUESTIONS in my engineering exam paper is actually wrong. Yes, the questions were wrong. [link removed] It's hard to get any worse really.
Great uni in many aspects. The union is useless, both from my experience as a student hearing their political aspirations which reflection a tiny proportion of the student population, and my experience as a society president (for 2 years), in which they gave hardly any aid or at least useful advice, to the extent of outright ignoring certain important requests like room bookings (before it was made automated), mostly because we weren't a sports society.
UCL is not exactly reknowned for good student welfare...I think many people know that. UCL administration is pretty poor and there were changes to my course (compulsory as well as optional modules available) after the course had started. But at the end of the day it has a good rep and people will still go even if they hear about bad admin and student welfare...