University College London Key Information:-
Formally known: University College London (UCL)
•Also known as: London University (1836)
•Motto: Cuncti adsint meritaeque expectent praemia palmae (Let all come who by merit deserve the most reward)
•Address: Gower St, London WC1E 6BT, United Kingdom
•Type: Public Research University
•Available study options: Undergraduate/Graduate and Research programmes
• Chancellor: HRH The Princess Royal (University of London)
•Chairman: Sir Stephen Hall
•Affiliation:Association of Commonwealth Universities/European University Association/G5/Golden triangle/League of European Research Universities/Russell Group/SES-5/UCL Partners/University of London/Universities Research Association/Universities UK
University College of London Highlights:-
• Academic excellence and prowess in research are two standout features of University College London (UCL).
• UCL has the best academic to student ratio in the country 1:10 enabling small class sizes and outstanding individual support.
• UCL is among the top two universities in the UK for number of professors.
• This varsity attracts the third highest number of academic citations per faculty member in the UK showing the high esteem and relevance of the institution's research.
• The university has hundreds of research and teaching partnerships, including around 150 research links and 130 student-exchange partnerships with European universities
• Students from more than 150 countries study at UCL, with non-British students making up almost a third of the student body.
University College of London Faculty:-
UCL has the highest number of full professors of any university in the UK, with 648 established and personal chairs. There are currently 53 Fellows of the Royal Society, 51 Fellows of the British Academy, 15 Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering and 117 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences amongst UCL academic and research staff. There are currently approximately 3,000 PhD students working at UCL.
University College London Admissions
University College of London Admission:
Application for University College of London undergraduate admission
Applying to UCL through UCAS
Applications to UCL are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and our UCAS code is UCL U80. There is no campus code.
You are required to satisfy UCL's general entrance requirements listed below as well as the specific degree programme requirements outlined in programme descriptions.
CLICK HERE for undergraduate admission entry requirements
International Student Applications
Competition for places on UCL degree programmes is strong, and so students will be expected to have a qualification of a similar standard to a UK applicant.
The application procedure for international students is the same as that for UK/EU students.
Full details of how to apply are available from the Applying to UCL through UCAS page.
It is likely that the British Council office(s) in your country will have information about UCAS.
CLICK HERE for more information on international student applications
Application for University College of London Post Graduate Admission
UCL is keen to attract graduate students who will benefit from the university's enhanced research and development background.
Before applying, UCL encourages all applicants to research their options thoroughly. You need to consider what you hope to gain and learn from your studies at UCL. Applications for graduate study are made directly to UCL. Please take time to read the following application guidelines.
CLICK HERE for UCL Graduate Admission guidelines
University College of London Academic Year:
First Term: Monday 23 September 2013 - Friday 13 December 2013
Second Term:Monday 13 January 2014 - Friday 28 March 2014
Third Term: Monday 28 April 2014 - Friday 13 June 2014
University College of London Tuition Fee:
University College of London annual undergraduate tuition fee is $ 14,000/-.
University College London Infrastructure
University College of London Infrastructure:-
University College of London Infrastructure is a confluence of both english gothic and modern architecture. The university houses various faculties and departments of study. Distinctive features of the university infrastructure include its library and well sorted system of services. UCL is also known for its museum and vast collection of artifacts. The UCL Blomsberry Theatre is also a standout feature of University College London.
University College of London Student Life and Activities:
a) UCL Union: UCL Union is among the oldest students' union in England. The union operates both as the representative voice for UCL students, and as a provider of a wide range of services. It is democratically controlled through General Meetings and referendums, and is run by elected student officers.
b) Sports: UCL Union runs over 50 sports clubs, including UCL Boat Club (Men's and Women's clubs), UCL Cross Country and Athletics Club and UCL Rugby Club (Men's and Women's as well as Medical School clubs).
c) Student Housing: All first year undergraduate students and overseas first-year post graduate are provided university accomodation. The majority of second- and third-year undergraduate students and graduate students find their own accommodation in the private sector; graduate students may apply for accommodation but places are limited.
d) Student Campaigns: Student campaigns at UCL have included: UCLU Free Education Campaign (a campaign for the return of free and non-marketised higher education); the London Living wage Campaign (a campaign for a basic minimum wage for all UCL staff); Disarm UCL (a campaign which successfully persuaded UCL to not invest in defence companies); and Save UCL (this name has been used by two campaigns: one in 2006 which opposed a merger between UCL and Imperial College London in 2006, and a more recent one against education cuts).
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University College London Rankings
UCL is consistently ranked as one of the world';s leading universities.
ARWU (2013, national): Rank 03
ARWU (2013, world): Rank 21
QS (2013/14, national): Rank 02
QS (2013/14, world) : Rank 04
Times Higher Education (2013/14, national): Rank 04
Times Higher Education (2013/14, world): Rank 21
Times Higher Education Reputation (2014, national): Rank 05
Times Higher Education Reputation (2014, world): Rank 25
Complete (2015, national): Rank 09
The Guardian (2015, national): Rank 11
Times/Sunday Times (2014, national): Rank 09
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