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University College London

University College, London is a publicly funded autonomous university in London, United Kingdom. The university was founded in 1836 by royal charter and this is the third oldest university. Around 180 countries, overall 38,313 students are studying, 850 professors and over 6,000 research and academic staff. UCL consist of 11 divisions: Arts and Humanities, Brain Sciences, Engineering, Laws, Life Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, the Institute of Education, Medical Sciences, Population Health Sciences, and Social and Historical Sciences, Built Environment. University College London has been home for scientific discoveries, with 29 Nobel Prize awarded to students or staff.

University College London:

University College London Address:

University College London,

Gower Street,

London WC1E 6BT,

Telephone: +44 (0)20 3370 1214.

 UCL Website:

University College London Schools:

1. Medical School:

It is one of the best medical schools and was given 4th rank in the UK on 2016 by University Guide, 10thrank in the world 2016 by the QS World University Rankings, 3rd rank on 2016 by the Guardian University Guide. It provides the Undergraduate, Postgraduate medical education. UCL Medical School Has Three Campuses:

  • The Bloomsbury campus

  • The Royal Free campus

  • The Whittington campus

2. School Of Management:

University College School Management is a business school of UCL. It provides undergraduate, postgraduate, executive and PhD programmes in management with a focus on entrepreneurship, technology, analytics and innovation. University College London was placed at 13th rank in the world in 2014 Global Employability Survey.

3. Slade School:

Slade school of Fine art is art and design school of UCL; this is top art and design school in UK. This school categorizes the department of UCL’s Arts and Humanities.

4. School Of Life And Medical Sciences:

Four UCL faculties Life Sciences, Brain Sciences and Population Health and Medical Sciences undertake one of the largest and most prestigious aggregations of academics in life, biomedical and population health sciences.

6. School of Slavonic And East European Studies (SSEES):

The UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) is the world’s leading institution for research and teaching on Baltics, Russia, Eastern and South-East Europe and Central. It works to provide interrelated programmes such as Languages and Culture, History, Politics and Sociology, Economics and Business

Courses at University College London:

  • Anthropology           

  • Applied Medical Sciences

  • Archaeology 

  • Architectural Studies           

  • Architecture  

  • Arts and Sciences

  • Biochemical Engineering and Bioprocessing        

  • Biochemistry and Biotechnology   

  • Biological Sciences   

  • Biomedical Sciences

  • Cancer           

  • Chemical Engineering          

  • Chemistry      

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering        

  • Classical World         

  • Computer Science

  • Earth Sciences          

  • Economics     

  • Economics and Business     

  • Education      

  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering        

  • English           

  • European Languages, Culture and Society           

  • European Social and Political Studies

  • Fine Arts

  • Geography

  • Hebrew and Jewish Studies

  • History          

  • History of Art           

  • History, Politics and Economics

  • Human Sciences

  • Information Management for Business

  • Law

  • Linguistics

  • Management

  • Mathematics

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

  • Medicine

  • Natural Sciences

  • Neuroscience

  • Nutrition

  • Pharmacology

  • Pharmacy

  • Philosophy

  • Physics and Astrophysics

  • Political Science

  • Politics

  • Population Health

  • Project Management for Construction

  • Psychology

  • Psychology (Education)

  • Psychology and Language Sciences

  • Russian and East European Languages and Culture

  • Science and Technology Studies

  • Security and Crime Science

  • Social Sciences

  • Statistical Science

  • Surgery and Interventional Science

  • The Americas

  • Urban Planning, Design and Real Estate

University College London For Best University Ranking:

According to the QS World University Rankings 2015-16, University College London is ranked 7th in the world.

How To Apply For University College London:

Applications for UCL undergraduate degree programmes are made through UCAS (The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). The application process is similar to that for UK/EU students but all international students are advised to read the information and guidelines provided for international applicants.

Full details of how to complete your application through UCAS are provided on the UCAS website. Application for Graduate programmes, online application is not acceptable; you can download paper application and then fill your details and send to the address stated on the form when complete. For more information you can also see at

University College London

Tuition Fees:

Tuition fees for UK and EU students in the academic year 2017-18 are set at £9,250. Tuition fees for overseas students in the year 2017 are listed below

  • £21,360 for most Statistics programmes

  • £16,340 for most Education programmes

  • £17,190 for most Linguistics programmes

  • £18,300 for Laws

  • £24,140 for Fine Art

  • £18,580 for most Economics programmes

  • £19,230 for Arts and Sciences (BASc) programmes

  • £20,820 for most Mathematics programmes

  • £21,960 for most Science programmes

  • £17,710 for most Arts, Humanities and Social Science-based programmes

  • £22,850 for most Architecture programmes

  • £23,710 for most Archaeology, Engineering and Astrophysics programmes

  • £32,670 for Medicine

Notable Alumni:

University College London alumni includes

  1. Alexander Graham Bell (inventor of the telephone)

  2. Mahatma Gandhi (leader of the Indian independence movement)

  3. Jomo Kenyatta ("Father of the Nation" of Kenya)

  4. Francis Crick (co-discoverer of the structure of DNA)

  5. Sir William Ramsay (discoverer of all of the naturally occurring noble gases).

  6. Rabindranath Tagore (first Indian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, Author of Gitanjali)

  7. Edward Teller (Father of the Hydrogen Bomb)

  8. Ken Adam (designer famous for set designs for the James Bond films)

  9. David Gower (former captain of the England cricket team)

  10. John Ambrose Fleming (inventor of the vacuum tube)

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