University College London (UCL) was established in 1826 as London University and was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion, and to welcome women to university education. It was also the 1st university in England to teach English, German, Chemistry, Engineering. It is a world-leader in research, and one of the world’s very best universities, consistently placed in the global top 20 in a wide range of world rankings.Show more
Absolutely love it! Easy pace to navigate, safe campus, lovely students and staff. Endless opportunities available here and easy to access world class facilities and teaching. I have loved my time here, it has really flown by. Can’t wait to continue my journey here and make many more memories.View more
Overall, my experience at UCL has been great. The modules and subjects that have been designed for this program have been very useful. They have helped give a good overview of the subjects that need to be understood with an in-depth breakdown of the concepts. These concepts can help us implement our strategies and ideas in multiple fields of work. These concepts have also given us a great foundation of designing sustainably.
Having a broad range of careers to choose from, this course opens the doors for various prospects within the industry.View more
Educational Leadership (pre service) was a newly delivered Programme from IOE designed for students who have little or none work related experience and want to enter the industry.
Yet lot of our modules are shared with in service students, and many assignments made assumptions that we have professional experiences.
Apart from that, it is a highly informative and reflective Programme that allows you to explore aspects most interesting to you regarding assignments and module selections.
PPE is in my experience a very challenging programme that encompasses aspects from all three disciplines of Philosophy Politics and Economics in as much measure and detail as you choose for yourself in the first year. You must specialise quite early during the programme compared to other universities, but along with it, it covers each subject matter in greater detail than you might expect. If choosing to go for the Q-step stream, ready yourself to spend a significant part of your week learning to code and working with statistics. If you enjoy politics and like approaching political questions from either a philosophical or economic point of view (but not both) I recommend PPE at UCL.View more
UCL, based in the centre of the internationally diverse city of London, engages a study methodology which embraces interdisciplinary reflections prompted by a great variety of scales and perspectives. The high-ranked faculty is decidedly supportive in helping the student to create a passionate atmosphere from which squeeze their maximum potential and interests. One of the elements that I was more surprised by and eventually enjoy the most is the level of debate and discussions in the classes, which forces the student to be more thoughtful and tolerant. Without a doubt, the opportunity to study at UCL has become a trampoline from which desirably explore my research passions.View more
Super International. I personally believe I got to learn tremendously from my peers and the professors at UCL. Even during the pandemic, the classes online were very engaging.
Everyone at UCL is very motivated and helpful
My program at UCL so far has been excellent. Despite having to learn online for first year and some of this second year, teachers have been incredible at adapting their lessons. I feel above all my friends at UCL, my department (SSEES) goes above and beyond to care for the welfare of their students. The program is excellently curated with so much choice of content which has meant I’ve studied everything from Russian language to learning about Judeo-Spanish, 70s Russian Cinema, Silver Age poetry and linguistics.View more
The programme is great for those aiming for careers in research and innovation sectors. However, I do feel that the staff are sometimes “unfocused” in terms of being slightly distant from the students/not taking the time to personally help us with things. Sometimes, I feel like our opinions are also ignored. However, the degree itself is very interesting and I feel that I learn a lot from it.View more
UCL offers a high quality, multidisciplinary research environment which is a very nourishing and encouraging experience for students. The academics are global leaders in higher education and they’re passionate about their field. My supervisors supported me immensely and I always felt privileged to be both a UCL alumna and a current student. The campus is located in the heart of Bloomsbury, which is great if you would like to explore the city by walking. There are many cafes, libraries and bookshops and plenty of study spaces in and around the campus. I would highly recommend studying at UCL both for its research excellence and for its inspiring student journey and career opportunities.View more
My master’s programme is only two semesters long. But the remaining six months are fully devoted to the dissertation programme. I often go to the UCL campus to write my dissertation because the student centre really has a more academic atmosphere than the dorm rooms.View more