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UCL sits at the heart of one of the world’s most dynamic cities, meaning students are perfectly placed to take advantage of everything London has to offer. The institution was the first in England to welcome women to university education, and the first in England to welcome students of any religion or social background. UCL is often described as London’s leading multi-disciplinary university with 8,000 staff and 25,000 students enjoying it’s modern, outward-looking commitment to engage with the major issues of our times.
UCL was founded in 1826 to bring higher education to those who were typically excluded from it. In 1878, it became the first university in England to admit women on equal terms as men.
UCL has 11 faculties: Arts & Humanities, Built Environment, Brain Sciences, Engineering, Education, Laws, Life Sciences, Math / Physical Sciences, Medical Sciences, Health Sciences and Social Sciences
What is UCL's QS World University Ranking?
What is the percentage of international students at UCL?
What is the median starting salary of UCL graduates?
What percentage of UCL students are male and what percentage are female?
58% female and 42% male
How hard is it to get into UCL?
UCL is one of the most competitive universities in the UK — with the overall admission rate of 16% similar to that of Oxford and Cambridge. More competitive courses have admission rates below 10%.
Oxford, UK A-Level requirements: A*A*A-AAA IB score: 38 and above
Cambridge, UK A-Level requirements: A*A*A-AAA IB score: 40 and above
London, UK A- Level requirements: A*A*A-AAA IB score: 38 and above