UCL (University College London)

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THE World Ranking: 16

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Established in 1826, the University College London has around 22,000 students, pursuing their education. It is one of the major interdisciplinary Universities in the world, which attracts students from around 140 countries. Unviversity College emphasises on recruiting the finest students, hence, developing luminaries across several fields. It is also the first University to open doors for people from all religions and social backgrounds to take up English higher education.
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Hotcourses Diversity Index (What is this?)

DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: HESA

163 International student nationalities at this university

FEEL AT HOME INDEX
Source: HESA

2.42% International students from India

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021
Source: THE

16

OVERALL SCORE

86.9%

TEACHING

76.6%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

96.5%

INDUSTRY INCOME

42.1%

RESEARCH

89.4%

CITATIONS

96.2%
QS World University Rankings 2022
Source: QS

8

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021
Source: ARWU

17

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

15,32,190

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

7,22,123

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

25,36,831

POSTGRADUATE

26,65,994

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 My course on prenatal genetics and fetal medicine at UCL has been absolutely great. My advise to students would be to learn to work on your own, of course the first thing you learn when you come abroad is to be independent! Dont expect to be spoon-fed! 

My course on prenatal genetics and fetal medicine at UCL has been absolutely great. My advise to students would be to learn to work on your own, of course the first thing you learn when you come abroad is to be independent! Dont expect to be spoon-fed!