UCL (University College London)

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The University of London is a public institution that was established in 1826. It has around 22,000 students in the university. This University is based primarily in London. The University is a federal mega university made up of 31 affiliates. Through its Colleges and Institutes, the University of London offers over 3700 courses each year covering almost every subject found in any university curriculum. A few of the subjects that are covered include Divinity, Medicine, Law, Veterinary Medicine, Dental Surgery, Engineering, Science, Music, Arts, Business Administration, Education, Commerce and Humanities.

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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

6.3% International students from USA

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020
Source: THE

15

OVERALL SCORE

87.1%

TEACHING

77.8%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

96.2%

INDUSTRY INCOME

42.7%

RESEARCH

88.7%

CITATIONS

96.1%
QS World University Rankings 2020
Source: QS

8

Academic Ranking of World Universities 2019
Source: ARWU

15

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

£9,150

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

£7,156

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

£23,070

POSTGRADUATE

£23,470

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98% of reviewers recommend UCL (University College London)

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Anonymous, Greece 4

UCL

I feel that my course has taught me great techniques. The tutors at UCL are the best, they really were amazing and provided me with high quality knowledge, grounded in research. There are many benefits to studying at UCL, easy access and great facilities. However, I feel that there are several aspects t read full review

I feel that my course has taught me great techniques. The tutors at UCL are the best, they really were amazing and provided me with high quality knowledge, grounded in research. There are many benefits to studying at UCL, easy access and great facilities. However, I feel that there are several aspects that are very disorganised; sometimes classes are too small and there was a lack of seats, there were delays in receiving grades and technical issues with assignments. While considering these issues I would still highly recommend UCL. show less

Anonymous, Nigeria 2

If you're rich, come here!

The courses started up easy but got really hard in the process. I would have preferred it if they began hard altogether so that we get the pace and know what to expect from the studying requirements. The administration isn't organized. The staff is not helpful and don't give any solutions or guidelines  read full review

The courses started up easy but got really hard in the process. I would have preferred it if they began hard altogether so that we get the pace and know what to expect from the studying requirements. The administration isn't organized. The staff is not helpful and don't give any solutions or guidelines for any problem you might have, you have to search for a solution yourself and it's not always the case that you find it. Many people have trouble with the registration and the online system. The teachers are generally 50/50: either they are very good and helpful or totally indifferent. Living in the campus is pretty good apart from the fact of everything closing very early. A very big disadvantage is that there is not always enough space in the classroom for all students and many have to stand up. Also, both the residence and the tuition are very expensive! show less