UCL Summer School
An exciting opportunity in the heart of London!
As part of UCL's study abroad offering, the summer school runs in July and August and is divided into two sessions, each spanning three weeks. Choose to attend one session, or both, selecting one module per session.
With a wide range of modules on offer from many of our academic departments, you can choose the subject best suited to your academic or personal interests. Most modules are Level 1, introductory modules meaning you can choose to study a subject you have no prior knowledge of! There are also some Level 2 modules which do require some prior subject knowledge.
Modules are taught by UCL academics on the Bloomsbury campus in central London and include lectures, seminars, and group work as well as visits to areas of interest in and around the city.
Students should have completed one year of undergraduate studies at their home institution, with a GPA of 3.3 or equivalent. All courses are taught in English; non-native speakers will have to meet the English-language requirement found on the program website.
Outside of the classroom, we offer dedicated accommodation within walking distance of UCL and a varied programme of social events to help you make the most of your time in one of the world's most dynamic capital cities.
*UCL is currently ranked 7th in the world, 3rd in Europe and 1st in London (QS World Rankings 2018)
*UCL is home to students and staff from over 150 countries across all of its academic programmes, with international students forming 40% of the current undergraduate and postgraduate cohort.
*The UCL Summer School modules are as academically rigorous as classes taught during the academic year. Students will be taught by permanent UCL teaching staff, each experts in their field.
*Where possible, classes offered will use the city of London in their teaching. Students will spend time out of the classroom on field trips and with guest speakers.
*Summer students will be offered a range of social activities at low or no cost, as well as the opportunity to attend a number of keynote talks and lectures.