The UCL Institute of Education specialises in postgraduate study and research in the area of education. They are a well-recognised education school of the University College London. UCL Institute of Education is considered one of the 11 constituent faculties in the University of London. They were established in 1826 and are situated in the centre of London.
They have a student population of approximately 42,000, that come from 150 different countries. They were ranked first in the world for education in the 2017 QS World University Rankings. Their main campus is in Bloomsbury and it has excellent facilities including the Newsam Library which is considered the largest in its field in Europe, containing 300,000+ resources. Some of their notable faculties include Mathematical & Physical Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Brain Sciences, Laws, and Social & Historical Sciences.
Types of Postgraduate Programs They Run
The UCL Institute of Education specialises in postgraduate study. Some of the areas their courses cover include education, media, child development, social research, philosophy, music, mathematics, engineering, leadership, art, and more. The accreditations their postgraduate degree courses offer include Master of Art (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert), Master of Research (MRes), and more. Some of their programs allow for online and part-time learning also.
Undergraduate applicants should make their applications via the UCAS. To apply, simply visit the UCAS website and begin your application. Be sure to include the correct institution and course codes when making your application. Once you have filled out the entire application, you can submit it. The admissions team will then review it and contact you to let you know their decision. You can also track your application’s progress on the UCAS website. International students applying for undergraduate courses can apply this way also.
Postgraduate applicants can apply for courses at the UCL Institute of Education directly on the website. To do this simply visit the course page of your chosen course and press the apply button. Then, fill out the application and submit it. Be sure to check you meet all the entry requirements of the course before applying. After you have submitted your application, the university will contact you to let you know whether they would like to offer you a place. International students looking to study postgraduate programs can apply in the same way as well as part-time applicants.
UCL provides a plethora of student accommodation options in London. This includes around 7000 beds across 26 different halls. Rooms types vary as do rent prices. All of the properties are a short walk or bus ride from the campus. They are all close to necessary amenities, shops, and nightlife. Some of the properties are self-catered while others are catered. Some of the facilities your accommodation may have include a reception area, printing facilities, a music room, a computer room, a library, study spaces, lifts, disability access, bike storage, vending machines, parking, outside space, and more. You will definitely have Wi-Fi, a shared common room, and laundrette services on-site. Your bedroom will have a bed, wardrobe, shelving, desk, chair, noticeboard, bin, and bedside locker. You will likely have to share a shower and bathroom facility and an equipped kitchen. Students staying in the UCL accommodation can expect 24/7 security and support also. To book accommodation here, visit the UCL Institute of Education’s website.
Scholarships and Financial Support
The UCL Institute of Education has a number of scholarships and bursaries to assist students in paying their tuition fees. Some of the bursaries include the Care Leaver Bursary, the UCL Undergraduate Bursary, and the Estranged Student Bursary. The scholarships change regularly so if you want the most up-to-date scholarships, visit the UCL Institute of Education website. Here you will also see details on how to apply and the entry criteria.
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