University College London World Ranking - US News
Established in 1826, the University College London (UCL) is a public research university in London, England. It is a constituent college of the federal University of London. It is the largest university in the United Kingdom by post graduate enrolments and third largest university by total enrollment. The university is associated with 29 Nobel Prize winners and 3 Fields medalists.
University College London Acceptance Rate
University College London has an acceptance of just 7%, Latest report from UCAS states UCL had 42,540 applications with an offer rate of 63%. Of these, 5,490 enrolled at the university. This gives a applicant/enrolled ratio of 7%. UCL SAT admission requirement is 1490 with minimum 6.5 in IELTS or 100 in TOEFL.
University College London Programs and Courses
UCL is home to centers of teaching excellence in subjects from Medicine to languages, Law to Engineering, and History to Astrophysics. The university comprises of 11 faculties: Faculty of Arts and Humanities; Faculty of Built Environment (the Barlett); Faculty of Brian Sciences; Faculty of Engineering Sciences; Institute of Education; Faculty of Laws; Faculty of Life Sciences; Faculty of Historical & Social Sciences; Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences; Faculty of Medical Sciences and Faculty of Population Health Sciences.
University College London USP
UCL students hail from around 150 countries and tuition costs are higher for students from outside the U.K. and European Union. The UCL academic calendar has three terms, and the language of instruction is English. The total student population at UCL is more than 38,000 students. It also runs intensive one-year foundation courses that lead to a variety of degree programmes at UCL and other top UK universities.
The university is a member of numerous academic organizations, including the Russell Group, and is part of UCL Partners (the world's largest academic health science centre) and the 'golden triangle' of research-intensive English universities. It has made cross-disciplinary research a priority and its research revolves around four "Grand Challenges": Global Health, Sustainable Cities, Intercultural Interaction and Human Wellbeing.