There is a range of accommodation options for graduate students at UCL, including halls of residences, which include breakfast and dinner during the week and lunch at weekends. There are also student houses, which offer shared kitchen facilities for self-catering.
Most residences include:
Fees include gas and electricity bills, insurance, and social events. Fee amounts depend on the chosen accommodation. Students need to budget for living and learning costs, which can be around £316 per week for UCL halls or £254 per week in privately rented accommodation.
A whole host of facilities are provided to support students during their time at UCL, whether academically, culturally, socially, or practically.
There are 16 specialist libraries, with over two million books, 12,000 journal subscriptions, archives, rare materials, significant manuscripts and many other resources. The university also runs a variety of globally important museum collections, which hold special artworks, objects, specimens and images.
UCL is investing £1.25 billion over 10 years to create sustainable spaces for the future of their students’ education. The award-winning sustainable campus is powered by 100 % renewable electricity and produces no landfill waste. By 2024, all buildings will be net-zero and free from single use plastics, with 10,000m2 of additional biodiverse green space.
The Student Centre houses over 1,000 individual, group and open plan study spaces, with easy access to help and support at the dedicated Student Enquiries Centre.
In a world that’s changing, you can change the world. Study on a UCL medical sciences postgraduate programme – from medicine to dentistry, surgery to biomedical science – and you’ll be ready to make your mark. UCL Medical Sciences is home to innovators, disruptors and brave thinkers. We’re looking for students who won’t accept the status quo, who want to change the world. UCL Medical Sciences: