Meet University College London - the 8th best university in the world (QS World University Rankings 2022) - this October with SI-UK India and enquire about studying a postgraduate programme there.
There will be a presentation by UCL followed by dedicated one-to-one appointments for registered SI-UK India students.
Register now to book your place online for the UCL Open Day on Friday, 21st October.
Postgraduate programmes at UCL are designed to equip you with the skills demanded by today’s employers, informed by a commitment to research excellence. As one of the top-ranked universities in the world, University College London provides a dynamic and challenging environment for you to grow.
Variety of courses
There are over 500 taught postgraduate courses (MA, MSc, MRes) to choose from at UCL, as well as nearly 150 research programmes (MPhil, PhD, Doctorate).
Industry partnerships and employability
Long-established partnerships with industry, Government and the professions contribute to UCL graduates’ outstanding employability prospects. Of those in work or study after graduation from UCL, 95% were in graduate-level employment or higher study with a median salary of £28,000 (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey of 2016/17).
Life in London
When you study at UCL you will become part of London, one of the most exciting cities in the world for the arts, entertainment, culture and sport. University College London is one the capital’s most central universities and studying here will bring many advantages for your time at the University, and your future career.
SI-UK is the sole agency officially appointed by University College London to globally support postgraduate applications. Begin your journey by registering for free entry to our UCL Open Day today.
I sincerely thank SI-UK for getting me accepted to UCL. The MSc in Urban Development and Planning is extremely competitive, but the right guidance provided by SI-UK made my dream of studying at University College London a reality. The services were exceptional from beginning to end.
Rashmi Lakshanya Urban Development and Planning at University College London