What is UCL Portico?
Portico is the main UCL student information system which is used by all students for: Updating personal data such as addresses or contact numbers. Completing online module registration. Viewing information about programmes/modules. Viewing examination timetables and results.
Is Portico down UCL?
Please be advised that Portico is currently unavailable while the annual upgrade of the service is undertaken.
What is my Portico username?
Your username is the email address you used to complete your online application. If you have forgotten your password go to the Online Application Service change password facility.
How long does it take to hear from UCL?
An email will be sent to you telling you how to log on to the UCL Applicants Portal after you have submitted your form. We will aim to send you a decision within 8 weeks, however at certain points in the year the decision may take longer due to the high volume of applications we receive.
When was UCL Portico built?
Work on the Portico was begun in 1826, but was not completed until 1829, by which time academic sessions were already underway in UCL.
What does UCL stand for?
About UCL – UCL – University College London.
How can I contact King?
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When was UCL main quad built?
Plaque: UCL quad – creation This quadrangle of University College London, of which the first stone was laid on 30 April 1827 by HRH the Duke of Sussex was declared to be complete on 13 November 1985 by HM Queen Elizabeth II.
How big is UCL?
UCL brings together a diverse and unique community of committed, engaged and intellectually curious students. UCL has nearly 43,900 students, of whom 19,994 are undergraduates and 23,842 are postgraduates. About 53% come from countries outside the UK (2019/20 figures).
Is it easy to make friends at UCL?
I’d say it’s pretty easy to make friends as the ethos and atmosphere seemed really nice. Plus, everyone will be in the same position as you. They’ll also be new and looking to make friends.