Do you need a language to study at UCL?
Education Committee has now agreed to suspend the Modern Foreign Language (MFL) requirement for all students. This means for students enrolled in 2020/21 and before the MFL will no longer be a requirement for graduation, and will no longer be required for students admitted from 2021/22 onwards.
What languages can you study at UCL?
Some language courses including Arabic, Mandarin, Japanese, beginner’s French and beginner’s Spanish are taught in the Centre for Languages and International Education (CLIE) and may be subject to availability. Areas of cultural study offered include: history; film studies; linguistics; literary studies; translation.
How good is UCL for English?
Standard level: Overall score of 92 with 24/30 in reading and writing and 20/30 in speaking and listening. Good level: Overall score of 100 with 24/30 in reading and writing and 20/30 in speaking and listening. Advanced level: Overall score of 109 with 24/30 in reading and writing and 20/30 in speaking and listening.
Is UCL difficult to get into?
UCL’s acceptance rate is similar to that of Oxford University at around 15%. On the whole, courses are incredibly competitive and high grades go a long way in making your application stand out.
What is module Catalogue?
The Module Catalogue provides you with information about the modules running in a year of study. Search modules by title or code to view module details including assessment types, syllabus and learning outcomes.
What is Selcs?
School of European Languages and Culture Society (SELCS)
How hard is it to get into UCL?
How can I increase my chances of getting into UCL?
You need good GCSEs, in sciences, english and maths as standard (I’m talking A* grade). UCL expects you to have studied at least one additional language at GCSE, and similarly got a good grade (I did French, but choose whatever you like). > Get the right A levels.
Is there an interview for UCL?
Most shortlisted candidates are then invited to an online interview, where applicants talk to tutors for around twenty minutes and then write a short essay. We then make our final decisions based on a combination of all of the above criteria. In some cases, students receive offers without being interviewed.
What are university modules?
Programmes are made up of modules. Each module is a self-contained, formally-structured unit of study, with a coherent and explicit set of learning outcomes and assessment criteria. Each module has a credit value and typically undergraduate students study modules with a combined total of 120 credits per academic year.
What are module codes?
The letters of a module code indicate the department the module belongs to e.g. ESH prefix means this is a module from the English Department, DRA prefix means this is a module from the English Department. The level of the module indicates the academic level of the module.
Why do Koreans call it selca?
In Seoul, selfies are called “selcas”—a portmanteau of the English words self and camera. Countless times, I have sat in a coffee shop and watched a girl take selcas for a solid 30 minutes—completely oblivious to the fact that it was a public space and someone could be watching her (you know, like creepy ol’ me).
What is BTS selca day?
Selca Day is no less than a Twitter festival for ARMY members across the world. On this day, fans upload a photograph of themselves, alongside a picture of their favourite BTS member. While it may look like a selfie collage, the aim is to make your picture similar to the picture of the BTS member.