The UCL School of Management Affiliate programmes attract students from all over the world, coming from top institutions with backgrounds in business, management, economics, statistics, and engineering amongst others. The School is split over two sites in London with undergraduate teaching taking place at the main UCL campus in Bloomsbury and postgraduate teaching taking place at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf.
We also accept affiliate students from departments across UCL who are interested in taking one or two modules with us.
Undergraduate affiliate students are typically in their third/junior year of study and are treated as third year students at UCL. In the past students have returned to take up places on MSc programmes offered by the UCL School of Management.
Affiliate students joining UCL School of Management should be interested in the following:
- Learning about basic management functions and their practical application
- Developing interpersonal and communication skills
- Improving critical and analytical thinking
- Practising presentation skills
- Engaging in teamwork
- Contributing to case study work and class discussions
International Summer School for Undergraduates
As part of UCL’s study abroad offering, International Summer School for Undergraduates (ISSU) runs in July and August and is divided into two blocks, each spanning three weeks. You can choose to attend for either block, or both, selecting one module per block.
UCL School of Management offers two modules as part of ISSU:
Undergraduate Affiliate Courses
Level 1 Courses
Level 2 Courses
Level 3 Courses
T1 = term 1
T2 = term 2
Students should remember to submit the selections on Portico as early as possible to guarantee a place.
Postgraduate Affiliate Students
Term 1 or 2
How to apply
Applicants should complete a UCL application form and submit it to UCL Registry.
View the full details on the study abroad procedure
For graduate affiliate applications please view the full details here
To register for individual modules you should make your selections on Portico as early as possible.
When to apply
UCL School of Management only accepts affiliate students who are at UCL for the full academic year from September to June or from January to June. It is essential that all students are here for the examinations in April/May.
We do not accept students on our affiliate programmes or individual modules who are only at UCL from September to December.
|September admission||Deadline for submitting applications is 31 March|
|January admission||Deadline for submitting applications is 30 September|
International affiliate students are invited to attend the UCL International Orientation Programme (ISOP). This normally takes place at the end of the week prior to induction week and includes a timed slot with host departments. January starters are invited to visit their parent department the week before teaching starts.
To register for individual modules students are advised to submit selections as early as possible once they have completed enrolment at UCL so as to guarantee a space on the module.
Module selections usually open to students in the middle of August and students must submit their choices by the end of the second week of the first term.
|22nd August 2016||Module selection opens to returning students on Portico.|
|TBA||Deadline for student module registrations.|
|TBA||Deadline for staff approval of students’ module selections.|
Term Dates 2016/17
|First Term||Monday 26 September 2016 - Friday 16 December 2016|
|Second Term||Monday 09 January 2017 - Wednesday 24 March 2017|
|Third Term||Monday 24 April 2017 - Friday 09 June 2017|
(i) Term 1 Teaching starts on Monday September 26th 2016.
(ii) Terms 1 and 2 consist of 10 teaching weeks with reading weeks halfway through the term. Reading Weeks in 2015/16 are weeks commencing Monday 7th November 2016, and Monday 13th February 2017.
(iii) Term 3 is usually dedicated to revision sessions and examinations.
Why choose us
The UCL School of Management offers a research and education programme with a focus on technology management, innovation, creation/growth of technology-intensive organisations, operations research, and entrepreneurship. It also offers courses on other management and business topics.
UCL’s location in the heart of London provides easy access to the financial institutions and other businesses of the City. Many of our students go on to take up positions in globally known firms, which have their base in London. Our central location also allows you to attend lectures provided by guest speakers from diverse industries and professions.
Studying with us will give you a unique experience in one of the world’s business capitals. Courses provided by award-winning lecturers and an exposure to an international educational environment provide the knowledge and tools you need to excel in and lead the industries of the future.
Students benefit from:
- Studying alongside students from different cultures and disciplines
- An extensive portfolio of available courses in a wide range of management disciplines
- Courses delivered by UCL School of Management faculty who are experienced practitioners in their fields
- A variety of teaching methods and styles
- A range of assessment methods including written work, team work, online assessment and presentations
- Training in transferable skills such as critical analysis and thinking, problem-solving, practical application of management theories
- A series of weekly guest entrepreneurship lectures and visiting employer presentations
If you are registered as an affiliate student in the UCL School of Management for the spring/summer terms, you should take a minimum of 1 course units with us (2 modules).
Students registered in other departments may take up to half their required course units with UCL School of Management pending available places.
Each 15 UCL credit postgraduate module is worth 7.5 ECTS.
The total workload for a full-time student for one year is 4 UCL credits, with at least 50% taken in the parent department. For an undergraduate student, 4.0 UCL credits = 60 ECTS.
The total workload for a full-time student for one year is 4 UCL credits, with at least 50% taken in the parent department. For an undergraduate student, 4.0 UCL credits = 32 U.S. credits.
40-49 = grade D
50-59 = grade C
60-69 = grade B
70+ = grade A
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