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Fields of Study: Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, Math

The program is divided into two three-week sessions with a short break between sessions. You will take one intensive course per session.

Unique Study Opportunities

  • Take classes with students from over 50 nations and 240 universities.
  • Access a wide range of course modules taught by leading experts in their field.


Language of Instruction: English

Language Study: None

Courses and Credit

Requirements While Abroad

  • To successfully complete this program:
  • Take a full-time course of study: Two courses for 12 quarter/8 semester UC units.
  • Take all courses for a letter grade.


  • Level 2 and Level 3 courses transfer as UC upper division courses. These courses are more advanced and require prior subject knowledge. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet module prerequisites. These courses may also require a higher GPA.
  • Courses not marked as Level 2 or Level 3 may transfer as UC lower or upper division. 

Catalogs and Resources

  • Summer Courses: Browse modules and syllabi. 
  • UCEAP Course Catalog: See a list of courses students have taken on this program. 
  • Campus Credit Abroad: Learn the types of credit (major, minor, general education, elective) students from your campus received at this location. There are currently no listings for this program in the database.

Academic Culture

All courses in the UCL summer program are taught by highly experienced experts in their respective fields, and there is a strong focus on active learning. Most classes are small by UC standards, so you’ll have more direct interaction with the teacher and students. You will be expected to fully participate in the learning process, both individually and collaboratively as a group. 

In addition to classroom teaching, learning will also take place on UCL's Virtual Learning Environment Moodle, where you will have access to teaching materials, reading lists, and discussion forums. 

Many course instructors make London the learning environment and include excursions and field trips.


You will earn direct UC credit and grades for all coursework. Grades are typically available in mid-September.

Tip: If you intend to put yourself on your campus degree list for graduation while on UCEAP, consult your campus advisors before departure about possible delays in the degree verification process.