Semester Study Abroad

University College London Bartlett

University College London was founded in 1826 and became the first university in England to admit female students on equal terms with men in 1878. The university has 36,000 students from 150 countries.

University College London Bartlett (The Bartlett) is one of the UK’s major multidisciplinary faculty of the built environment in fields ranging from architecture to project management.

Number of Spots for Yale-NUS Students per semester: 2 

Due to the enthusiastic interest in study abroad and the volume of inquiries that we receive, if you have any questions, please read the Semester Study Abroad FAQs carefully first. And if you have further questions unanswered in the FAQs, feel free to contact Wai Yee at waiyee.leong@yale-nus.edu.sg.

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Fields of Study

*New: Yale-NUS students must take two courses from The Bartlett and can take up to two courses from other UCL faculties, subject to vacancies and prerequisites.

Language of Instruction

English

Full Course Load (Required Number of Credits)

60 credits

Students are required to take the full course load at the host institution, which will be equivalent to 20 MCs upon successful completion of credit transfer procedures back at Yale-NUS College.

Academic Calendar

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*New: Yale-NUS students who go in our semester one or two will do 4 courses and transfer 20 MCs in either semester. This is unlike our policy of 14 MCs for one trimester because in UCL BASC, there is no formal teaching in their third term so a full year’s work load is quite evenly divided between the first and second term.

CAP Requirement

4 (please note that UCL requires a CAP of 4.0/5.0)

If you are interested in studying abroad at this institution and currently have a CAP below 4, please contact a member of the CIPE International Programmes team.

Have Questions?
Leong Wai Yee
Programme Manager, International Programmes

Contact with questions about study abroad programmes.