Subject requirements

British Sytem

  • A-Level:

A level - A*AA

International Baccalaureate

  • Point: 39 points, with 776 at Higher Level
  • Subjects: A total of 19 points in three higher level subjects to include grade 6 in one subject, but preferably two, from Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology, with no higher level score below 5. If Mathematics is offered at higher level, the programme will accept either 'Analysis and Approaches' or 'Applications and Interpretation.
  • Contextual Offer: You need a cumulative total of 15 points across three higher level subjects, with at least a grade 6 in one subject, and it's preferable to have grade 6 in two subjects from the following options: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, or Psychology. Additionally, none of your higher level scores should fall below 5. If you choose Mathematics at the higher level, the program accepts both 'Analysis and Approaches' and 'Applications and Interpretation' options.

Equivalent qualifications for Thailand

To be eligible for admission, you must have completed one year of a Bachelor's Degree at a Thai university acknowledged by UCL. Your academic performance should reflect a CGPA of 3.3/4 if your university falls under Group A, and 3.5/4 for other institutions. The coursework you've undertaken should align with the subjects required for your desired UCL program. 

University College London - Psychology
Source: Psychology - UCL