Applying to Level 3 (6th form)
Applying to Level 3 at The UCL Academy
For the application form for Level 3 (6th form) entry for 2019 entry please click here . The closing date for applications for 2019 is 31 January 2019. Your application must also be supported by a Predicted Grade Form completed by your Head of Year. You can find the 2019/20 form here. Once completed, please ask your school to email it directly to firstname.lastname@example.org, ensuring that they include ‘Level 3 Application Predicted Grade Form’ in the subject field.
We aim to acknowledge applicants within two weeks of receipt. Conditional offers are made after the application deadline.
To read The UCL Academy’s Level 3 Admissions Policy for 2019/20 click here
For The UCL Academy Level 3 (6th form) Prospectus click here
We are hosting two open evenings at The UCL Academy to enable students to find out more about life and study in our Level 3.
Tuesday 5th November (5pm-7pm)
Wednesday 20th November (5pm-7pm)
We also offer regular tours of the Academy for anyone interested in studying A-levels with us. Please email email@example.com to make an appointment.
"The connection with UCL is a real benefit. We receive lectures from academics who are experts in their field, mentoring from university students, and we learn in spaces that are similar to those in the university environment."
"The drive of our students is fuelled by our teachers’ support and compassion. They always push us to try our hardest, and be the best that we can be, such as encouraging us to go for the best universities, and that enables us to be really successful."
"We started with a vision for how a diverse inner London school could, with the support of one of the world’s leading universities, inspire our students, and today 60% of A level students go on to Russell Group universities."
"Around 60% of 6th form students now move on to Russell Group universities and our first GCSE results in were well above national average."
"The benefits our students enjoy from our sponsor start on their very first day at school, which they spend at University College London hearing from inspirational and world-leading academics."