Astronomy is one of the most interesting and exciting subjects to study,
and explaining the beauty of the night sky is deeply rewarding.
Being based on a firm mathematical and physics foundation, it prepares a
student for many careers both inside and outside of the field.
UCL gives students an advantage by offering an integrated astronomy and
astrophysics programme, rather than merely extending a basic physics
degree with a few astronomy modules.
Topics such as spectroscopy, thermodynamics and quantum theory are taught in an
astronomical context. One of the key areas that makes UCL stand out is that
in-depth practical work takes place at a telescope at ULO, breeding a
familiarity with instrumentation and methods.
To get you started with undergraduate courses, check out the following links:
We invite you to spend a little time browsing the rest of the site to find out
what makes our observatory unique. Through the menu to the left you can
discover lots about our research, outreach and latest news,
in addition to our telescopes and classes.
University of London Observatory - 553 Watford Way - Mill Hill - London - NW7 2QS
University College London - Gower Street - London - WC1E 6BT