All in all I have had a pretty amazing experience so far, though I do believe the University is managed poorly in some ways. The university campus looks beautiful and there is plenty of study space in the libraries (except for exam time but imo it's as good as it can get right now). My main complaint would be that, something you wont notice while coming as a visitor, many things just feel cheap. For example, the science Library bathrooms. The science library is the second largest library of UCL, and it has a grand total of 3 male toilets. Mind you, this is a library which is supposed to harbour up to 500 people. As a result of this the toilets obviously are dirty at all time and can never be properly cleaned, thus they smell. Another result that due to their high usage they're prone to breaking, thus it's not uncommon to have one of the three toilets broken, while the other two are being cleaned (the cleaning also isn't a quick process obviously, therefore have been times where as a male you would need to leave the building in a range of up to two hours if you wanted to take a leek, which in my opinion is just plain ridiculous for a University which likes to claim to be one of the best in the world.) Apart from that I believe it's really important what course you're doing at my University, and though I've loved my course (natural sciences) so far, I have to admit is managed extremely poorly. It's a interdepartmental degree and the departments simply do no communicate. Some of my fellow students have had times where they had 6 exams as well as some assignments all in a single week which even for the most ordered and least procrastination keen person impossible to balance. I am highlighting the bad parts though, all in all I truly have had an amazing time at UCL and I'm more than happy to continue my studies there next year. To obtain that last star of mine however UCL does still need to address some issues.