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A lot to bring to the table

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China’s rapidly expanding cities are generating immense opportunities for Europe’s masters of planning, architecture and engineering, and attracting the interest of investors and academics. “We hear all the time how keen China is to have world-class experience in architecture and urban planning, and we can certainly help,” said David Cobb (UCL Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment). Read: China Daily

Where did the colonial empires go to trade?

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A stunning new infographic from Dr James Cheshire (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) reveals the trade patterns of the great naval empires. Read: New Statesman

People on the move need to be housed

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Michael Edwards (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) asks: Isn’t it time that the EU grasped the nettle of the housing consequences of the free movement of people – since member states and city governments, not just in London, refuse to do so? Read: FT

UCL top for six subjects in Guardian university league tables

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UCL is ranked fifth in the Guardian university league table and came top for fine art, english, law, archaeology, civil engineering and architecture. The Bartlett School of Architecture tops the table for architecture for the third year in a row. Read: Guardian More: Guardian University League Table Huffington Post BD Law Careers

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