The UCL CCS (Cultural Consultation Service)
aims to enhance learning and teaching outcomes
for students and staff facing cross-cultural and
University College London (UCL), the first UK university to open its doors to applicants regardless of race, class, political belief or religion, prides itself on being a global university
Useful Readings and
1) Viviene E. Cree (2011): ‘I'd Like to
Call You My Mother.’ Reflections on Supervising International PhD Students in
Social Work, Social Work Education. 1-14.
2) Soorcoormanee, P (2011): Celebrating
diversity: only half of the story. Economic and Social Research Council Seminar
Series, Global Citizenship as a graduate attribute.
3) Msebele, N and Brown,:H (2011):
Racism in the consulting room: myth or reality. Psychoanalytic Review, (98), 4,
4) Long, S (2008): Le Dossier: How to
Survive the English! John Murray. London.
Confidentiality and Governance
The UCL Cultural Consultation Service is not a clinical service and does not provide medical treatment. However, where appropriate, we can help direct those whom we think will benefit from a more formal health consultation.
All enquiries to this service, and advice provided, are strictly confidential. More
Whilst maintaining confidentiality, our own work is overseen and audited through the office of the Vice-Provost (International) and the Dean of Students (Welfare). More