UCL Consultants is a leading provider of academic consultancy services. We draw on world-class expertise from over 6,500 academic and research staff at UCL to help solve the many challenges faced by society and business today.
In 2016, international league tables published by the Programme for International Assessment (Pisa), which are published every three years by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), ranked the UK in 27th place overall in the world in maths.
Introduction to UCL Consultants: This lunchtime lecture covers the basics of consultancy policies and processes at UCL. It is intended for anyone (academic, professional services, or research staff) who will be involved in delivering, supporting, or administering consultancy work at UCL. No registration is required. Date: June 16th June (12-1pm) G21 Ramsey LT Christopher Ingold Building.Contact: email@example.com
Consultancy Skills Workshop: This course combines a theoretical framework for consultancy with tips and advice derived from practice, with the aim of giving consultants a better understanding of the skills involved in effective consulting, including how to prepare and engage in a project, and dealing with clients and managing relationships. The course is a three-hour single session and it’s free of charge to anyone with an academic appointment at UCL. The course is limited to ten participants maximum and registration is required: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. Date: 22nd June (2-5pm)
Dr Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London), has been appointed to the board of a new Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) launched by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to help boost jobs and support economic growth in the capital.
UCL and the UK government launched today the UK-China Infrastructure Academy, a major new initiative to help train Chinese companies and officials on investment processes in the UK and to encourage greater Chinese investment in UK infrastructure projects.
As part of UCL's collaboration to establish Schools of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy at New Giza University (NGU), Eastman Director Professor Stephen Porter visited NGU School of Dentistry earlier this month.