- Where can I find information for new students?
- Where can I find information on policies and procedures?
All students should familiarise themselves with the academic and administrative policies listed on the Moodle ESPS Student Handbook page.
- Where can I find information on the Student Union?
- Where can I find information on the National Student Survey?
Visit The National Student Survey.
- Where is ESPS located?
- Ground, Second and third floors and in the basement of 33-35 Torrington Place.
- ESPS administrative offices are room 2.2 and 2.4 on the second floor and room 3.2 on the third floor.
- ESPS Common Room is in the basement.
- ESPS Seminar Room is in G02 on the ground foor.
- How will UCL and ESPS communicate with me?
Student pigeonholes are located outside room 2.2, on the second floor. Notice boards are located in the Common Room. These contain:
- Communications from staff
- Communications from students
- Information on jobs, postgraduate courses and research grants, conferences and seminars, the European Society and Newsletter
- Student year lists and photographs
Your UCL email address will be used for all UCL-related email correspondence. Please therefore check this address regularly.
Update your contact details when they change via Portico.
- Which libraries can I use?
All registered students are entitled to use all parts the UCL library.
Please remember to bring your College Identity Card. The arrangement and lay-out of the Library are described in the Library Guide which is available from all Library issue desks.
The University Library is a major academic library in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (entrance on the fourth floor of the Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU). A ticket may be obtained upon showing a UCL ID card.
UCL Library, the University Library and other London libraries are computer-linked. It is therefore possible to save several journeys by logging in to the main library to see if a book is available elsewhere.
ESPS has a small library (Room 2.4, second floor, 33-35 Torrington Place) consisting of core texts used heavily on ESPS modules as well as dissertations of former ESPS students that can be helpful in conceiving and structuring your own research. Students are encouraged to consult this collection during ESPS office hours. Items can be loaned for two-week periods, with renewals possible.
- What is the UCLU European Society?
Run in great part by ESPS students, the society organises speakers and social events with a European flavour.
- Which careers are available to me with an ESPS degree?
View post-ESPS destinations here.
- Where can I find the term dates?
Term dates are here.