Professor Nick Tyler
Professor Nick Tyler is UCL’s Pro-Vice-Provost for East and South Asia. He advises the university on developing strategic relationships with key stakeholders in the region.
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UCL and the Institute of Education (IOE) have today confirmed that they will be merging with effect from 2 December. The merger will create a new institution with over 35,000 students, confirming UCL as the biggest higher education institution in London, and the largest postgraduate institution in the UK, with 19,000 postgraduate students. It will have over 11,000 staff and a combined income of over £1bn. More...
Published: Nov 25, 2014 4:09:21 PM
UCL’s work in East and South Asia covers Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
UCL is delivering its MSc programme in Facility and Environment Management in partnership with Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority (BCA).
In July 2013, UCL celebrated 150 years since the first Japanese students came to study at UCL. A two-day event marked the anniversary of the remarkable beginning of UCL’s relationship with Japan.
UCL has numerous active partnerships and collaborations in the region and welcomes over 2,000 students from countries in East and South Asia each year.
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