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- Join active alumni groups including the UCL Alumni Teacher network and international groups in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and many more.
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All UCL Institute of Education alumni are invited to apply to join the London International Development Centre (LIDC). The LIDC facilitates interdisciplinary research and activities to tackle complex problems in international development and create a network of interdisciplinary researchers. They run a programme of related events in conjunction with partner organisations.
Throughout the year we host a range of academic and professional development events, giving you access to unique venues and the opportunity to hear from our world class academics and professional experts.
UCL Connect is the new professional development series for alumni, combining award-winning professional networking events, free online mentoring and CPD courses.
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In 2015, the head of Ofsted Sir Michael Wilshaw described careers guidance in the UK as “a disaster zone”. Lamorna Byford, an alumna of the UCL Institute of Education's (IOE) School of Psychology, has witnessed first-hand how this failure by schools links to a lack of ambition amongst disadvantaged schoolchildren.
Published: Jul 24, 2017 2:46:48 PM