Media Relations

Twitter iconYouTube iconFacebook iconSoundCloudiTunes badge

Call us: +44 (0)20 7679 9041


The UCL Media Relations team is the university’s central press office.


We connect journalists to expert academics and promote UCL research and teaching throughout the global media.


More contact information



Archive of Media headlines

<< 2012 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2014 >>

Blame yourself if you fail, praise others if you prosper

Publication date:

Professor Adrian Furnham (UCL Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology) discusses the merits of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Read: Sunday Times

Does Jane Austen deserve a place on our £10 notes?

Publication date:

Jane Austen would have found it a 'thoroughly amusing honour' to grace the £10 note, says UCL's Professor of English John Mullan - which is all the more the reason for ensuring it comes to pass, he argues in a head-to-head with blogger Fleet Street Fox. Read: The Observer

Graduate jobs go to rivals overseas

Publication date:

A third of graduate jobs in London are going to graduates from overseas, according to new research. UCL careers consultant Saiyada Smith explains why European graduates are so attractive to employers. Read: Sunday Times

Pressure builds for change in Britain's schools of architecture

Publication date:

The Guardian's Oliver Wainwright questions the future of architecture training in the UK. Read: The Guardian

Pupils' fizzy business start

Publication date:

Local schoolchildren will get a chance to start their own business through UCL Advances' 'Citrus Saturday' scheme. Read: Camden New Journal

Professor Michael Worton to retire

Publication date:

Michael Worton, UCL Vice-Provost (International), has announced his plan to retire after 33 years at UCL. Read: Camden New Journal More: UCL News

Are personalised maps the future of cartography?

Publication date:

Dr Andy Hudson-Smith (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) discusses the future of 'live maps' that are overlaid with data such as flight paths, traffic routes and local transportation. Read: The Independent

The pioneering international students who rebuilt Japan

Publication date:

UCL celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Chōshū Five. Read: Times Higher Education, Chemistry World

Baroness Susan Greenfield's debut novel - reviewed

Publication date:

UCL Cell Biologist Dr Jennifer Rohn reviews Baroness Greenfield's debut novel, 2121, which paints a picture of a dystopian world of two different societies who have adapted to advanced technologies in two very different ways. Read: Nature

An economy out of intensive care - but where next?

Publication date:

Professor Steve Caddick, UCL Vice-Provost (Enterprise), asks what the future holds following the Government's Spending Review. Read: Huffington Post

<< 2012 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2014 >>