Why choose STEaPP?
Study at a global university...
UCL is ranked 4th in the QS World University Rankings 2013/14. As London's Global University, UCL is firmly committed to ensuring its activities are focused on addressing global challenges. And with a student population that is 41% international, with 153 countries represented, and with staff maintaining similarly global research collaborations, the exposure to global perspectives UCL offers is unparalleled.
…in a global capital...
Few cities in the world can boast the convening power and networks of London. Across all policy arenas, and all science and engineering disciplines, London hosts on going policy and academic discussions of all the issues and perspectives central to these graduate programmes. Direct engagement with a global array of policy and technical communities is a foundation of the Department, and this is only made possible because of our London home.
…to build your global network...
Through both the policy and technical communities convened in London, the networks of staff and students within STEaPP and UCL, and the direct engagement with real-world projects and organisations, these programmes will establish you within a network with unparalleled reach.
The Academic staff have unique and experimental approach to education, research and policy engagement: applied and global. Our lecturers, fellows, researchers and support staff are shaping STEaPP’s research and education programmes in its inaugural year.
At STEaPP we are building of a global knowledge network. Our staff are committed team of working across disciplines and cultures to achieve policy impact in government, private and public sector organisations at a local, national and international level. We have expertise in:
- Mapping and evaluation of social and technical knowledge systems as applicable to public decision-making and policy processes
- Policy analysis frameworks and methods for addressing policy problems with significant science and engineering dimensions
- Public innovation systems; governance and public policy processes
- Role of science and engineering in international affairs and diplomacy
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