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UCL continues to open up education in myriad ways.
Staff, students and our cultural engagement and widening participation teams have introduced our expertise, collections and educational offering to varied groups of people across our home city and beyond.
The dialogues that have ensued have brought valuable perspectives that will enrich and broaden the impact of our work, not least on our UCL East campus.
We want as many people as possible to share the benefits of learning, wherever they are and whatever their stage or situation in life, and we’ve made great strides, in particular, this year in our life learning portfolio.
We have also launched the Campaign for UCL, a major UCL strategy for long-term global fundraising and community engagement that will underpin the delivery of some of the university’s biggest ambitions.
Rex Knight, Vice-Provost (Operations)
We held an adventurous range of free events for the public.
A new online course helps teachers support pupils’ university applications.
We are developing a bespoke programme leading to a postgraduate qualification.
Families in East London got hands on with our research.
We are pooling our knowledge about educational equality.
Residents and pupils in Stratford explored what museums mean to them.
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