|Principal theme: Delivering global impact|
On the day of the EU referendum results, UCL’s Engineering faculty committed to form a ‘European campus without borders’ with partners in Italy, France and Germany.
The innovative Alliance4Tech collaboration means UCL has joined forces with leading technical institutions in cities as global as London: CentraleSupélec in Paris, Politecnico di Milano and TU Berlin.
The partnership will offer students from each institution a multi-layered, ‘pan-European’ view to their work, enhancing their knowledge and enriching their study experience.
UCL departments involved in the partnership include Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Biochemical Engineering and the School of Management.
The initiative will promote shared values – including cultural diversity, entrepreneurship, social responsibility and creativity – and will also offer digital learning opportunities to facilitate access.
" UCL values its European staff and students immensely and this exciting partnership with leading institutions across the continent will offer an excellent gateway to learn from each other and deepen our already strong links.” Professor Eli Keshavarz-Moore, Vice-Dean (International) for Engineering.
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