Bartlett alumni go on to great things. They’re founders, directors and partners of some of the world’s leading built environment businesses.
They’re also writers, filmmakers, musicians, policy-makers, journalists and politicians, because time spent here can lead in many directions.
For more on life after The Bartlett and what it can bring, take a look at our Great Things mini-site.
Here are a few extracts:
Studying at The Bartlett has given me the most incredible education in architecture... If anyone's thinking of joining The Bartlett, do it! Don't even hesitate for a moment!' – Tom Dyckhoff, writer, broadcaster and architecture critic for BBC Two's The Culture Show; graduate of the MA Architectural History, 1995
I wouldn't be here if I hadn't undertaken the MSc course at The Bartlett. So my advice is, jump at the opportunity if it arrives!' – Martin Valentine, lighting expert for the Municipality of Abu Dhabi; graduate of the MSc Light and Lighting, 2003
I'd recommend anyone to join The Bartlett. You'll meet people from different parts of the world and with backgrounds ranging from economics, law and architecture to physics and engineering. That broadens your horizons and improves the quality and impact of your research. And it makes your time at The Bartlett an unforgettable part of your life.' – Fabian Kesicki, energy analyst at the International Energy Agency; PhD in Energy and Economics, 2012
To find out more about UCL's alumni network, visit ucl.ac.uk/alumni.