UCL seeks to inform policy and communicate its core priorities to policymakers through a range of official bodies and forums – at local, national and European levels.
Our overriding priority is to advocate for a deal that protects the status of EU nationals studying and working at UCL. We also actively advocate for a deal that will protect and promote transnational collaboration in research, science and innovation, as well as staff and student mobility.
UCL statements and strategic activity
Since the referendum, Professor Michael Arthur, UCL President & Provost, has been a leading presence in policy stakeholder groups, media and public debate.
UCL research informs policy
UCL academics regularly inform and advise policymakers on EU-related policy issues, including Brexit.
Partnerships with Europe
UCL has longstanding partnerships with many leading European institutes and organisations.
Cities partnerships Programme
The Cities partnerships Programme is designed to invest in, and extend UCL's research and teaching collaborations, not just with a single partner, but in multiple locations across the continent.