UCL Cancer Institute


Mentoring scheme induction sessions

The next Mentoring Induction sessions for mentors and mentees will be held on Thursday 28th March in GOSH and at the Cancer Research UK and UCL Cancer Trials Centre on Tuesday April 2nd. 


  • Thursday 28th March14.00-16.00 in the Wolfson Centre - Room G (1st Floor), UCL GOSICH, Guilford Street, WC1N 1EH.
    Register via Eventbrite
     (Please note the Eventbrite invite closes at 9am on 25th March as the name of attendees is needed in advance).

  • Tuesday 2nd April10.00-12.00 in the Cancer Research UK and UCL Cancer Trials Centre, CTC Seminar Room, 5th/6th Floors, 90 Tottenham Court Road, W1T 4TJ
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Having a mentor can be a useful way of gaining impartial advice and encouragement in a supportive relationship where you can bounce ideas around.  This can help with areas such as developing your career, developing professional networks, setting a work/life balance, or transitioning to a new role.

Being a mentor can have many benefits, such as furthering your own personal development, widening your understanding of UCL and how it works, and enhancing your job satisfaction through supporting the development of others.

Staff at all levels, and students, across the participating Institutes are invited to apply. This training is aimed at both mentors and mentees - to explain what mentoring is, what it involves and how it works so you can make a start to set up your mentoring relationship.

Please contact our mentoring champions Lucia Cottone or Nnenna Kanu (ci.mentoring@ucl.ac.uk) with any questions you may have about the programme.