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For further information contact Patrizia Oliver, the Postgraduate Programme Officer.


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Staff at the CES

The CES is part of the Faculty Institute for Graduate Studies (FIGS) and is currently administered by the School of Modern European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS). Given its interdisciplinary nature, it draws on the teaching and research expertise of colleagues across the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, the School of Public Policy, and other areas in UCL as relevant for particular themes and topics.

Contact details

All general inquiries about graduate study (whether taught or research) should be directed in the first instance via the relevant staff members in SELCS.

Inquiries about MA programmes should be directed to: Patrizia Oliver (contact details available at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/silva/selcs/tutors-officers/patriziaoliver

Inquiries of an academic nature may be directed to:

Dr Stephanie Bird - Graduate Tutor
Email: stephanie.bird@ucl.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7679 3104

CES academic staff

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The Centre for European Studies draws on the unusual breadth and depth of expertise at UCL in the fields of European history, politics, cultural studies, literature, art, film, and theory. Staff come from a wide range of departments. In the most recent government Research Assessment Exercise, all the departments obtained ratings of 4, 5 or 5* on a scale of 1 (lowest) to 5* (highest), with the vast majority achieving 5 or 5*. A number of them have been adjudged by The Times to be among the top three UK departments in their respective areas. The aim of the Centre for European Studies is to pool this expertise and to provide graduate students with a gateway to the incomparable opportunities and resources which London offers for the study of Europe, its politics, history and culture.