UCL Cultural Consultation Service


General guides

General guides

General Guides

The UCL CCS (Cultural Consultation Service)

aims to enhance learning and teaching outcomes

for students and staff facing cross-cultural and

social conflicts.

University College London (UCL), the first UK university to open its doors to applicants regardless of race, class, political belief or religion, prides itself on being a global university

Useful Readings and Links

 1) Viviene E. Cree (2011): 'I'd Like to Call You My Mother.' Reflections on Supervising International PhD Students in Social Work, Social Work Education. 1-14. 

 2) Soorcoormanee, P (2011): Celebrating diversity: only half of the story. Economic and Social Research Council Seminar Series, Global Citizenship as a graduate attribute. 

3) Msebele, N and Brown,:H (2011): Racism in the consulting room: myth or reality. Psychoanalytic Review, (98), 4, August, 451-492.

4) Long, S (2008): Le Dossier: How to Survive the English! John Murray. London.