Our alumni have gone on to undertake further study as research students at UCL and elsewhere, as well as some exciting careers in publishing and the heritage sector.
Our alumni have gone on to undertake further study as research students at UCL and elsewhere, including the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, York and Swansea. They have successfully obtained funding and prizes including the Bryce-Jebb and Dorris Russell Scholarships and the prestigious John Edward Kerry Prize.
We want to make sure that our students have the best possible educational experience and are eager to maintain and enhance our reputation for research excellence. We have expert staff delivering world-leading teaching and conducting cutting edge research, but they need to have the best resources available to them.
You can help to provide this by making a gift to UCL. From supporting student scholarships to investing in new facilities, 100% of your gift will be directed to areas of the greatest importance within UCL.
UCL Graduates: Left UCL in the last two years?
When your course at UCL finishes, your access to careers support doesn't. For up to two years after you leave UCL you'll have access to specialist one-to-one coaching from careers consultants experienced with dealing with recent leavers, a suite of careers-related workshops designed specifically for the issues of the graduate job seeker plus the same range of services, (including the employer events programme), from UCL Careers that current students benefit from.
If you left UCL more than two years ago, our parent body, The Careers Group, provides continued support for professional development or career changers.