UCL 2034 is UCL’s 20 year strategic vision for the institution, setting out six principal themes. Principal theme five is London’s Global University. For UCL - as a global, world-leading university in one of the world’s greatest cities - our relationship with London is vital. UCL 2034 recognises the importance of London to UCL, and UCL to London.
Read about how UCL Innovation and Enterprise are using our position in London to benefit London, the UK and the wider world in our new Innovation and Enterprise strategy (pdf).
Have your say on the draft London strategy and implementation plan
The draft London strategy (pdf) has been reviewed by the Senior Management Team. We're now seeking responses and feedback from the entire UCL community - staff and students.
Can you suggest better examples than those given in the strategy for the various priorities and activities outlined in the following sections:
- Working in partnership with London for local and global benefit
- Influencing and enhancing key sectors of London
Please email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on 5 May 2018.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Who's leading on UCL’s work for London
This work is being led by a broad range of academics and professional members of staff including Dr Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London), Professor Andrew Brown, Pro-Vice-Provost (London), and a number of London champions across the university.
Dr Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London)
Celia leads UCL’s Innovation and Enterprise department and is driving UCL’s understanding of its roles in London. As a member of the Mayor of London’s Local Economic Action Panel (LEAP) and a member of the CBI London Council, Celia works closely with senior stakeholders across London.
Professor Andrew Brown, Pro-Vice-Provost (London)
Andrew is responsible for the delivery of UCL’s London Strategy and works closely with the London champions and our London professional team to identify opportunities for UCL to change our city for the better.
Andrew has extensive personal and professional experience in London. He previously served as UCL’s Interim Director of the Institute of Education and as Pro-Vice-Provost for Enterprise - roles that have seen him engage extensively with London’s leadership, local authorities and education sector. Andrew has lived for much of his life in close proximity to the site of UCL’s new campus, UCL East, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Our London champions are 20 leading academic and professional members of staff from across the university, from every faculty and professional department. They'll work together, combining their expertise to produce collaborative, pioneering and multidisciplinary solutions to London’s challenges that span the range of UCL’s strengths.
If you have any questions, please contact Rosie French at firstname.lastname@example.org