UCL in Africa & Middle East
The Africa & Middle East Regional Network is the largest Regional Network in UCL and one of the most engaged. We are really proud of all colleagues’ achievements and continue to be amazed at the brilliance of the ideas and findings generated by the network membership.
Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu
Former Pro-Vice-Provost (Africa & Middle East)
MAKING AN IMPACT
We're proud of our international and multi-cultural community which counts 1,214 students from Africa and the Middle East currently studying at UCL and 7,986 UCL alumni in Africa and the Middle East. Meet some of our students, alumni and academics through the slideshow above.
Research, partnerships and projects
UCL academics have collaborated with higher education institutes in 28 African countries and 12 Middle Eastern countries over the past five years. Our Africa & Middle East Regional Network brings together more than 700 active members of the UCL group. See examples of our impact here.
UCL's Africa & Middle East Regional Network
Established in 2013, the Africa & Middle East Regional Network facilitates cross-UCL connections and synergies between academic and professional services staff interested in collaborating with partners in the region.
The network meets regularly throughout the year to discuss current and future activity. Are you a UCL staff member or postgraduate student interested in the region? Join the Regional Network.
Current and future partners
We are keen to develop partnerships and collaborations with universities and institutions in Africa and the Middle East. If you are interested in exploring ways to work with UCL, contact our Senior Global Engagement Manager (Africa & Middle East), Funanani Nemaheni.
Related networks and partners include:
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