UCL in Africa and the Middle East
More than 450 students from African countries and 650 from Middle Eastern countries are currently studying with us.
We have many active partnerships and collaborations with institutions and organisations across these areas.
Unsure which region your country of interest is in? Search our countries and UCL regions dictionary (pdf, 238KB).
The first joint UCL-Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) Symposium, ‘Towards HIV and TB elimination in South Africa,’ took place on Monday 12 February at UCL’s Bloomsbury campus.
UCL Qatar has joined forces with various partner organisations in a series of public events exploring the city of Doha’s architectural history.
Four students will be joining the Sustainable Water Management in Africa Summer School at the University of Cape Town (UCT) as part of UCL’s brand new short-term mobility programme.
This June, UCL Global Engagement Office’s Africa and Middle East Regional Network will host the third annual Knowledge Africa symposium.
Established in 2013, UCL’s Africa and Middle East network is open to academic and professional services staff and postgraduate students from departments across UCL interested in the region.
Led by Professor Ijeoma Uchegbu, Pro-Vice-Provost (Africa and the Middle East), the network meets regularly throughout the year to discuss current and future activity.
- Minutes from previous meetings and Terms of Reference
- Regional funding opportunities
- Latest network news for Africa and the Middle East, plus newsletter (May 2017)
- More international contacts at UCL
Interested in UCL activity in Turkey or Israel? Head over to our Europe regional network page.
Autumn 2018: Tuesday 9 October, 10-11.30, venue TBC
Established in 2012 in partnership with Qatar Foundation and Qatar Museums, UCL Qatar is a thriving centre of excellence providing students with a high quality education in cultural heritage.
We were the first British university to open a campus in Qatar.