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UCL and China

With longstanding partnerships, cutting-edge research collaborations, multiple joint degree programmes and a substantial student cohort, China has long formed an integral part of UCL’s community and global engagement.

Thanks to its diverse community, UCL consistently contributes to some of the world’s most pioneering research; tackles some of the world’s most pressing challenges, and consistently places among the world’s top-ranked universities.

In areas from urbanisation to neuroscience, UCL’s collaborations with Chinese partners are helping to speed up the process of discovery.


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Michael Spence, UCL President & Provost
我们为UCL与中国长期以来的精诚合作倍感自豪。牢固的关系不仅是我们与学界同行以及合作伙伴们合作的核心,也为我们共同创造有影响力的创新研究和有益于彼此的教育机会奠定了坚实的基础。

Michael Spence
UCL President & Provost

UCL Community


Today there are more than 12,100 Chinese students studying at UCL, 400+ staff from China, and 16,500 UCL alumni in mainland China and Hong Kong. The university stays in touch with its sizeable Chinese alumni community through its thriving online networks and regular meet ups. Find out more through the slideshow stories and links below:

 


Making a Difference


Whether it's shedding new light on the universe we live in, expanding Mandarin learning in the UK, or developing innovative practice to improve global food security, UCL academics are working with Chinese counterparts to help us better understand our world and address the challenges we face. Read about some of their work here.


Research, Partnerships and Projects


UCL has around 30 formal links with Chinese universities and research institutions, including Peking University (PKU) – UCL’s first deep strategic partner. In the last five years, UCL has published 10,000+ co-authored papers with Chinese collaborators. See below for examples of networks, initiatives and partners: