UCL in South Asia
Every year UCL welcomes more than 500 students from countries in South Asia. View current areas of collaboration here.
Find out about the 2017 public event series UCL India Voices here.
16 students will attend UCL CMIC’s medical imaging summer school in July, supported by the Global Engagement Office
Information about UCL's historic relationship with India, plus its current partnerships and collaborations in the country. Download the UCL and India resource (pdf, 5.2MB).
Delegation visit explored new opportunities for astrophysics research collaboration between UCL and leading Indian institution.
Watch a video exploring Professor Monica Lakhanpaul's research into the problem of child malnutrition in rural areas in partnership with Save the Children and IIT Delhi.
Leading UCL academics joined policy makers, development experts, NGOs and grassroots workers to debate and make recommendations on delivering gender equality at the 2018 Difficult Dialogues forum in Goa.
UCL student Sara Frumento blogs about her experience in India, taking in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, volunteering at an NGO and a four-week academic programme.
UCL’s South Asia network is open to academic and professional services staff from departments across UCL interested in the region.
Led by Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Pro-Vice-Provost (South Asia), the network meets regularly throughout the year to discuss current and future activity.
- Minutes from previous meetings
- Funding opportunities available to your region
- Latest network news
- More international contacts at UCL