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UCL in South East Asia and Australasia

South East Asia and Australasia’s rich geographic and cultural diversity is reflected in UCL’s extensive engagement in the region. From tackling neurodegeneration in Singapore to improving urban transport in Thailand, UCL delivers impact in the region in a multitude of ways.
Given the strength of UCL’s institutional partnerships, complemented by an active network of academics working with partners across South East Asia and Australasia, UCL is well positioned to have a positive impact in the region in the coming years.

Professor Claudio Stern
Pro-Vice-Provost (South East Asia and Australasia)
 

MAKING AN IMPACT


UCL community

We're proud of our international and multi-cultural community which counts 1,831 students from South East Asia and Australasia currently studying at UCL and 12,426 UCL alumni in South East Asia and Australasia. Meet some of our students, alumni and academics through the slideshow above.

Research, partnerships and projects 

UCL has important institutional partnerships with two world-leading universities in this region: National University of Singapore, focusing particularly on the areas of artificial intelligence, cardiovascular medicine, dementia and neurodegeneration and nanotechnology, and the University of Sydney, which spans across all 11 UCL Faculties. Check the slideshow for examples of how we're delivering impact.

Regional Network for South East Asia and Australasia

UCL’s South East Asia and Australasia regional network facilitates cross-UCL connections and synergies between academic and professional services staff interested in collaborating with partners in the region.

Led by Professor Claudio Stern, Pro-Vice-Provost (South East Asia and Australasia), the network meets regularly throughout the year to discuss current and future activity. See below for how to get involved.


GET INVOLVED


Current and future partners

Partnership enquiries

We are keen to develop partnerships and collaborations with universities and institutions in South East Asia and Australasia. If you are interested in exploring ways to work with UCL, contact our Network Senior Partnership Manager, Tomoyo Miyakawa.

Existing partners include:


Students and alumni 

Applying for a place at UCL

Check our pages for international students, which includes specific information by country

Got a place at UCL

The International Student Support team will help you settle into life in the UK, London and at UCL. Also, check Students' Union UCL for a directory of clubs and societies.

UCL alumni

Benefit from connecting with fellow UCL alumni wherever you are in the world with UCL global alumni groups.


UCL staff and academics

Regional Network for South East Asia and Australasia

The network is open to academic and professional services staff and postgraduate students from departments across UCL interested in the region. Join the regional network and get updates.

Information on funding

For UCL academics wanting to develop their overseas collaborations, check GE funding opportunities from the Global Engagement team and global research funding from UCL Research. 

Sharing UCL regional expertise with the media

UCL experts interested in sharing their expertise should register their details on UCL’s media expert database.


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