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Your views wanted: UCL global issues and education survey

7 June 2011

UCL is keen to find out more about students' views on a range of global issues and how UCL should be responding to them.


All the responses will feed into the organisational strategy and will instruct the type of education and experience that students have at UCL in the future. All students who complete the survey will be entered in a draw with a chance to win an iPad2, with 21 runners up receiving Amazon vouchers.

Dr David Hudson, Departmental Graduate Tutor in the UCL Department of Political Science, produced the survey. He explained: "UCL is keen to hear students' views on the global issues facing the world. We live in a world where three percent of the population live outside their country of birth; where one in six people go hungry; where global climate change is changing the face of the planet; and where populations continue to face armed threats from rebels and governments, sometimes their own."

"We want to know what universities should be doing to prepare their graduates for their future lives and careers in an increasingly interconnected world. As London's Global University, what should UCL be doing?"

The link at the top of the page opens the survey, which will take approximately twenty minutes to complete. The survey will be open until 6pm, 17 June 2011. All winners will be notified on 24 June 2011.