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Seven questions with Zane Mitrevica

This week, we speak to Zane Mitrevica, a third year Neuroscience student from Latvia, who presented her undergraduate research project to policy makers at the Houses of Parliament this week.

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3 safety tips from UCL Security

As spring approaches, the nights are getting lighter, the weather is (slowly) improving, and the streets are starting to get busier as we all get out and about making the most of everything London has to offer. 

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Seven questions with Rico Hodges-Smikle

This week, meet Rico Hodges-Smikle who is studying a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with a major in Health and Environment and a minor in Societies. As part of his studies, Rico has recently finished working on a consultancy project to improve maritime safety that may help to save hundreds of lives at sea.

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Apply now to be a Student Residence Adviser in 2018-19

UCL is now recruiting for full-time UCL graduate students to work as Student Residence Advisers in halls of residence for the next academic year. The contract period will be 1 August 2018 until 31 July 2019.  

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National Student Money Week – 19-23 February 2018

National Student Money Week 2018 (NSMW18) is a week of events that gives UCL students the tools and information needed to make smart financial decisions and manage their money. 

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Seven questions with Carlos Alberto Ledezma

This week, meet Carlos Alberto Ledezma, who is a PhD student in UCL's Mechanical Engineering Department and is also part of the Marie-Curie training network. Carlos' research project is focusing on using mathematical models for the electrical activity of the heart to understand and aid with the diagnosis of cardiac diseases.

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New funding schemes for undergraduates undertaking international opportunities this summer

UCL Study Abroad are happy to announce two new funding schemes to support certain international opportunities over the summer. Undergraduate students may be eligible to apply for a bursary through the two new schemes - ACU Global Summer Grants and Santander Universities Mobility Bursary. Read on to find out if you’re eligible.

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Participants needed for study on attitudes towards EU migration

This study by UCL PhD student Alexandra Bulat looks to understand people’s views towards EU migration in the UK in the context of Brexit. British, Romanian or Polish-born individuals are asked to share their experiences of migration or with migration and to what extent migration affects their everyday lives.

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Take part in paid research at UCL

The UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences operates an online subject pool in order to recruit participants to take part in paid research. Participants can browse the range of experiments posted by researchers from the diverse areas of the Division, and sign up for a suitable timeslot upon finding a study of interest. 

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Exam timetable on track for publication by end of February

The UCL 2018 Exam Timetable is scheduled for publication on 28 February. On this date, all students expecting to be examined in the Main Examination Period will receive an email with their personal timetable.

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Seven questions with Chloe Nettleton

This week, meet Chloe Nettleton, who is studying Anthropology and has enjoyed the experience of participating in UCL's Global Citizenship Programme two years in a row. Chloe also has some great tips for places to eat in London!

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Participants needed for dyslexia study

Are you dyslexic and a native English speaker? Are you dyslexic and fluent in German and English? This study needs you! 

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