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London Women's Leadership Week (29 Jan - 2 Feb) 

The UCL Economics and Finance Society is holding the first ever London Women’s Leadership Conference! The two-day speaker series features industry leaders from fields including: finance, e-commerce and fintech.

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Can you help us find out more about autism?

You could contribute to our understanding of autistic spectrum conditions by taking part in research studies run by autism@icn, a group of researchers at the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. 

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Seven questions with Diandra Şovăilescu

This week, meet Diandra Şovăilescu, who is studying towards a BA Comparative Literature in the School of European Languages, Culture and Society and is also leader of the After School Crew project. 

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What do new students think of UCL? The results are in

More than 7,700 students took part in the 2017 New to UCL survey, meaning UCL finished on a response rate of 37%, up from 25% in 2016. The results gives a broadly positive picture of the experience of new students.

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100 things to do in 2018

MyUCL Student Journalist Soleil Samanor shares her top 100 things to do in London this year. 

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Participants needed for expenses study

Researchers from UCL Psychology and Language Sciences are studying interactions with expenses and participants are needed for a short 5-10 minute task.

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Apply for Chadwick Trust scholarships and fellowships

The Chadwick Trust, based at UCL, makes awards each year to students of UCL or the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine to enable them to carry out projects in the field of public health. 

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Short-term Student Residence Adviser roles

An opportunity has arisen for full time UCL graduate students to work as Student Residence Advisers, 31 March to 31 July 2018 inclusive, in student halls of residence. These are voluntary positions and a rent free room will be offered for the duration.  

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Seven questions with Maisie Harrison

This week, meet Maisie Harrison who is studying a combined Arts and Sciences BASc and is currently a UCL ChangeMakers student fellow.

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Advice for UCL students about meningococcal disease

The Director of UCL Student Support and Wellbeing was informed by Public Health England that a person associated with UCL was recently admitted to hospital with suspected meningococcal meningitis. 

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7 things to do in London during the Christmas break

Christmas time is just around the corner, and while many of you will be travelling home for break, here’s our top 7 seasonal things to do for those of you staying in London during the festive season.

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5 ways your views and ideas are shaping UCL

At UCL, we want you to collaborate with us as partners and take an active role in the UCL community. Your feedback helps us make changes for you and future students in the same way previous students’ feedback helped make some of the changes you have seen during your time at UCL. Changes such as, scrapping the graduation fee, amending the Extenuating Circumstances policy and longer UCL Careers appointments.

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