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18 January 2017: Earn £65 and help researchers find out more about autism

UCL researchers in the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience are recruiting participants for their study on autism and they need your help.
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18 January 2017: Improve your digital skills this term with a range of free courses

UCL's Information Services Division (ISD) is hosting free courses to help you improve your digital skills this term. You are advised to sign up early to avoid disappointment. More...

17 January 2017: Seven questions with Bartu Kaleagasi

This week, meet Bartu, a law student and a member of the UCLU Entrepreneurs Society, who hails from Brussels, but conversely isn't a fan of chocolate. Bartu is also on the leadership committee for the Artificial Intelligence in Business and Entrepreneurship (AIBE) Summit on 4 February, which is being organised in conjunction with LSE Entrepreneurs. More...

16 January 2017: Southern Trains dispute: correspondence on behalf of UCL staff and students

UCL Interim HR Director John Parr has written a letter to MPs, Southern Trains' Chief Operating Officer and the Transport for London Commissioner, regarding the difficulties staff and students are facing as a result of the Southern Train dispute. More...

12 January 2017: UCL start-up bio-bean returns to campus to turn your waste coffee into biofuel

UCL graduate Arthur Kay (BSc Architecture 2013), co-founder of the coffee grounds recycling company bio-bean, the biofuels and biochemicals company, has joined forces with UCL Estates, Sodexo, O&G, UCLU and Bywater Waste Management, to turn waste coffee grounds from coffee shops across campus into fuel. More...

12 January 2017: Do you want to cut your sugar intake as part of your New Year’s resolution?

Most people generally like sweet tastes but would like to consume less added sugar because of the bad effects it may have on general health, weight or their teeth. A lot of interest has been directed at reducing the consumption of sugar from soft drinks, but sweetened coffees and teas are often underestimated in contributing to high levels of sugar intake.  More...

12 January 2017: What do new students think of UCL? The results are in

The first New to UCL Survey gives a broadly positive picture of the experience of new students. Overall, 92% of new students who took part in the survey, agreed that they feel welcome and part of the UCL community, and 94% are satisfied with their overall arrival experience here.The survey was sent to just under 19,000 new students, both undergraduates and postgraduates, and 25% (4,600) took part. Congratulations to Bori Toth who won the £500 cash prize draw and also Felix Schmirler and Kiran Gopinathan who won a £100 Amazon voucher each. Winners have been emailed with the details. More...

12 January 2017: Shape your education: information fair

Friday 27 January, 1-5pm, South Cloisters More...

12 January 2017: UCL student wins prestigious award for undergraduate research project

A UCL Medical School student has been selected as the Global Winner in the Medical Sciences category of the Undergraduate Awards – the world’s largest international academic awards programme.
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11 January 2017: Calling all final year undergraduates: tell us about your UCL experience

The National Student Survey (NSS) – a survey of all final year undergraduates in the UK – is now open. This survey, which will be open until 30 April 2017,  gives you the opportunity to have your say about your course. More...

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