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Taught Students

See the information in the sections below to find out more about the support and opportunities available to taught students in the Division.

Mentoring

Undergraduate students can take part in the UCL Transitions Programme.

The UCL Transition Programme supports all first year students in their transition to university. This transition can be a particularly stressful time for students as they adapt to a different way of life and new academic demands. Mentors are at the heart of the Transition Programme. They provide peer support to first year students through regular group mentoring meetings and peer-assisted learning sessions.

UCL Transition Mentors

 

Planning Your Career

UCL Careers

UCL Careers provides advice, guidance and events to help you when you start job hunting. They will also support you after you graduate from UCL.

Graduate Study

Further your career or make a unique contribution to your field of study by choosing a graduate degree at UCL.

Why a PhD?

If you're thinking about doing a PhD, take a look at the videos posted on #whyaphd. Tweet @UCLPALS your questions about doing at PhD with #whyaphd

    The Scientific 23

    The Scientific 23 website was made possible by the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award 2013 awarded to Sarah-Jayne Blakemore for her scientific achievement, her suitability as a role model and her project proposal to promote women in STEM.

    UCL Innovation and Enterprise

    If you've got a great business idea, but don't know how to take it forward, contact UCL Advances, a dedicated centre for entrepreneurship and business interaction, which helps anyone who wants to learn about, start, or grow a business.

    Volunteering

    Get skills for your future careers and personal development by volunteering while at UCL. The Volunteering Services Unit (VSU) is UCL Union’s dedicated facility for students who want to get involved with volunteering projects in the local community. You can give as much or as little time as you can spare; learning new skills, making friends, and contributing to other peoples’ lives.

    Gender Split in PALS
    Events and Opportunities

    Details of events and opportunities will be listed here when available.

     

    Equality and Diversity

    Bridging the Gap - Bedford Bugle

    Bridging the Gap’ is an initiative by the Bedford Bugle to educate (ourselves and) the public about the factors and consequences of gender disparity in academia. We hope our readers will enjoy this series of interviews with top researchers in the field. We also hope that by bringing these issues to light, awareness can be created, followed by positive change.

    Support for students

    DEOLO's

    The UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences (PALS) endeavours to be an equal opportunities environment in which each and every student and staff member should be able to study and work without discrimination. UCL's equal opportunities policy means that all students and staff have the right to work in an environment free from discrimination, prejudice, and all forms of harassment and bullying.

    However, occasionally, some people are unfairly treated. In PALS several members of staff have been appointed as Departmental Equal Opportunity Liaison Officers (DEOLOs):

    Staff and students can come to any of the DEOLOS, for formal or informal advice about equal opportunities issues such as discrimination, harassment, or disability access. Every enquiry is treated in confidence and if we can't resolve your queries, we will find someone who can.

    Additional Equality and Diversity Support at UCL

    UCL Union Student Networks

    Career Development, Equality and Diversity (CDED) Committee Newsletter

    The aim of the Psychology and Language Sciences CDED newsletter is to keep you up-to-date with the work that the Committee is doing towards our next Athena SWAN award. We will be highlighting events and useful information, as well as disseminating the findings of the data analysis that we are conducting