Life at Political Science
A rigorous student-led academic journal, publishing both original research and innovative commentary from within the School of Public Policy’s postgraduate community.
A student-run society for all students in the Department of Political Science. We mainly organise social and fundraising events and endeavour to develop a strong and friendly community within the School of Public Policy (SPP).
The UCL Q-Step Centre provides some of the most extensive training in quantitative methods to undergraduates anywhere in the UK. Through a combination of lectures, small seminars and lab sessions, UCL students receive hands-on training in our innovative and inter-disciplinary degree programmes.
The Writing Lab is available to all undergraduate and Masters students across the following areas - Joint Faculties of Arts & Humanities and Social & Historical Sciences; Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment; Psychology.
The home of clubs and societies, events, nights out, student democracy, advice, sports and great places to eat and drink.
The Student Centre is the new heart of UCL's Bloomsbury campus, providing 1,000 additional study spaces and enhancing the student experience.
Here you will be able to find information on issues relating to race, gender, religion and belief, sexual orientation, and disability, amongst other equalities initiatives at UCL.
Green UCL brings together students and staff in tackling the challenges of sustainability. We're a partnership of UCL's Sustainability Team and network of Green Champions. We work to improve the impact of UCL's estate, build community and further research, and we need your help.
These courses are part of our regular training provision for UCL researchers, which includes both classroom based training and online training via UCL Moodle (see course details for links to online versions).
UCL Minds is a programme of lectures, performances, exhibitions, podcasts and stories which showcase the brilliant and curious minds here at UCL.
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