UCL Careers offers a comprehensive careers information and advice/guidance service to all current students, staff and GradClub members (alumni up to two years post completion of their qualification). UCL Careers is uniquely placed between employers and the UCL community and as such runs a comprehensive annual employer-led events programme. This includes large careers fairs and presentation by recruiters, trying to attract UCL talent as well as more educative activities such as skill development workshops and sector themed weeks. The UCL Careers job vacancy site covers graduate jobs, internships and placements.
Every department has a dedicated careers consultant who facilitates careers activities for students. Bespoke programmes are also run for masters students, researchers (PhDs and postdoctoral staff), international students and recent alumni.
Data is collected by
UCL Careers on behalf of HESA each year which details all students’
destinations in terms of further study, employment and so on. This is
supplied to departments and feeds into league tables and the KIS.
The Communications & Marketing office is responsible for maintaining and developing the reputation and profile of the university as a world-leading organisation and as an aspirational choice as a study destination.
DARO helps UCL to achieve its strategic goals via philanthropy and engagement; through building productive and enduring relationships between UCL and alumni, other individuals and organisations in order to support priority initiatives and developments.
UCL Estates manages the estate and facilities infrastructure from the strategic to the operational, across property acquisition and management, capital projects, engineering and maintenance, environmental sustainability, safety, security, cleaning and including student residences and central room bookings.
- to provide a modern, professional and effective financial service to all UCL stakeholders, both internal and external
- to deliver streamlined, cost effective finance processes and be responsible for the management of UCL's financial position and strategy
- to underpin the UCL Professional Services vision and support UCL in maintaining its position as London's Global University.
The Graduate School provides a key resource for graduate students:
- to ensure that UCL continues to be at the forefront of graduate education and research;
- to enhance the student experience - through offering the finest environment for personal and academic development.
The Graduate School provides support for students in many ways, but particularly through its Skills Development Programme, Research Funds, Scholarships and Codes of Practice. It also has facilitating and regulatory roles, and contributes towards strategy for graduate education.
The HR Division supports UCL by attracting, rewarding and retaining outstanding staff from diverse backgrounds, and provides professional advice and services to maintain a high quality, motivated and committed workforce.
Information Services Division (ISD) exists to support and enhance
learning, teaching, research and associated administrative processes at
UCL, and to contribute to the development of UCL policy in these areas.
ISD provides a wide range of information and technology related services to the university including all core datacentre, email, desktop, printing, networking and software purchasing. We also support research computing platforms (including safe storage of research data), provide research IT applications as well as research software development, e-learning and IT security across UCL.
The key administrative systems including HR, Finance and Student Information are also provided by ISD, as website development and support, and creative design.
Find out more about how UCL Library Services supports teaching, learning, research and clinical practice.
Museums and Public Engagement runs UCL’s main public venues - the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, the Grant Museum of Zoology and UCL Art Museum – and a range of teaching and research collections across UCL.
It also supports staff and students to engage with the public by providing training, advice and small grants.
Student and Registry Services are responsible for providing services to all students throughout their time at UCL, for supporting academic departments and administrative staff in delivering a high quality student experience and play a key role in co-ordinating UCL's governance processes and academic quality assurance operations.