Q-Step Centre at UCL


UCL Q-Step Centre

Q-Step is a £19.5 million programme designed to promote a step-change in quantitative social science training in the UK. Funded by the Nuffield Foundation, ESRC and HEFCE, Q-Step was developed as a strategic response to the shortage of quantitatively-skilled social science graduates. Four academic departments contribute to UCL’s Q-Step Centre offering state of the art training in quantitative research methods, data analysis and visualization.
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About Q-Step

UCL is proud to host one of 15 new Centres that provides advanced training in quantitative research methods for undergraduates in the social sciences. Our students receive state-of-the-art training in research design, data analysis and visualization--highly sought after skills by today’s employers. Hear more about our programmes »

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Our programmes

UCL has a world-class reputation for excellence in teaching and research and is consistently ranked in the top 20 universities in the world. We are a multi-disciplinary university, internationally recognized for our exceptional inter-disciplinary teaching and research collaborations. Read more about our programmes »

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Internships and Careers

In addition to core training in quantitative research methods, the Q-Step programme places strong emphasis on internships and employability. We are always looking for public, private or third sector employers who are interested in offering our students summer placements. If you are interested in hearing more contact q-step@ucl.ac.uk.


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