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STS offers degrees at each university level: undergraduate, masters, and PhD

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STS Current Students

Current students enrolled in degrees and HPSC modules offered by UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) have a wide range of support materials.
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Undergraduates

Current students in STS undergraduate programmes, including BSc degrees, and taking HPSC modules.

Information for current Masters students

Masters

Current students in STS postgradaute taught programmes, including Masters, PG(Cert), PG(Dip) and taking HPSC modules at postgradaute level.

STS doctoral students are encouraged to engage professionals from the start of their studies

PhDs

Current students in MPhil-PhD programmes

STS students show teamwork in activities

Undergraduate Support

STS Moodle pages support undergraduate students in our degrees and across all HPSC modules. Password required.

STS student and staff roundtable discussion

Masters Support

STS Moodle pages support postgradaute taught students, too. Password required.

Staff and students work together to build a professional community

Doctoral support

STS Moodle pages support doctoral students, too. Password required.

Module registration 2018-19

STS offers modules using the HPSC prefix. All HPSC modules are offered by STS academics.

Students from other departments are welcome in HPSC modules. They offer opportunities for students to meet new people, meet students from many different degree programmes, and develop transferrable skills they might not otherwise build. Challenge yourself to mix it up. Try STS. As always, discuss module selections with personal tutors. All students are welcome to discuss modules with STS tutors. Register through Portico.

STS student handbook (cover)
STS Student Handbook

The STS Student Handbook is the student go-to reference guide for the administrative side of the degree. Use this in conjunction with materials supplied on the STS Current Students moodle pages for both undergraduates and taught postgraduates.