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UCL's campus on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park offers exciting new degrees and the scale and space needed to tackle the biggest challenges facing the planet. It’s the next chapter in our disruptive thinking and the biggest development in UCL's nearly 200-year history.

Our One Pool Street base opened this autumn (2022). Full of multidisciplinary research labs and studios exploring ecology, robotics, urbanism, culture, disability and heritage, with a lecture theatre doubling as a cinema, a shop, café and homes for 500+ students.

Marshgate (autumn 2023) will be eight floors of hi-tech, cross-disciplinary research labs, teaching areas, fabrication workshops, collaboration spaces, a library, a refectory, prayer space and a UCL Institute of Making.

UCL East is accessible, sustainable and open to the public, with exhibitions and public art from local artists.

Architectural render of UCL East art installation.

Study and Research

Take part in our ground-breaking research, technology and innovation at UCL East with our new interdisciplinary degree courses.

 

UCL East students chatting on lawn

Life on Campus

Explore our facilities and opportunities, whether you're studying, working or living at UCL East, or simply visiting the Olympic Park in Stratford.

Child watching eclipse through a viewfinder.

UCL in East London

See how UCL has been researching, collaborating and volunteering with people across east London for over a decade and how to get involved in UCL East.

View of East Bank with cyclist

East Bank

Learn how UCL is a founding partner of East Bank, London's new creative quarter for culture, education and innovation on the Park in Stratford, east London.

Look back at our vision for UCL East with these brief videos

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At UCL East, we are creating an experiential and accessible learning environment in which transformative research, collaboration and engagement will create a better world. 

Professor Paola Lettieri, Director, UCL East