UCL East


Case study: UCL East development used in module's assessment

10 February 2021

A new case study has been published on UCL's Teaching & Learning Portal, looking at how the MSc in Digital Engineering Management uses the UCL East development as a real-world case study in one module's assessment.

Artist impression of the exterior of the Marshgate building

The MSc in Digital Engineering Management, led by Dr Eleni Papadonikolaki, will be one of UCL East’s flagship programmes from The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management.  

The programme, launched in 2020, is among the early starting programmes. It is currently based close to the developing UCL East campus in Here East, prior to moving to its home at the UCL East Marshgate building in 2023.

The development of the UCL East campus provides great opportunities for UCL academics and students to get involved in a wide range of teaching and learning activities linked to UCL’s campus of the future. The MSc in Digital Engineering Management based a module assessment on a case study of UCL East's campus development to develop students' practical skills in project management, and to take advantage of close-to-home exposure to cutting edge approaches in industry. 

Read the full case study