You Shape UCL


You Shape UCL

At UCL, students are encouraged to take an active role in the UCL community by working in a professional partnership with staff. Your feedback, creativity and expertise are crucial and by working in partnership we can create a better university experience for all.

See what's changed

Student feedback and staff-student partnership work have led to many positive changes such as extended library opening hours, more study spaces, and enhanced mental health provision via daily drop-in sessions. Find out more about how your feedback has helped shape UCL

How to make your voice heard at UCL

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Take a survey

How have you found your experience so far? Share your views with us and help us identify our priorities for the year ahead by taking a survey (and enter prize draws for vouchers and cash along the way...)

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Join the Student Experience Panel

The Student Experience Panel lets you pick what you’d like to give feedback on. Panellists receive an email newsletter with opportunities every six weeks and can choose how they get involved.

Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) would like to recruit students to take part in a panel discussion on video learning and lecture capture.

Start a discussion on Shape UCL

Shape UCL (powered by Unitu) is an online platform where students, academic representatives and staff can raise, discuss and resolve both academic and more general student experience issues. 

Three ways you can work with staff to make changes

Become the voice of your fellow UCL students at programme, departmental or faculty level.

You’ll work with staff to ensure the views of students are listened to and acted upon.

Team up with UCL staff to get a behind-the-scenes look at different areas of academic practice. Bring your insights and ideas as a student to review and suggest improvements to the design and inclusivity of your curriculum, and the quality of our teaching processes and practices.

Got your own idea for how to improve UCL education? Whether it’s a teaching or assessment innovation, a project to partner with local community organisations, or an initiative to help close the BAME Awarding Gap – we’ll fund and support you to lead that change at a departmental, faculty or university level.