Student feedback has led to many positive changes such as extended library opening hours, more study spaces, and enhanced mental health provision via daily drop-in sessions.
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.
Partner with academics to turn your ideas to reality in your department, faculty or across UCL. You can benefit from grants of up to £1,500 to help make teaching and learning even better.
Be 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.
Team up with UCL staff to look at different areas of academic practice. Investigate quality, teaching practice, new programmes or the student experience.
Why should I get involved?
Creating a global community ready to tackle the world’s challenges
- This is your university and by engaging in the experience you can drive change and create a better education for all
- Build skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and independent reasoning
- Take an active role in the UCL community and take the opportunity to meet other students and staff
- Make your mark and leave a legacy for future students