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Finding accommodation for the next academic year
As we approach the new academic year, you may start viewing properties in the private sector or looking at other options for accommodation. If you still need to find somewhere, University of London Housing Services is a great place to start looking.
Wait, what is 1-2-1 Peer Support?
Students' Union Peer Link Worker, Emma Evetovits, shares her experience of seeking support as a student at UCL, the benefits of peer support and addresses some of the common questions that come up about this type of support.As an international student from Eastern Europe, I was surprised to find out
Technical difficulties during controlled condition exams
Sitting exams online means you may encounter some technical difficulties when completing or submitting your assessments.
End of Year Awards: the shortlist
This year has been one to remember - our campus has a buzz about it again and all of our sports, societies, arts and volunteering communities have been back in action. So it's time to recognise and celebrate all that we've achieved with our end of year celebrations!
Being President: Jazz Society
Isabelle Osbourne, Jazz Society President writing in March 2022
Things to look out for when doing your exams
We know that there is a lot to think about when sitting exams online. We have therefore put together a list of a few things to look out for when completing your exams this spring.
Exams: Frequently Asked Questions
You asked, we answered. Here are your frequently asked questions about exams...
Unexpected disruptions to your exams or assessments
As we enter the main exam period, it is possible that your revision or exams may be unexpectedly disrupted. If your assessments are impacted by serious events such as illness or bereavement, you can apply for Extenuating Circumstances.
Ramadan Mubarak!
Ramadan Mubarak to all those celebrating! Ramadan is expected to begin this Saturday and end on Sunday 1 May. This is a time of reflection, with a particular focus on prayer, purification and charitable acts.
Tips for preparing for your exams
The main exam period will take place from 25 April to 27 May 2022. To help you navigate these upcoming assessments, we have put together some exam preparation guidance and tips.
Easter Break Opening Hours
If you need any support or help during the holidays then we've put together this list of support services that are available over the holidays.
Generation UCL welcomes Dr Sam Blaxland
We are delighted to introduce Dr Sam Blaxland who has taken up his post as Generation UCL Research Fellow.
Leadership Race 2022: The results
Drum roll please... the results are in!This has been the biggest ever election at UCL, and the highest number of voters at any UK University for the second year running.
Women’s History Month: Inspirational UCL Women
Written by Isabelle Osborne, Final Year BA English
Meet the players
Varsity's coming up. Here are some of the bosses repping TeamUCL in this year's Varsity.
Why we need Women's History Month
Today is International Women’s Day - a global day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Ukraine - How to help
We've had a lot of enquiries from students about ways to help in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine, so we've pulled together some links to resources. We hope you find them useful.
Sabbatical Officer: Improving my career prospects
Written by Carol Paige, former Democracy, Operation and Community Officer
Being President: Men's Hockey
Saiff Hamid, Men’s Hockey President and Sports Officer
Our response to the Government's tuition fees plans
Last week the government published their response to an independent review of funding and fees in higher education that was undertaken in 2018 called the Augar Report.