- Colaiste Oilthigh Lunnainn
Colaiste Oilthigh Lunnainn
UCL chaidh a stèidheachadh ann an 1826 fhosgladh suas foghlam àrd-ìre ann an Sasainn gu fheadhainn a chaidh a chur a-mach às - a 'fàs a' chiad oilthigh ann an Sasainn gu aideachadh boireannaich oileanaich air co-ionannachd a thaobh le daoine ann an 1878.
Academic sàr-mhathas agus rannsachadh a 'dèiligeadh ri fìor-saoghal duilgheadasan fiosrachadh ar spiorad gus an là'n diugh, agus tha iad aig cridhe ar ro-innleachd 20-bliadhna, UCL 2034.
Tha UCL as fheàrr acadaimigeach ri oileanach anns an RA (1:10), toirt cothrom do na clasaichean beaga agus leth fa leth taic (Times 2013).
UCL 'S e aon de na oilthighean dà mhullach anns an RA airson an àireamh de àrd-ollamhan, a tha a 'ciallachadh gu bheil ar n-oileanaich air an teagasg leis a' mhòr-chuid barantaichte eòlaichean ann an achadh (Foghlam Àrd-ìre Buidheann Staitistearachd 2011).
- UCL 'toirt an àrainneachd a' brosnachadh oileanaich gu bhith àrd amasach fhathast idealistic. Ann 2013 aonar, UCL oileanach pàirt ann 41,500 uair a thìde de shaor-thoileach agus obair stèidheachadh 80 iomairtean sòisealta agus 25 oileanach gnothachasan.
UCL air a dhèanamh suas de dhaoine iongantach: ainmeil ollamhan agus leth-oileanaich; com-pàirteachadh poblach proifeiseantaich agus lab teicneòlaichean, agus a h-uile eile pìosan air an tòimhseachan a 'dèanamh suas a' stiùireadh an oilthigh.
Sgoiltean / colaistean / roinnean / cùrsaichean / dàmhan
Dàmh nan Ealain & nan Daonnachdan
Tha UCL Dàmh nan Ealain & Humanities 'S e ainmeil ionad sàr-mhathais, far an rannsachadh den t-saoghal càileachd a 'biathadh gu dìreach a-steach dhan a h-uile prògraman oideachaidh.
Oileanaich a 'faighinn buannachd bho ioma-leud teagasg ann an sgìrean mar a' Bheurla, feallsanachd, Grèigeach & Laidinn, Eabhrach & Iùdhach Eòlais còmhla ri còrr 20 nuadh-chànanan Eòrpach. Prògraman a tha ri fhaotainn bho ar caochladh ionadan airson rannsachadh, agus an dàmh cuideachd a 'cumail an Slade School of Fine Art, a bhios gu cunbhalach a 'cur ri beòthail discourses ealain cho-aimsireil, an dà chuid gu nàiseanta agus eadar-nàiseanta.
Tha sinn ag amas cothrom a thoirt do dh'oileanaich a 'leantainn aca fhèin acadaimigeach ùidhean agus a leasachadh an dà chuid intellectually agus pearsanta.
- UCL Ealain & saidheansan (Basco)
- UCL English Language & litreachas
- UCL Eòrpach Sòisealta & Political Eòlais
- UCL Greugach & Laidinn
- UCL Hebrew & Jewish Studies
- Fiosrachadh Eòlais UCL
- UCL Feallsanachd
- UCL Sgoil Chànanan Eòrpach, A 'Chultair agus Comann
- UCL Slade School of Fine Art
Tha Bartlett, UCL aig Dàmh an Àrainneachd Thogte
Tha sinn a 'Bartlett: UCL cruinneil dàmh an àrainneachd thogte. Tha ar n-earrannan a 'spangachadh an sgìre air fad a' sgrùdadh agus rannsachadh. fa leth, iad a 'stiùireadh an cuid achaidhean. Ann an com-pàirteachas, iad a 'leasachadh ùr air freagairtean do putadh air cùisean an t-saoghail. Mar fad, iad a 'riochdachadh an t-saoghal, -dhreuchdail dàmh, aonachadh leis a 'radaigeach spiorad UCL.
Tha ar sgoiltean agus earrannan a 'còmhdach chuspairean bho ailtireachd agus planadh, gus lùth agus an t-saoghail deas, agus còmhla bidh iad a 'cruthachadh UK as coileanta agus ùr-ghnàthach dàmh an àrainneachd thogte.
Tha sinn a 'tabhann làn raon de phrògraman ann an àrainneachd thogte an achadh, bho fho-cheumnach a For-cheum, a thuilleadh aig MRes agus dhotaireil ìrean. Tha sinn cuideachd a 'ruith raon de sgoiltean samhraidh agus stèidh na cùrsaichean agus a' leasachadh an oifigear foghlam prògram airson an àm ri teachd ceannardan ann an àrainneachd thogte na proifeiseanan.
- Tha UCL Bartlett Ionad Adhartach Spatial Analysis
- Tha UCL Bartlett Leasachaidh Aonad Planaidh
- Tha UCL Bartlett Sgoil Architecture
- Tha UCL Bartlett Sgoil Construction & Stiùireadh Pròiseact
- Tha UCL Bartlett Sgoil Dealbhaidh
- UCL Cumhachd Institiùd
- UCL Institiùd airson Àrainneachdail Dealbhadh agus Innleadaireachd
- UCL Institiùd airson Global Saoibhreas
- UCL Institiùd Seasmhach Dualchas
- UCL Institiùd Seasmhach Goireasan
- UCL Space Syntax lann
Dàmh nan Saidheansan Brain
Tha UCL Dàmh Brain Saidheansan 'gabhail os làimh san t-saoghal rannsachadh agus teagasg ann an sgìrean eadar-dhealaichte neural slighean a chleachdadh gus smachd a chumail air corp dreuchdan (e.g. a 'cluinntinn, -shealladh agus òraid) comasan tuigse agus eòlas-inntinn, a tha a 'dearbhadh daonna giùlan.
Tha sinn air aithneachadh mar an t-saoghail ceannardan ann an ar-achaidhean agus ar n-obair a 'tàladh luchd-obrach agus oileanaich bho air feadh an t-saoghail. Tha dàmh agus pàirt dheth a chruthachadh air leth agus àrainneachd bheothail airson sgoilearachd agus rannsachadh.
UCL Roinn Eòrpa rannsachaidh neartmhor ann neuroscience. Tha sinn an dàrna ìre san t-saoghal, agus a 'chiad anns an Roinn Eòrpa, ann neuroscience agus giùlan le Thomson ISI Essential Saidheans Cuimsean, le a barrachd air a dhà uiread foillseachaidhean agus luaidhean mar Eòrpach sam bith eile stèidheachd. UCL Neuroscience rannsachaidh a ghineadh thairis 30% na dùthcha a 'cur ris a' mhòr-chuid de leth-ainmeachadh foillseachaidhean ann neuroscience, barrachd air a dhà uiread 'sa sam bith eile oilthigh. Ann neuroimaging agus clionaigeach neurology, UCL foillseachadh 65% agus 44% na RA a 'cur ris an t-saoghal as leth ainmeachadh papers, còig tursan sin an ath as àirde UK stèidheachd.
Dàmh an Brain Saidheansan còmhla ri Dàmhan nan Saidheansan Beatha, Saidheansan Meidigeach Slàinte agus Àireamh-sluaigh Saidheansan còmhla Sgoil Life & meidigeach Saidheansan. Tha an sgoil aon de na as motha agus as cliùitiche ann an cruinneachaidhean de eòlaichean a 'mhachair agus tha cliù eadar-nàiseanta airson teagasg fiosraichte le bhith a' gearradh a-iomall rannsachaidh. Tha SLMS Sgòthan gabhail a-steach farsaingeachd an obair rannsachaidh air feadh na sgoile taobh a-staigh naoi prìomh bhuidhnean. Tha an rannsachadh seo a dhèanamh ann an co-obrachadh le roinnean eile UCL agus le taic bho ar com-pàirteachasan le NHS urrasan, comhairlean rannsachaidh, carthannais agus gnìomhachas.
Dàmh nan Innleadaireachd
UCL Innleadaireachd rannsachadh agus a 'lìbhrigeadh trèanadh thar gach roinn den t-saoghal. Previous-eòlas agus an obair seo air a dhèanamh luath 'bhanachdach riochdachaidhean, fibre-optic conaltraidh agus am bun-structair an eadar-lìon, agus tha sinn a 'cumail oirnn a' lìbhrigeadh an t-saoghail ag atharrachadh innleachdas.
Ar n-oileanaich agus luchd-obrach a tha air a tharraing bho air feadh an t-saoghail, mar a tha ar com-pàirtichean acadaimigeach agus gnothachas. Teagaisg againn prògraman a 'cur cudrom air cuspairean a tha toirt buaidh air an t-saoghal mun cuairt oirnn, fhad 'sa bha iad an stuth a tha air a stiùireadh le rannsachadh eadar-nàiseanta as fheàrr. Buill de dàmh a 'cleachdadh an cuid sgilean air feadh Engineering institiùdan agus ionadan, taobh a-staigh UCL, agus san t-saoghal.
- UCL Astràilia
- UCL Biochemical Innleadaireachd
- UCL Chemical Innleadaireachd
- UCL Chatharra, Àrainneachdail & Geomatic Innleadaireachd
- UCL Saidheans Coimpiutaireachd
- UCL Electronic & Electrical Innleadaireachd
- UCL Sgoil Stiùiridh
- UCL Mechanical Engineering
- UCL Meidigeach Physics & Bioengineering
- UCL Saidheans, Teicneòlas, Innleadaireachd agus Poileasaidh Poblach
- UCL Tèarainteachd & Eucoir Saidheans
UCL Institiud Foghlaim
Tha UCL Institiud Foghlaim a tha san t-saoghal sgoile airson foghlam agus saidheans sòisealta. a stèidheachadh ann an 1902, againn an-dràsta tha còrr is 7,000 oileanaich agus 1,000 luchd-obrach. Tha sinn gnìomhach ann a h-uile thìr.
Anns a 2016 prìomh oifisean sansachachd, bha sinn a 'cur a' chiad 'san saoghal airson foghlam airson an treas bliadhna ann an sreath, air thoiseach air Harvard, Stanford agus Melbourne. We were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education 2014–16 for our “contribution to the policy and practice of education with international reach around innovative social research”.
We’ve trained more than 10,000 teachers over the past decade and in January 2014, we were recognised by Ofsted for our ‘outstanding’ initial teacher training in every criterion across primary, secondary and further education.
In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, two-thirds of our publications were judged to be internationally significant and over a third were judged to be ‘world leading’. The findings of our high-quality research have influenced government activity and policy in areas from early years to higher education and workplace learning. We are placed first for research strength in education in the UK.
We also specialise in study and research in health, psychology and longitudinal studies, among other areas of social science. Our three birth cohort studies have had a major impact over many years on policy for health, gender equality and young people.
- Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment
- Learning and Leadership
- cultar, Conaltradh agus na Meadhanan
- Psychology and Human Development
- Foghlam, Practice and Society
- Saidheans sòisealta
Faculty of Laws
UCL Laws is one of the world’s leading law schools. It is committed to the rigorous, multi-disciplinary and innovative study of law in all its dimensions, with particular attention to the global context in which law operates.
The faculty’s top-rated research makes a vital contribution to the quality of our teaching and the supervision of our students. It also contributes to the development of law, whilst shaping legal practice and public policy.
Our London base provides a positive opportunity to draw on the resources of a city that is the UK’s centre of law, malairt, finance and culture.
Dàmh nan Saidheansan Beatha
The UCL Faculty of Life Sciences undertakes world-leading research and teaching, which combines the strengths of UCL’s basic biological and preclinical sciences. Our work attracts staff and students from around the world, and together they create an outstanding and vibrant environment for both students and researchers. The faculty comprises the Division of Biosciences, the UCL School of Pharmacy, the UCL MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology and the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit.
The Faculty of Life Sciences along with the Faculties of Brain Sciences, Saidheansan Meidigeach Slàinte agus Àireamh-sluaigh Saidheansan còmhla Sgoil Life & meidigeach Saidheansan. Tha an sgoil aon de na as motha agus as cliùitiche ann an cruinneachaidhean de eòlaichean a 'mhachair agus tha cliù eadar-nàiseanta airson teagasg fiosraichte le bhith a' gearradh a-iomall rannsachaidh. Tha SLMS Sgòthan gabhail a-steach farsaingeachd an obair rannsachaidh air feadh na sgoile taobh a-staigh naoi prìomh bhuidhnean. Tha an rannsachadh seo a dhèanamh ann an co-obrachadh le roinnean eile UCL agus le taic bho ar com-pàirteachasan le NHS urrasan, comhairlean rannsachaidh, carthannais agus gnìomhachas.
Faculty of Mathematical & Saidheansan corporra
The Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences encompasses the logical, experimental and mathematical study of our universe. Front-line research feeds directly into our teaching programmes, and our students benefit from access to first-class laboratory facilities. The faculty offers an array of three-year BSc and four-year Master’s-level MSci degrees in emerging as well as more traditional academic areas.
The faculty provides a base for several research centres. These facilitate in-depth, interdisciplinary research through collaboration between experts within the faculty, and in related areas in Engineering and Life Sciences. The faculty also has its own interdepartmental degree programme: Saidheansan nàdarra.
- UCL Chemistry
- UCL Earth Sciences
- UCL Mathematics
- UCL Natural Sciences
- UCL Physics & Astronomy
- UCL Saidheans & Technology Studies
- UCL Space & Climate Physics (Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
- UCL Statistical Science
Faculty of Medical Sciences
The UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences brings together UCL Medical School and seven of UCL’s divisions and institutes, creating a powerhouse of medical science research and teaching.
Staff in the faculty undertake world-leading research and teaching in areas that range from viral oncology to connective tissue disease and oral health. Tha dàmh agus pàirt dheth a chruthachadh air leth agus àrainneachd bheothail airson sgoilearachd agus rannsachadh.
The Faculty of Medical Sciences along with the Faculties of Brain Sciences, Saidheansan beatha, and Population Health Sciences combine to form the School of Life & meidigeach Saidheansan. Tha an sgoil aon de na as motha agus as cliùitiche ann an cruinneachaidhean de eòlaichean a 'mhachair agus tha cliù eadar-nàiseanta airson teagasg fiosraichte le bhith a' gearradh a-iomall rannsachaidh. Tha SLMS Sgòthan gabhail a-steach farsaingeachd an obair rannsachaidh air feadh na sgoile taobh a-staigh naoi prìomh bhuidhnean. Tha an rannsachadh seo a dhèanamh ann an co-obrachadh le roinnean eile UCL agus le taic bho ar com-pàirteachasan le NHS urrasan, comhairlean rannsachaidh, carthannais agus gnìomhachas.
Faculty of Population Health Sciences
The UCL Faculty of Population Health Sciences brings together expertise in Child Health, Women’s and Reproductive Health, Population Health, Global Health, Clinical Trials, Health Informatics and Cardiovascular Science. Its aim is to deliver outstanding research and teaching for improved human health, and the unifying concept that informs its scholarship and educational activity is the life course.
The faculty’s research elucidates the biological, behavioural and psychosocial processes that operate across an individual’s life, and across generations, that affect the development of disease in populations. This research informs undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational teaching.
The Faculty of Population Health Sciences, along with the Faculties of Brain Sciences, Life Sciences and Medical Sciences combine to form the School of Life & meidigeach Saidheansan. Tha an sgoil aon de na as motha agus as cliùitiche ann an cruinneachaidhean de eòlaichean a 'mhachair agus tha cliù eadar-nàiseanta airson teagasg fiosraichte le bhith a' gearradh a-iomall rannsachaidh. Tha SLMS Sgòthan gabhail a-steach farsaingeachd an obair rannsachaidh air feadh na sgoile taobh a-staigh naoi prìomh bhuidhnean. Tha an rannsachadh seo a dhèanamh ann an co-obrachadh le roinnean eile UCL agus le taic bho ar com-pàirteachasan le NHS urrasan, comhairlean rannsachaidh, carthannais agus gnìomhachas.
UCL Social & Historical Sciences faculty
The UCL Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences represents an area of knowledge where humanities and science meet. The interests and methods of the nine component departments offer excellent opportunities for innovative and collaborative research.
Each of the departments has major research strengths in its own discipline. Nithean 200 academic staff contribute to the teaching activities across the faculty and their research activities are complemented by those of almost 100 research staff. The departments also play a major role in UCL’s growing network of interdisciplinary research centres.
- UCL Institute of the Americas
- UCL Anthropology
- UCL Institute of Archaeology
- UCL Economics
- UCL Geography
- UCL History
- UCL History of Art
- UCL Political Science
- UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies
UCL was founded on 11 An Gearran 1826 under the name London University as a secular alternative to the religious universities of Oxford and Cambridge. London University’s first Warden was Leonard Horner, who was the first scientist to head a British university.
Despite the commonly held belief that the philosopher Jeremy Bentham was the founder of UCL, his direct involvement was limited to the purchase of share No.633, at a cost of £100 paid in nine installments between December 1826 and January 1830. Ann 1828 he did nominate a friend to sit on the council, agus ann an 1827 attempted to have his disciple John Bowring appointed as the first professor of English or History, but on both occasions his candidates were unsuccessful. This suggests that while his ideas may have been influential, he himself was less so. However Bentham is today commonly regarded as the “spiritual father” of UCL, as his radical ideas on education and society were the inspiration to the institution’s founders, particularly the Scotsmen James Mill (1773–1836) and Henry Brougham (1778–1868).
Ann 1827, the Chair of Political Economy at London University was created, with John Ramsay McCulloch as the first incumbent, establishing one of the first departments of economics in England. Ann 1828 the university became the first in England to offer English as a subject and the teaching of Classics and medicine began. Ann 1830, London University founded the London University School, which would later become University College School. Ann 1833, the university appointed Alexander Maconochie, Secretary to the Royal Geographical Society, as the first professor of geography in the UK. Ann 1834, University College Hospital (originally North London Hospital) opened as a teaching hospital for the university medical school.
Ann 1836, London University was incorporated by Royal Charter under the name Oilthigh Colaiste, Lunnainn. Air an aon latha, the University of London was created by royal charter as a degree-awarding examining board for students from affiliated schools and colleges, with University College and King’s College, London being named in the charter as the first two affiliates.
The Slade School of Fine Art was founded in 1871 following a bequest from Felix Slade.
Ann 1878 the University of London gained a supplemental charter making it the first British university to be allowed to award degrees to women. Anns an aon bhliadhna, UCL admitted women to the faculties of Arts and Law and of Science, although women remained barred from the faculties of Engineering and of Medicine (with the exception of courses on public health and hygiene). While UCL claims to have been the first university in England to admit women on equal terms to men, bho 1878, the University of Bristol also makes this claim, having admitted women from its foundation (as a college) ann an 1876. Armstrong College, a predecessor institution of Newcastle University, also allowed women to enter from its foundation in 1871, although none actually enrolled until 1881. Women were finally admitted to medical studies during the First World War in 1917, although after the war ended limitations were placed on their numbers.
Ann 1898, Sir William Ramsay discovered the elements krypton, neon and xenon whilst professor of chemistry at UCL.
Ann 1900 the University of London was reconstituted as a federal university with new statutes drawn up under the University of London Act 1898. UCL, along with a number of other colleges in London, became a school of the University of London. While most of the constituent institutions retained their autonomy, UCL was merged into the University in 1907 under the University College London (Transfer) Achd 1905 and lost its legal independence.
1900 also saw the decision to appoint a salaried head of the college. The first incumbent was Carey Foster, who served as Principal (as the post was originally titled) bho 1900 gu 1904. He was succeeded by Gregory Foster (no relation), agus ann an 1906 the title was changed to Provost to avoid confusion with the Principal of the University of London. Gregory Foster remained in post until 1929.
Ann 1906 the Cruciform Building was opened as the new home for University College Hospital.
UCL sustained considerable bomb damage during the Second World War, including to the Great Hall and the Carey Foster Physics Laboratory. The first UCL student magazine, Pi Magazine, was published for the first time on 21 An Gearran 1946. The Institute of Jewish Studies relocated to UCL in 1959. The Mullard Space Science Laboratory was established in 1967. Ann 1973, UCL became the first international link to the precursor of the internet, the ARPANET.
Although UCL was among the first universities to admit women on the same terms as men, ann an 1878, the college’s senior common room, the Housman Room, remained men-only until 1969. After two unsuccessful attempts a motion was passed that ended segregation by sex at UCL. This was achieved by Brian Woledge (Fielden Professor of French at UCL from 1939 gu 1971) and David Colquhoun, at that time a young lecturer in pharmacology.
Ann 1976, a new charter restored UCL’s legal independence, although still without the power to award its own degrees. Under this charter the college became formally known as Colaiste Oilthigh Lunnainn, having previously formally been “Oilthigh Lunnainn, Oilthigh Colaiste” since its incorporation into the University. This name abandoned the comma used in its earlier name of “Oilthigh Colaiste, Lunnainn”.
Ann 1986, UCL merged with the Institute of Archaeology. Ann 1988 UCL merged with the Institute of Laryngology & Otology, the Institute of Orthopaedics, the Institute of Urology & Nephrology and Middlesex Hospital Medical School.
Ann 1993 a shake up of the University of London meant that UCL (and other colleges) gained direct access to government funding and the right to confer University of London degrees themselves. This led to UCL being regarded as a de facto university in its own right.
Ann 1994 the University College London Hospitals NHS Trust was established. UCL merged with the College of Speech Sciences and theInstitute of Ophthalmology in 1995, the Institute of Child Health and the School of Podiatry in 1996 and the Institute of Neurology in 1997. Ann 1998 UCL merged with the Royal Free Hospital Medical School to create the Royal Free and University College Medical School (renamed the UCL Medical School in October 2008). Ann 1999 UCL merged with the School of Slavonic and East European Studies and the Eastman Dental Institute.
The UCL Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, the first university department in the world devoted specifically to reducing crime, Chaidh a stèidheachadh ann an 2001.
Proposals for a merger between UCL and Imperial College London were announced in 2002. The proposal provoked strong opposition from UCL teaching staff and students and the AUT union, which criticised “the indecent haste and lack of consultation”, leading to its abandonment by the UCL Provost Sir Derek Roberts. The blogs that helped to stop the merger, are preserved, though some of the links are now broken: see David Colquhoun’s blog, and the rather more stylish Save UCL blog, which was run by David Conway, a postgraduate student in the department of Hebrew and Jewish studies.
The London Centre for Nanotechnology was established in 2003 as a joint venture between UCL and Imperial College London.
Bho 2003, when UCL Professor David Latchman became Master of the neighbouring Birkbeck, he has forged closer relations between these two University of London colleges, and personally maintains departments at both. Joint research centres include the UCL/Birkbeck Institute for Earth and Planetary Sciences, the UCL/Birkbeck/IoE Centre for Educational Neuroscience, the UCL/Birkbeck Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, and the Birkbeck-UCL Centre for Neuroimaging.
Ann 2005, UCL was finally granted its own taught and research degree awarding powers and all new UCL students registered from 2007/08 qualified with UCL degrees. cuideachd, ann an 2005, UCL adopted a new corporate branding, under which, am measg rudan eile, the name University College London was replaced by the simple initialism UCL in all external communications. In the same year a major new £422 million building was opened for University College Hospital on Euston Road, the UCL Ear Institute was established and a new building for the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies was opened.
Ann 2007, the UCL Cancer Institute was opened in the newly constructed Paul O’Gorman Building. Anns an Lùnastal 2008 UCL formed UCL Partners, saidheans slàinte acadaimigeach ionad, with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Ann 2008 UCL established the UCL School of Energy & Resources in Adelaide, Astràilia, the first campus of a British university in the country. The School is based in the historic Torrens Building in Victoria Square and its creation followed negotiations between UCL Vice Provost Michael Worton and South Australian Premier Mike Rann.
Ann 2009, a ' Yale UCL Collaborative was established between UCL, UCL Partners, Oilthigh Yale, Yale School of Medicine and Yale – New Haven Hospital. It is the largest collaboration in the history of either university, and its scope has subsequently been extended to the humanities and social sciences.
Anns an Ògmhios 2011, the mining company BHP Billiton agreed to donate A$10 million to UCL to fund the establishment of two energy institutes – the Energy Policy Institute, based in Adelaide, and the Institute for Sustainable Resources, based in London. San t-Samhain 2011 UCL announced plans for a £500 million investment in its main Bloomsbury campus over 10 bliadhna, and the establishment of a new 23-acre campus next to the Olympic Park in Stratford in the East End of London. It revised its plans of expansion in East London and in December 2014 announced to build a campus UCL East covering 11 acres and provide up to 125,000m2 of space on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. UCL East will be a part of the planned Olympicopolis that plans to transform the Olympic Park into a cultural and innovation hub where UCL will open its first school of design, a centre of experimental engineering and a museum of the future, along with a living space for students.
The School of Pharmacy, University of London merged with UCL on 1 Am Faoilleach 2012, becoming the UCL School of Pharmacy within the Faculty of Life Sciences. Anns a 'Chèitean 2012, UCL, Imperial College London and the semiconductor company Intel announced the establishment of the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Connected Cities, Lunnainn stèidhichte Institiùd airson rannsachadh air àm ri teachd na bailtibh.
Anns an Lùnastal 2012 UCL received criticism for advertising an unpaid research position; it subsequently withdrew the advert.
UCL and the Institute of Education formed a strategic alliance in October 2012, including co-operation in teaching, research and the development of the London schools system. Anns a 'Ghearran 2014 the two institutions announced their intention to merge and the merger was completed in December 2014.
Anns an Dàmhair 2013 it was announced that the Translation Studies Unit of Imperial College London would move to UCL, becoming part of the UCL School of European Languages, A 'Chultair agus Comann. Anns an Dùbhlachd 2013, it was announced that UCL and the academic publishing company Elsevier will collaborate to establish the UCL Big Data Institute. Anns an Fhaoilleach 2015 it was announced that UCL had been selected by the UK government to be one of the five founder members of the Alan Turing Institute (together with the universities of Cambridge, Dùn Èideann, Oxford and Warwick), an institute to be established at the British Library to promote the development and use of advanced mathematics, saidheans coimpiutaireachd, algorithms and Big Data.
Ann 2015 UCL established a new School of Management focused on technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, replacing its Department of Management Science and Innovation. It moved to One Canada Square, Canary Wharf in May 2016.
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