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Career - 22.06.2023
UCL's electrical vehicle (EV) salary sacrifice lease scheme will go live on 23 June
UCL’s electrical vehicle (EV) salary sacrifice lease scheme will go live on 23 June
Read more about our new electrical vehicle (EV) salary sacrifice lease scheme, which will go live on Friday 23 June at 9am.

Career - Innovation - 22.06.2023
Studying the humanities can benefit young people’s future careers and wider society
Studying a humanities degree at university gives young people vital skills which benefit them throughout their careers and prepare them for changes and uncertainty in the labour market, according to new research by Oxford University.

Politics - Career - 21.06.2023
Double disadvantage: Unemployment, youth and electoral participation in the UK
Who will win the next UK General Election? With January 2025, the date by which the election must be held, just 18 months away, the public sphere is again focusing on this question. But before we can forecast who will live in 10 Downing Street, we need to take a step back and ask another question: who votes? Or more importantly, who does not? By Dr Leo Azzollini, P ostdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford's Institute for New Economic Thinking, Department of Social Policy, and Nuffield College.

Environment - Career - 20.06.2023
Summer Showcase celebrates Sustainable Chemical Technologies research
Summer Showcase celebrates Sustainable Chemical Technologies research

Environment - Career - 19.06.2023
Chris Skidmore: Net zero is the economic opportunity of the decade, and the UK should lead on it
Chris Skidmore: Net zero is the economic opportunity of the decade, and the UK should lead on it

Economics - Career - 16.06.2023
Imperial innovators win big at Mayor's Entrepreneur Competition
Imperial innovators win big at Mayor’s Entrepreneur Competition

Career - Economics - 14.06.2023
Three GDI academics receive prestigious Hallsworth and Leverhulme fellowships

Career - 12.06.2023
The Office for Open Research launches Open Research Fellowship Programme
The Office for Open Research launches Open Research Fellowship Programme

Career - Social Sciences - 08.06.2023
Global review finds financial rewards could help teacher recruitment and retention
Global review finds financial rewards could help teacher recruitment and retention
Financial incentives could be an effective way to support teacher recruitment, particularly in schools with high levels of socio-economic disadvantage, finds a new review led by UCL researchers and published by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).

Health - Career - 07.06.2023
UK medical students and doctors are increasingly vulnerable to financial difficulties
Medical students and doctors are at increasing risk of experiencing financial difficulty throughout their careers, with reasons ranging from illness and disability to high training costs and student debt, according to a new study led by researchers at UCL.

Environment - Career - 07.06.2023
University of Warwick launches Sustainability Training School

Career - 02.06.2023
Support and services over the summer break
Support and services over the summer break

Economics - Career - 01.06.2023
Smiles and jokes help good managers boost hotel staff performance
Smiles and jokes help good managers boost hotel staff performance
Using humour can help managers encourage hotel staff to provide guests with better service. Hotel managers who share a smile and a joke with their teams are more likely to see staff 'going the extra mile' when engaging with customers, a new study reveals. Using humour has the effect of raising team energy and prompting more positive staff behaviour towards guests - particularly among 'less-traditional' workers and employees who prefer to have different experiences.

Career - 30.05.2023
Government urged to improve menopause employment care to keep women in the workplace
A lack of support is pushing women experiencing menopause symptoms out of work, business leaders and academics have warned MPs.

Career - Campus - 25.05.2023
University of Warwick academic awarded funding from The British Academy/Wolfson Fellowships Awards

Career - 23.05.2023
Northern regions received £21m less from flagship ’levelling up’ fund

Career - Economics - 23.05.2023
Live immersive experience only possible with 'deep pockets' of creators, report reveals
Live immersive experience only possible with ’deep pockets’ of creators, report reveals
More than half of creatives who put on live/location-based immersive experiences are having to self-fund performances, a new report finds.

Career - 22.05.2023
Young carers less likely to graduate from university
Young carers less likely to graduate from university
Young people who provide informal unpaid care to family members or others outside their household are on average 38% less likely to obtain a university degree than their counterparts with no caring responsibilities, according to a new study by UCL researchers. The study, published in Advances in Life Course Research , looked at up to 10 years of data from more than 27,000 young adults in the UK who were aged between 16 and 29.

Pedagogy - Career - 18.05.2023
UCL to support innovative resources platform for international school counsellors
The new innovative content sharing and best practice platform that will offer advice and guidance to international school counsellors, tasked with advising the brightest global students on university and career selection, will be supported by UCL.

Pedagogy - Career - 18.05.2023
UCL co-creates innovative resources platform for international school counsellors
An innovative content sharing and best practice platform that will offer advice and guidance to international school counsellors, tasked with advising the brightest global students on university and career selection, is to be co-created by UCL.

Career - History / Archeology - 15.05.2023
Former Manchester student Meera Syal wins BAFTA’s highest award

Career - Social Sciences - 12.05.2023
Making a difference with jobs and skills for local communities

Health - Career - 10.05.2023
New report finds action is required to protect UK health research
New report finds action is required to protect UK health research

Career - Electroengineering - 10.05.2023
Royal invitation for University's longest-serving employee
Royal invitation for University’s longest-serving employee

Innovation - Career - 03.05.2023
Launch of Cyber Innovation Hub

Career - Event - 26.04.2023
Researchers win prestigious national award celebrating ’outstanding women post-doctoral scientists’

Career - 24.04.2023
Raheem Sterling Foundation partners with The University of Manchester and King’s College London

Health - Career - 19.04.2023
Growing divide in regional health inequalities exposed
A new report, involving University of Manchester researchers, has found a worrying pattern of lower life expectancy, higher infant mortality and worse health and wellbeing in the North of England.

Health - Career - 19.04.2023
Neil Hanley to become new Head of the College of Medical and Dental Sciences

Politics - Career - 18.04.2023
Opinion: We need a National Energy Transition Authority to help fossil fuel workers adjust
Opinion: We need a National Energy Transition Authority to help fossil fuel workers adjust

Career - 18.04.2023
10 years running: The RVC retains its HR Excellence in Research Award

Health - Career - 14.04.2023
Impact of COVID-19 on UK care homes for older people and workforce revealed
Impact of COVID-19 on UK care homes for older people and workforce revealed

Health - Career - 04.04.2023
2 million awarded for development of beta cell implant for type 1 diabetes

Computer Science - Career - 04.04.2023
University of Birmingham wins 1.2m funding for AI and data science scholarships
University of Birmingham wins £1.2m funding for AI and data science scholarships

Research Management - Career - 31.03.2023
Four Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

Career - 31.03.2023
Analysis: Remote working - how a surge in digital nomads is pricing out local communities worldwide
Analysis: Remote working - how a surge in digital nomads is pricing out local communities worldwide
PhD researcher Dave Cook (UCL Anthropology) draws on his studies around the world to describe in The Conversation what makes a someone a "digital nomad," how many there are in the world, and the effects they are having on society.

Life Sciences - Career - 30.03.2023
UCL professors win European Research Council grants to explore cutting-edge research
UCL professors win European Research Council grants to explore cutting-edge research

Career - Computer Science - 30.03.2023
The Bartlett announces funding to diversify the AI and data science sector
The Bartlett announces funding to diversify the AI and data science sector

Career - 29.03.2023
Funding to extend partnerships with Ukraine universities

Career - Transport - 22.03.2023
Launch of UCL's electrical vehicle (EV) car salary sacrifice scheme and other benefits
Launch of UCL’s electrical vehicle (EV) car salary sacrifice scheme and other benefits

Pedagogy - Career - 22.03.2023
University of Leeds launches fully-online MSc

Campus - Career - 22.03.2023
Government science adviser encourages more researchers to influence policy

Career - Campus - 20.03.2023
Manchester remains the favourite university of UK’s top employers

Career - 17.03.2023
Graphene CDT student receives STEM for BRITAIN award nomination

Career - 17.03.2023
What are the real effects of the cost-of-living crisis on students?
What are the real effects of the cost-of-living crisis on students?

Health - Career - 15.03.2023
’Painful’ Legacy of Asbestos in Scotland to be tackled with £2.1M funding for University of Glasgow

Microtechnics - Career - 15.03.2023
Robots can help improve mental wellbeing at work - as long as they look right
Robots can help improve mental wellbeing at work - as long as they look right
Robots can be useful as mental wellbeing coaches in the workplace - but perception of their effectiveness depends in large part on what the robot looks like.

Career - Economics - 10.03.2023
Leading banking expert delivers Leeds masterclass
Leading banking expert delivers Leeds masterclass

Law - Career - 08.03.2023
Emma Ritch Law Clinic to improve access to justice for sexual offence cases

Health - Career - 08.03.2023
Women’s trailblazer wins government funding