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Departmental Society Development Awards - This year's winners
On 6 June 2022, we recognised the hard work of our Departmental Societies with the first-ever Departmental Society Development Awards, showcasing the incredible work UCL student groups have done to build a deeper students’ sense of community and belonging in their Departments.
We've made the 2022 BUCS Awards shortlist! 
We're proud to announce that we've been shortlisted for the Diversity and Inclusion Award at this year's BUCS Awards.
Our response to the Howlett Brown investigation into the BSA
The findings of the Howlett Brown investigation into the Bartlett School of Architecture, which revealed a toxic culture, are truly shocking. No one who chooses to study at our institution should have to enter an environment where abuse of this kind, and on this scale, exists.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses UCL Ukrainian Society
On Friday 10 June 2022, UCL Ukrainian Society hosted a special event with guest speaker Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Organised by the Ukrainian Students’ Union, nine university Ukrainian Societies had the chance to meet, and put a question to, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy via Zoom.
Three Minute Thesis - Winner Announced
An 80,000-word thesis would take 9 hours to present. Their time limit… 3 minutes!The 3MT competition asks Doctoral candidates to present their research in just three minutes, in language appropriate to non-specialists, and with only one single presentation slide to support them.
Team England Commonwealth Games Selection
Deborah Alawode, Gold Elite Athlete on the TeamUCL High Performance Programme, has secured selection for Team England and will be competing in the 76kg Weightlifting class at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this summe
'There are too many stand out moments to list!'
Hasha Dar is currently completing his third year of Mechanical Engineering. A self confessed 'workaholic' he's been actively involved in a staggering 16 societies - so there's no way he couldn't be a part of our Class of 22!
You Asked, We Answered: 7 Questions About Housing
It's Housing Week - so we're sharing all our tips and tricks to help you find your perfect place! Our Advice Service took over our Instagram stories yesterday to answer your questions about housing, and we've compiled the most useful into an article for you.
'If you can dream it, you can do it!'
Graham is one of our Faculty Reps - he represents students across an entire UCL Faculty and is a member of one of the Union's key decision-making bodies, Education Zone.
'I've gained so much from being a part of sport at UCL'
As a Sports Rep and Assistant Coach, Issy Smith has also held a number of positions in sports club committees and is a former Project Active Events Assistant.
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.