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Dear students, share your “Digital Student Experience” by 11 December!

Our objective is to improve the delivery of the University of London International Programmes digital services and ensure they become more student-centred.

It will take no more than 15 minutes: You will find the unique survey link in your email inbox with the subject “Help improve the ‘Digital Student Experience’ and win...
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36.9 million people were living with HIV globally in 2014, 70% of them in Sub-Saharan Africa. On World AIDS Day, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine looks at what it will take to truly end AIDS by 2030.

What will it take to end HIV?

"The business world is changing rapidly and there are more and more new challenges. We need to have executives who are able to adapt to these challenges and to address them, in order to ensure their company and their activities remain profitable. An MBA provides the necessary toolkit."

London Connection Q&A: Global MBA Programme Director, Ioannis Kokkoris

"Here I am in paradise!" Bloomsbury has made it to the Seychelles and is checking out the fantastic venue for our Student and Alumni Reception on Friday. We are so excited to meet you all at the event #UOLWorldClass

Instagram photo by University of London • Nov 29, 2016 at 12:50pm UTC

Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women, was born on this day in 1832. In honour of her 184th birthday, we revisit this 2013 post by student blogger Caowrites on how the American novelist inspired her BA English studies.

Inspired by Louisa May Alcott

Our three engaging speakers tonight (clockwise from top): Dr Sarah Singer, the Programme Director for our online MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies.

Dr Karl Blanchet is Director of the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Professor Jill Marshall is Module Convenor and founding author of the Human Rights of Women LLM...
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Arrangements for tonight's #UOLDiscuss event are complete!

Our evening of discussion with leading academics will begin in just under an hour.
Happy 180th birthday to the University of London! The University was founded by Royal Charter on 28 November 1836, making it one of the oldest universities in England.

University of London: History

Our very first #UOLDiscuss event takes place in London tonight. Join us from 5:30pm and hear from leading academics on the issues raised by the current humanitarian crisis.

"The world is currently facing a crisis of forced migration, with many far reaching consequences: for global services, such as health; for human rights and protection; and for demography and development."

The Humanitarian Crisis: Refugees, Rights and Resilience - 28 November, Senate House, London

Returning to study is an exciting, but daunting journey. New Cert HE English student blogger Kasun shares his ideas to help remain focused as he starts out on this path.

Returning to study at 24 and 7 tips that are helping me cope

"The production of food can have a major impact on the environment due to it being a major contributor to environmental stress, both through greenhouse gas emission and water use."

- Dr Alan Dangour, Reader in Global Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, on the relationship between climate change and global food production.

How does climate change affect what we eat?

Get your “Digital Student Experience” heard!
We are calling on students to take part in this major external research project to help improve the delivery of our digital services and ensure they become more student-centred.
Check your email to take the 15 minute survey by 11 December.
You will find the unique survey link in your email inbox with the subject “Help improve the ‘Digital Student...
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Congratulations to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine on winning the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) ‘University of the Year’ award for 2016!

The School was the judges’ unanimous choice, given in recognition of its response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa in 2014/15.

The School provides academic direction for our range of distance learning postgraduate health...
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Happy Thanksgiving! We are grateful for you, our global student community.

What are you most grateful for?
Ask your questions about the Professional Accountancy programme in this event at 13:00-16:00 today.

During the session, you can interact with the Professional Accountancy team from UCL, University of London International Programmes and ACCA.

Professional Accountancy - Live Q&A with UCL and ACCA

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We are thrilled to announce the winners of our #imagenation5 photo competition!

The entries this year have been phenomenal and we would like to thank all of our students and alumni who took part. You truly are the #UOLWorldClass!

University of London International Programmes

Staff, students and guests are gathering to volunteer for or attend the very special annual Foundation Day at our beautifully decorated Senate House, London

The significant anniversaries we are marking: 180 years since the creation of the University of London by Royal Charter on 28 November 1836, and 80 years since the completion of Senate House.
"This event will address some of the key themes surrounding Europe's response to the 'refugee crisis' and explore how we - through education - can understand and combat the populist rhetoric that is drowning out the voices of those in need of protection."

Join academics from across the University of London next Monday 28 November for a discussion on the migrant crisis in Europe.


Humanitarian Crisis: Refugees, Rights and Resilience

The work of our alumnus and acclaimed author, H.G. Wells is being celebrated across the UK as part of the 2016 Being Human Festival.

This year, we marked the 150 year anniversary of his birth.

Reanimating H.G. Wells: An Exhibition

“Almost thirty years after signing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the plight of many children has not improved. It is high time that children are no longer viewed as a marginal issue, but one of the most critical dimensions of international development.”

- Professor Ilias Bantekas, Course Convenor of ‘International Rights of the Child’ (Postgraduate Laws) comments on issues...
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