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Demystifying UX design and testing


In the first event of its kind, co-managed by the University of London and the Bloomsbury Learning Environment, learning technologists and digital workers where brought together, to discuss User Experience (UX) processes in an...

London Terrorist Incident


The University of London extends its deepest sympathy to all those affected by the terrorist incident in London on Wednesday.

ILAS unveils Latin America master’s that fills an historic gap


Graduate students considering research-based careers specialising in Latin America are being offered the opportunity to take part in a new master’s programme at the Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS).

Cry freedom: long road to open journalism in the Commonwealth


Hostility to press freedom and journalistic independence is growing across the Commonwealth and journalists face increasing obstruction and even physical danger.

International Women’s Day: academics share their thoughts


To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March, we asked five of the School of Advanced Study’s female academics – Dr Maria del Pilar Kaladeen, Professor Jane Winters, Professor Diamond Ashiagbor, Dr Sarah Singer and Dr Godela...

International Women's Day 2017 at the University of London


The University of London was the first higher education institute to admit women in the 1840s, with a supplementary charter written in 1878 admitting women degrees on an equal status with men.

Revised statutes: consultation


Amendments to the University’s Statutes are sought in order to keep them aligned with the new University of London Act, which is currently under consideration in Parliament and which should receive Royal Assent in summer/autumn...

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