University College London Union

Useful Links

UCL new students newsfeed
New at UCL? Here’s some useful information.

UCL Student Support & Wellbeing
UCL Student Support and Wellbeing Services (SSW) provides information, advice and welfare support for all registered students, including delivery of related student events.

UCL Careers
For advice on careers and employment opportunities. Also, information on international jobs and volunteering.

UCL Talent Bank
A service through UCL Careers hosting jobs and internship opportunities for students, graduates and postgraduate researchers.

UCL Public Engagement Unit
Find out more about how UCL connects with the wider community.

A record of your volunteering
Keep a tally of what you’ve done using this form .. it will come in handy at the end of the year when we’re creating a certificate for you.

UCL Transitions
Support with dealing with life at UCL.

UCLU Rights & Advice Centre
Support for UCL students on finance, housing, immigration and consumer issues and with academic appeals.

UCL Student Psychological Services
The Student Psychological Service is dedicated to helping UCL students with personal, emotional and psychological concerns. 

London Nightline
London Nightline is a confidential listening, support and practical information service for students in London. They are open from 6pm to 8am every night of term.

Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide.

UCL Grand Challenges
UCL’s interdisciplinary work on Global Health, Sustainable Cities, Intercultural Interaction and Human Wellbeing?

UCL Connected Curriculum
Connected Curriculum is an institution-wide initiative, launched in September 2014. Its main aim is to ensure that all UCL students are able to participate in research at all levels of their programme of study, in line with the UCL 2034 strategy.

UCL ChangeMakers
UCL ChangeMaker Projects is a new opportunity that invites students to take an active role in university life. By running a research project you will investigate and explore your idea, gathering the evidence needed to support your proposal.

UCL Cultural Consultation Service
The UCL CCS (Cultural Consultation Service) aims to enhance learning and teaching outcomes for students and staff facing cross-cultural and social conflicts.

National Council for Voluntary Organisations
The umbrella body for the voluntary sector in the UK

Articles about volunteering