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Phone Number of University College London is +44 (0)20 7679 2000 .

University College London - UCL is a constituent college of the University of London, based primarily in Bloomsbury in the London Borough of Camden. University College London - UCL was founded in 1826 under the name "University College London - UCL " as a secular alternative to the religious universities of Oxford and Cambridge. As such, it is often described as the "third oldest English university" (although other institutions also claim this title)UCL was the first university institution to be founded in London, the first university institution in the United Kingdom to be established on an entirely secular basis and admit students regardless of their religion, and the first to admit women on equal terms with men. UCL became one of the two founding colleges of the University of London in 1836. UCL's founding principles of accessibility and liberalism have encouraged the institution to champion innovation, diversity and relevance to society, positioning it at the forefront of education and research.


University College London - UCL is located in Bloomsbury, Central London. The main campus is on Gower Street, although there are also other UCL buildings throughout London. The Gower Street campus includes the UCL science and main libraries, the language departments, the history departments, the Bloomsbury theatre, the biology and physics departments, and the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. A further set of buildings near neighboring Gordon Street and Gordon Square includes the Institute of Archaeology, the chemistry department, the philosophy department the Bartlett School of The Built Environment and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.


The area around University College London - UCL is occupied by a number of other renowned institutions, including the British Library, the British Museum, the Royal Academy of Art, the British Medical Association, and the Welcome Trust. Many University of London schools and institutes are close by, and these include the SOAS, Brubeck, University of London, the Institute of Education, the School of Advanced Study, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Senate House Library, which houses the University of London's world-class research collections; these focus on the arts, humanities and social sciences. (All UCL students on degree courses and all UCL staff have full access to this library and its electronic resources).


University College London - UCL offers more than 200 degrees in traditional fields of study, with virtually all subjects rated internationally-excellent or world-leading. Many students get to learn abroad; UCL has partnerships with 46 of the world’s top 100 universities. University College London - UCL has hundreds of collaborative research and teaching partners, including almost 150 research links and 129 student-exchange partnerships with top European and North-American universities.


Although University College London - UCL voluntarily remains a constituent college of the University of London, it is in many ways comparable with free-standing, self-governing and independently funded universities, awarding its own degrees. Today, with over 8,000 staff and 22,000 students from over 150 countries (international students make up for a third of the student body), University College London - UCL is larger than most other universities in the United Kingdom, and is physically and academically at the centre of the University of London.


There are currently 21 Nobel prizewinners amongst UCL’s alumni and former staff. The most recent addition in October 2009 was Professor Charles Kao who was awarded a Nobel prize for Physics. Professor Kao undertook his PhD at UCL under the supervision of Professor Harold Barlow.


University College London - UCL is one of the UK's premier research intensive universities. As such, it is an important member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading universities. UCL has placed cross-disciplinary research as a priority and is orientating its research around four "Grand Challenges". Professor David Price, Pro-Provost for Research explains: "We believe we have a moral obligation to make a difference to global problems, and to combine the knowledge that our research generates to develop wisdom that can be applied in each of the four Grand Challenges: Global Health, Sustainable Cities, Intercultural Interaction and Human Wellbeing.


The UCL library is divided across several sites within the University College London - UCL campus and across Bloomsbury. All in all, there are over 16 different libraries. Access to each library is gained by the use of an electronic swipe card through electronic security barriers. The libraries are linked together by a networking catalogue and request system called eUCLid. The largest collection of material is held in the Main Library, which is in the University College London - UCL Main Building. It contains UCL's collections relating to arts and humanities, history, economics, public policy and law. The Flaxman Gallery, a collection of sculptures and paintings by artist John Flaxman, is located inside the library in the Octagon building under UCL's central dome.


The second largest library – the University College London - UCL Science Library – occupies the DMS Watson building on Malet Place. It contains UCL's books and journals related to Engineering, Mathematics, anthropology, geography, and science. It is adjacent to the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, access to which is next to the library entrance. Other libraries within UCL include the Cruciform Library (medical science), the Environmental Studies Library (architecture and planning) and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies library on Taviton Street.


The union, founded in 1893, has a credible claim to be England's oldest students' union. Today the union exists to provide a wide range of services to University College London - UCL students. It is run by elected student officers, and supports a range of services, including numerous clubs and societies, sports facilities, and an advice service, as well as a number of bars, cafes and shops.


University College London - UCL has a long-running, mostly friendly, rivalry with King's College London within the University of London. UCL is often referred to by students from the latter using nicknames such as the "Godless Scum of Gower Street", in reference to a comment made at the founding of KCL, which was based on Christian principles. University College London - UCL students and staff also refer to King's as "Strand Polytechnic" in a similar attitude. Historically the college rivalry was known as "Rags".


Due to its position within London and the historical nature of the UCL Main Building and quad, University College London has been used as a location for film and television productions.
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University College London Address


The address of University College London is Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK.

University College London Email Address


The email address of University College London is postmaster@ucl.ac.uk.

University College London Website


The Website of University College London is www.ucl.ac.uk.

University College London Customer Support Service Phone Number


The customer support phone number of University College London is +44 (0)20 7679 2000 (Click phone number to call).

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