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Modern purpose-built lecture theatre. Excellent visibility and professional A/V systems. 2 minutes from underground station. Easy access from all main line stations. Parking for cars and minibuses opposite.
Please note that while a major refurbishment project is under way at University College London, we are unable to use the Logan Hall at the Institute of Education for our study days. It is unlikely to be available again before September 2018.
I have been particularly impressed with the entire experience.
W – October 2017
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UCL was established in 1826 to open up education in England for the first time to students of any race, class or religion. Its founding principles of academic excellence and research aimed at addressing real-world problems, inform the university’s ethos to this day.
More than 6,000 academic and research staff are dedicated to research and teaching of the highest standards. Nobel Prizes have been awarded to 29 former academics and graduates and UCL ranks consistently amongst the most-cited universities in the world.
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The Institute stoically weathered three decades of protest, planning obstruction and general bad rep before being awarded grade II listing in 2000. Lately, IOE had its place in the BBC sun as leading background in hit drama The Bodyguard (the high adrenaline scenes in the park in the concluding episode) and in the John Le Carré adaptation The Little Drummer Girl (where one of the wing blocks detonated in a cleverly orchestrated fake terrorist attack).
The world is changing and we are committed to changing with it and finding new ways to bring you the very best in art business education. We have expanded our Online Course catalog to include a wide variety of online learning formats, session lengths, and art world topics. From one-hour live video lectures to eight-week in-depth explorations, our catalog is designed help you find a course that fits your interests, schedule, and learning style.
This six-week course provides students with a roadmap for understanding contemporary art by examining critical works by artists including Donald Judd, Barbara Kruger, Tania Bruguera, and Alfredo Jaar, among many others. Course starts September 2.
You are at the homepage of the CEE website. The Centre for the Economics of Education was established in March 2000 and receives core funding from Department for Children, Schools and Families / Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills .
The CEE seeks to undertake systematic and innovative research in the field of the economics of education by applying the latest techniques of empirical analysis. We look at a broad range of questions including why people invest in education and training, the way education systems are organized, and the impact of education and skill acquisition on economic and social outcomes. Our programme covers education at all stages of people’s lives.