Features - London Connection

Cassandra Ang Peer Assisted Learning benefits both Learners and Leaders
Almost four years since its inception, Sylvia Yeo reports on the continuing success of SIM's student-to-student support network
View from Senate House roof top Explore museums in the surrounds of Bloomsbury
London is the museum capital of the world, sharing the top spot with Washington
Maggie Buggie speaks at the Overcoming Global Challenges event Business experts discuss 'Overcoming Global Challenges'
Business and industry experts shared their wisdom with the next generation of leaders at a panel discussion held at the University of London
Alumni Awards 2017 Are you the next Alumni Awards winner?
British Council launches prestigious international awards celebrating UK Higher Education and distinguished alumni achievements
Winners of the Charter Day Awards 2017 Warm words and high praise in a historic secret garden
Celebrating staff achievements in six separate categories, the Charter Day Awards 2017 cast a warm glow over an intimate Bloomsbury garden
Mr Tan Aik Chiat Preparing for a second life with an MSc in Professional Accountancy
Tan Aik Chiat talks to Joeylyn Lee about pursuing a second career and his passion for continuous learning
Making mistakes is the route to better computing
Having the confidence to make mistakes could help you become a more successful coder, suggests Goldsmiths, University of London
Tehreem Khalid Joy, excitement and beautiful memories in Lahore
Saad Wasim reports on an occasion of great pride at University College Lahore's 19th Graduation Ceremony
Dr David Cantor Dr David Cantor on gang violence in Latin America
The Director of the School of Advanced Study's Refugee Law Initiative investigates the connections behind violence and mass migration from the Latin America region
Information Security WannaCry and ransomware: it's time you got serious about cyber security
Keith Martin, Professor of Information Security at Royal Holloway, comments on the recent ransomware attack