As London’s Global University, UCL is engaged with the wider world and committed to changing it for the better. Recognised for its radical and critical thinking and widespread influence, it has an outstanding ability to integrate education, research, innovation and enterprise to address real world problems for the long-term benefit of humanity.
Today, UCL is one of the world's very best universities, currently placed 7th in the world rankings and 3rd in Europe. With an annual income of £1.36bn (£530m of which is derived from the delivery of world class research), UCL continues to invest in providing a truly exceptional global academic experience for its 38,000 students, 12,000 staff and 200,000 alumni.
‘UCL 2034’ sets out the University’s strategic goals for its further development and investment in industry leading information services will be a key enabler. In response to this goal, UCL is embarking on a significant IT/business change programme to ensure that the University can operate with increasing levels of sophistication, efficiency, agility and speed in all of its endeavours. Consequently, sector leading information services must be provided to not only ensure that an exemplary staff, student and partner experience is provided as standard but also to ensure that the broad range of UCL’s activities are underpinned by a resilient and secure data architecture and technology infrastructure that ensures maximum access to large volumes of agile data, regardless of geography. UCL recognises the increasingly critical role technology innovation will play in the overall growth and success of the university and the Information Services Division will play a key role in enabling this whilst also delivering maximum return from technology investment.
The UCL School of Management is home to UCL’s business and management research and education programmes. The School has forged a reputation for world-leading research and teaching in the areas of innovation, analytics, entrepreneurship, and the creation and growth of technology-intensive organisations.
The School is a member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools. Our academic staff, comprised of 96 academic and teaching faculty, is organised around five research groups, Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Organisations & Innovation, Operations & Technology, Marketing & Analytics, and Finance, Accounting & Economics. We offer undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD programmes in Management, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, Finance, Information Management for Business, and Management Science. We also teach a variety of elective courses in finance, management and entrepreneurship in various other departments around UCL.
The UCL School of Management is looking for an Adjunct Teaching Fellows in the fields of Software Engineering, Mathematical Foundations of Management, Behavioural Science, and Managing the Growing Firm.