Institute of the Americas
UCL Institute of the Americas is a leading multidisciplinary specialist institution for the study of Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America and the United States.
The Institute offers the UK's largest programme of undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees on the Americas. Its research was ranked 1st in Area Studies and Impact in the REF 2021.
The UCL Institute of the Americas was established in July 2012, as part of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences. The Institute offers six taught postgraduate degrees, specialist supervision to doctoral level, and new undergraduate degree programmes which include the exciting opportunity to study abroad.
As a student at the UCL Institute of the Americas, you will be taught by world-leading scholars at the cutting edge of research in the humanities and social sciences. The Institute provides and encourages comparative and interdisciplinary debate on the Americas that will enable you to gain a broad knowledge and understanding of the most recent scholarship on the region.
The Institute also runs a series of free events to support teaching and research. Members work with colleagues at UCL and globally to promote cutting-edge research, teaching and public policy debate on the Americas.
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