Study at UCL
At the UCL Cancer Institute, you will be joining a scientific community dedicated to discovering new techniques in cancer detection and treatment that can make a real different to the lives of cancer patients. We are part of UCL's School of Life and Medical Sciences - one of the largest concentration of biomedical researchers in Europe, with partnerships, affiliations and facilities that are second to none.
NEW for September 2018 entry, the BSc Cancer Biomedicine programme is built around our academic excellence in biomedical sciences and cancer research. Our flagship taught Master's degree, MSc Cancer, provides students with the opportunities to develop valuable key skills and experience with which to progress a career in academia or industry - applications for September 2018 are now open with dedicated scholarships of £25,000 and £5,000 available.
Postgraduate research programmes span the breadth of academic expertise within UCL. We currently have one Cancer Research UK-UCL Centre funded Clinical Fellowship open to application until Friday 16 March 2018.