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Why Study At UCL Medical School?
UCL Medical School is committed to excellence in education. The Medical School has a strong reputation for teaching informed by cutting-edge research and a distinguished cadre of academic staff. UCL Medical School has a range of clinical facilities, teaching laboratories, lecture theatres and libraries. This infrastructure, dedicated team of internationally acknowledged world leaders and highly trained technical staff, provides the ideal learning environment for medical students.
- One of the top ranking universities in the UK for research in basic medical sciences and clinical medicine
- Experiencing research-led teaching from current leaders in basic medical science and clinical medicine
- Opportunity to learn anatomy through dissection, in addition to prosection, computer simulation imaging and other modern methods
- Clinical teaching in some of London’s world famous hospitals, by leading healthcare professionals
- Opportunity to practise your clinical skills in our fully equipped clinical skills centres
- A medical school truly integrated into the multifaculty institution of UCL with all the associated benefits in terms of sporting, cultural and social facilities
- The widest range of integrated BSc opportunities in the UK
- Situated in the heart of cosmopolitan London
- A vibrant, dynamic and friendly place in which to be a student
- Strongly supportive environment with welfare clinics to address medical students’ concerns
- For highly motivated and especially able students there is the opportunity to obtain a PhD in addition to the BSc and MBBS degrees. A small number of students are selected each year for the MB PhD programme; selection takes place during the integrated BSc year (year three) or during year two for graduate entrants