Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering


Information for International Students

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Hey!  Hola!  你好!  안녕하세요!  こんにちは! سلام! مرحبا!  हैलो!  привет!  

Dear international candidate, we are pleased that you are considering the study of Medical Physics and Bioengineering at UCL to further your education at the baccalaureate, masters and doctorate levels.

Historically, UCL has been a beacon of inclusiveness and opportunity for people regardless of sex, race and creed since its founding in 1826 as "London's University". Inspired by the powerful, forward-thinking ideas of Jeremy Bentham on equality and equal opportunity, we were the first institution in the UK to admit students on an entirely secular basis, and the first to admit women on equal terms with men in a coeducational environment.

Likewise, our department has had a long history of collaboration as our research is, by definition, multidisciplinary. We depend on people with various scientific and medical backgrounds and different points-of-view to be able to find new connections and novel interactions between them.

Wander around the department and you will find people from all over the world working together to crack the boundaries of science with our cutting-edge research. Together, we strive to better understand the physics of the medical world and to engineer new approaches for applying our science to medicine.

The best way to find out more about the department is to browse this website, contact us and visit us at our main campus in central London.

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