UCL provides an outstanding environment for training future generations of interdisciplinary researchers in basic and clinical neuroscience. Its scientific excellence and location in the heart of London attracts many of the best students from around the world. Find out more by browsing the sections below:
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UCL hosts taught undergraduate and postgraduate (Master's) degree programmes dedicated to neuroscience, plus several flagship PhD programmes solely dedicated to different aspects of neuroscience. UCL Neuroscience also makes significant contribution to training clinical academic leaders of the future through Academic FY2 posts in neurology, plus Academic Clinical Fellow and Clinical Lecturer programmes at the Institute of Neurology/National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Institute of Ophthalmology/Moorfields and Institute of Child Health/Great Ormond Street Hospital, plus a large number of Clinical Research Fellow and Clinician Scientist academic trainees competitively funded by the major biomedical funding agencies.