Undergraduate medical students currently spend about 15% of their learning time based in general practice and other community based health related settings. The Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health (PCPH), is closely linked with the medical school’s main hospitals and primary care trusts and has an extensive network of teaching practices provides a range of academic activities, including education, research and development, supported by appropriately trained staff, learning materials and informatics.
Information on all the subjects taught as components of the MBBS Programme for the UCL Medical School is available in the Community Based Teaching web pages.
Tools and resources available to students currently studying at UCL:
|Portico Services: an on-line portal that allows you to maintain your contact details with UCL, select your modules, view your timetable and find out your exam results. You can also pay your fees, re-enrol each year and also apply for graduation tickets.|
UCL’s on-line learning space. It includes a wide range of tools which
can be used to support learning and teaching. It is used to supplement
taught modules, usually by providing essential information and
materials; it may also be integrated more fully, becoming an essential
component of the module. Some modules may have content, activities,
collaboration tools and assessments for you to use within Moodle.
The Graduate School:
aims to provide support for students in many ways, but particularly,
through its Skills Development Programme, Research Funds, Scholarships
and Codes of Practice, all of which are detailed on the web site.
|IT Support and Training Courses: If you are experiencing IT related issues or would like to know further information regarding the training courses currently on offer at UCL, then visit the Information Services Division website which will point you in the right direction|