Health Informatics and Multiprofessional Education MPhil/PhD
- Infection and population health
- Epidemiology and public health
- Primary care and population health
- Clinical trials, meta-analyses and epidemiological studies
- Evaluation of health care/population health interventions, services and systems
- Health informatics and use of new technologies in health and health care
- Health inequalities
- Behavioural science and HIV
- Life course influences and healthy ageing
- Quantitative and qualitative research
A minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. A relevant Master’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution is desirable.
English level expected: Standard
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ESRC, MRC, MRC/ESRC, NIHR, Cancer Research UK, Diabetes UK, Wellcome Trust, National School of Primary Care and British Heart Foundation studentships have been secured in prior years.
Prospective research students should contact academic departments and research groups to enquire about further funded opportunities.
Full details of funding opportunities can be found on the UCL Scholarships website
Students graduating in the last three years have secured employment in local and central government, NHS Trusts and hospitals, clinical trial units and Public Health England (previously known as Health Protection Agency), as well as research posts at UCL and other Higher Education Institutes.
The Institute offers world-class education and training. It manages many of the UK’s largest, most comprehensive longitudinal data sets, and evaluates strategies for the prevention and treatment of physical and mental ill-health. It carries out innovative work on behaviour change, on the practice of primary care as well as leading applied health and health policy research.
The Institute produces graduates with the skills and knowledge sought after by government departments and public sector organisations worldwide, as well as leading academic institutions.
The Institute’s research departments collaborate with third sector and governmental organisations, as well as members of the media, both nationally and internationally to ensure the highest possible impact of their work beyond the academic community. Students are encouraged to do internships with relevant organisations where funding permits. Members of staff also collaborate closely with academics from leading institutions globally.
"The careers events organised as part of the MSc were a good chance to network, as representatives from academia, industry and clinical practice were all present to talk about the opportunities available to graduates in their respective areas."
Subject: Women's Health, Faculty: Population Health Sciences
"London is in many ways the centre of the global health and development world. Many of the world's leading non-governmental organisations are based here and policymakers are on the doorstep. UCL and its students are lucky to be able to take advantage of these opportunities."
Senior Teaching Fellow in Global Health
Subject: Global Health (Institute for), Faculty: Population Health Sciences