MSc Entry Procedure
We are currently accepting applications for entry in September 2017. Owing to the competition for places, candidates are advised to apply as early as they are able; the number of places on each programme is limited. The application deadline for September 2017 entry is 15 March 2017. We will not be able to consider any candidates who wish to apply after this date.
The MSc is accessible to students with a minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor's degree in a quantitative
discipline from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an
equivalent standard. International applicants can find out the equivalent
qualification for their country by selecting from the drop-down menu on the prospectus page.
Knowledge of mathematical methods and linear algebra at university level and familiarity with introductory probability and statistics is required. Applications must demonstrate a interest in quantitative scientific investigation and problem solving.
English Language Proficiency
In addition to the academic requirements above, all students whose first language is not English must be able to provide recent evidence that their spoken and written command of the English language is adequate. For the MSc Statistics (including the Medical Statistics pathway), applicants much reach at least the UCL standard level. Further information on this requirement is available at the link below.
The Department of Statistical Science has been awarded two National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) studentships in Medical Statistics for the 2017/18 academic year. The studentships cover tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and a maintenance stipend of £16,785 per annum (based on the standard UK Research Council rate with London weighting). International students may also apply, but will need to source additional funding to meet the difference in cost between UK/EU and overseas tuition fees. There is no separate application process for these studentships; all applicants to the the MSc Statistics (Medical Statistics) programme will automatically be considered.
UCL also offers a number of scholarships and other funding for UK, EU and overseas students studying Masters courses at the University. Further information, including eligibility criteria and application deadlines, can be found at the link below.
How to Apply
Applications should be made direct to UCL. Online applications can be submitted via the following link. A detailed guide to completing the online application is also available from this page.