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How to Apply
Normally, a minimum of an upper-second class UK Bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences, life sciences or related subject area, or a medical degree (MBBS), or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Applicants with an appropriate professional qualification and relevant work experience may also apply. Applicants should be confident using computers and show some evidence of numeracy (minimum GCSE Mathematics or statistics or a module with a good mark in their degree).
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The Institute welcomes applications from international students. Students whose first language is not English, are required to provide evidence of their ability to understand and speak and write English to a standard that will ensure that language problems do not impede their academic progress. UCL accepts a number of qualifications including the British Council International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Language Centre offers both a one-year full-time Certificate in English
for Special Purposes and a range of pre-sessional English Language
Courses for those who do not meet UCL's minimum standard.
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- Language Centre
- Certificate in English for Special Purposes
The International Office is a centre of expertise and advice for overseas students, who are welcome to seek help or guidance in many areas such as immigration, housing, finance, English Language, tuition and fees.
Application should be submitted directly to UCL admissions.
The closing dates:
for UK/EU students is 3 August 2014
for overseas students is 31 July 2014.
There is a maximum of 20 students accepted onto the program per year.
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