The Institute for Women's Health has a strong programme of teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level and is a recognized centre for postgraduate clinical training.
The Institute contributes to and organises a major course module in Women’s Health and Men's Health for approximately 340 undergraduate students each academic year within Year 5 of the medical curriculum.
Our high quality MSc programmes are led by researchers and clinicians with expertise across the whole spectrum of women’s health.
We provide a multi-disciplinary and cross-cutting environment for PhD and MD(Res) students, covering several themes including gynaecological cancer, bioinformatics, reproductive medicine, prenatal genetics, maternal and fetal medicine, and neonatology.
The Institute hosts the UCL Integrated Academic Training Programme for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. We support training in research excellence at all four stages of the programme.
Making Babies in the 21st Century - Explores the new reproductive technologies, the opportunities they provide, and the profound social challenges they pose.
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At the EGA Institute for Women’s Health we have an active outreach programme designed to give students an insight into life at university.