The Division of Biosciences offers a diverse range of undergraduate degree in areas such as biomedical sciences, medicine, neuroscience, physiology and pharmacology.
Why study Biosciences at UCL?
- UCL is ranked No. 8 in the World for Life Sciences (2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings)
- All students have the opportunity to study in a world class research-led environment.
- We have an outstanding international reputation, and a community of over 550 staff and 300 PhD students engaged in cutting edge research and collaboration.
- We proudly hold a Bronze Award from Athena SWAN and are working towards a Silver Award.
UCL is home to world-class research institutes, including the Centre for Environment and Biodiversity (CBER), the Centre for Life’s Origins and Evolution (CLOE) and the UCL Genetics Institute (UGI).