We offer four types of research degree:
MPhil/PhD: Doctor of Philosophy (Science/Clinical)
Programme Code: RRDEDISING01
This is a three-year full time or five-year part time programme which offers the possibility for students to undertake a research project under the guidance of a primary supervisor from Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Microbial Diseases, Clinical Research may be laboratory or clinically relevant depending on the needs of the research project.
Four years Clinical Experience MPhil/PhD: Doctor of Philosophy (Science/Clinical)
Programme Code: RRDEDIS4YR01
This is a full-time, four-year course which offers the opportunity to work on a science or clinically-relevant project under the guidance of a supervisor. However, the student will be linked with a clinical unit depending on his/her trained specialisation. The student will be offered the chance to sustain limited clinical activity during the course depending on the demands of the hosting division.
DDent: Paediatric Dentistry
This three-year programme of full-time study requires the completion of a specified number of taught components and (where applicable) practical assignments plus a research thesis. Additionally, it is expected that the student will undertake a certain number of clinical sessions as part of this program. Find out more
MD(Res): Doctor of Medicine (Research)
The two-year MD(Res) is aimed specifically at individuals in clinical practice who wish to undertake a piece of supervised research associated with their employment
All prospective applicants, except those applying for advertised studentships, are encouraged to send an informal research enquiry. This should either be sent directly to the academic you are interested in working with or the Research Student Administrator.
Making a research enquiry helps define your interests, contributes to making your application successful and also serves to ensure the identification of the best possible supervisor for your needs. Read about our different departments.
Some of our applicants wish to submit their own research proposal. If you wish to do so, please make sure that first you identify a suitable supervisor with the correct expertise. If you are unsure, please contact the Research Student Administrator.
All applicants must meet UCL's general entry requirements for MPhil/PhD.
If your education has not been conducted in the English language, you will be expected to demonstrate evidence of an adequate level of English proficiency.
The English language level for this programme is: Good. Further information can be found on UCL's English language requirements page.