Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care


Undergraduate offer holders

Congratulations on receiving your offer to study our Population Health Sciences BSc. We're delighted that you're considering us, and we look forward to welcoming you to the UCL community! This page contains useful links and information to help support your journey to UCL.

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The UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care is one of ten Institutes, School and Centres that make up the Faculty of Population Health Sciences. As a student within the Faculty of Population Health Sciences you join a community of scientists and experts who are utilising the best scientific approaches including innovation in clinical trials, informatics, omics, data science, social science research and epidemiology to solve societal health problems. 

Catch up | 2024 offer holder session  

Our Population Health Sciences BSc offer holder session took place on Tues 16 April 2024 at 11.00 am, if you were not able to join the session you can catch up now: 

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Learn more about the programme

Useful links

Speak to a current student

Mona is a third year student on the Population Health Sciences BSc programme. Mona is happy to answer any questions you have on unibuddy. 

Message Mona

Meet other Offer Holders

Goin’ Connect allows you to start meeting other students who are planning to study at UCL. 

Find other students who:

  • Share the same interests
  • Are from the same city or country
  • Will be studying on the same course

Your invitation to register will be sent via email from UCL. 

Meet Sanya, your Student Adviser 

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Hi, I’m Sanya. I am one of the Student Advisers for the Faculty of Medical Sciences and the Student Adviser for the Faculty of Population Health Sciences. I am here for you as a key point of contact during the first year of your undergraduate studies. I am available to discuss any wellbeing, support, and student experience matters. 

As part of the Student Support and Wellbeing team, Student Advisers are here to support you in your transition to university life. Your Student Adviser will:

  • Meet with you and understand how you are finding UCL and being a student here
  • Support you with any matters relating to your wellbeing and student experience 
  • Help you to identify solutions to questions and challenges
  • Discuss any aspects of university life that you are not sure about - whether that’s policies, assessments or finding the right kind of support

Find out more about Student Support and Wellbeing

Contact us 

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact the programme team at: bscpopulationhealth@ucl.ac.uk