Global Business School for Health


BSc/MSci Business and Health

Welcome to UCL's Business and Management undergraduate degree with a health focus. As organisations and companies explore new ways to support the health sector, the demand for leaders focused on business and health has grown. Merging the two essential fields of business and healthcare, our BSc/MSci Business and Health is a dynamic and innovative programme that will enable you to become a business-savvy leader in this ever-growing sector.

Having the chance to take the programme as a three-year BSc or a four-year integrated master, the BSc/MSci Business and Health programme gives you a core business curriculum including accounting, marketing, finance, strategy and entrepreneurship coupled with cutting-edge courses in health and healthcare.
More importantly, you get to shape the programme around your interests and future career plans through specialist routes and an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and global perspectives through study abroad and placement options. Consequently, whether you decide to do the bachelor’s or integrated master’s degree, you will leave this programme equipped to be a business and health leader in one of the most dynamic and growing sectors in the world.

Who it's for:

  • Individuals looking to gain an innovative business and management degree with a deep dive into the health and healthcare space from a world top 10 university
  • Individuals keen to gain global perspectives through studying abroad, work experience and research skill development 
  • Those looking for options to further specialise in healthcare management or health science
  • Appeals to those curious about the dynamic health ecosystem and diverse health organisations
  • Individuals keen to become senior management leaders of healthcare
  • Students interested in applying state-of-the-art theories in real-world health settings taught by world leading academics
  • Suited for individuals with a passion for engaging in the evolving landscape of health services
  • Students who want the option to take an Integrated Master's degree
  • Students who wish to go into a diverse range of health-related professions