UCL Faculty of Life Sciences


Biomedical Sciences MSc Virtual Open Day

Studying Biomedical Sciences MSc - ALASDAIR GIBB

JULY 29, 2020

Are you keen to seek a career in biomedical organisations and institutions or becoming involved in clinical trials? Or are you interested in a career in research?

These industries and academia are looking for the UK’s top pure science students. Gain an advantage in these challenging times by studying an MSc in Biomedical Sciences.

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This programme will provide you with invaluable practical skills in Physiology and Anatomy and a postgraduate qualification from one of the top 10 Universities in the world.

Nearly half of the students who study the UCL MSc in Biomedical Sciences go on to do a PhD. UCL is world-leading in Biomedical Research with many active research institutions and labs from the Institute of Child Health to the Royal Free Hosptial to the Institute for Opthalmology and many more.

This provides our MSc students with a uniquely wide range of choice for research projects. Additionally, UCL still runs individually led research projects rather than group research projects. We believe that this better prepares our students for future career success.

The UCL Biomedical Sciences MSc also offers a uniquely wide variety of taught modules to ensure that students can explore a range of interests.

Recent alumni are now pursuing PhDs at universities such as Oxford and Imperial as well as working in industry for companies like GSK.

What next?

Once you have viewed this video, please join us for one of our live Q&A sessions below. We will be using Slido for your questions. Please send them using this link www.slido.com and the following event code: #83407

Session 1

When: July 29, 2020 from 10am

With: Alasdair Gibb

Join this Q&A session

Useful links

MSc Biomedical Sciences Prospectus Page

MSc Biomedical Sciences Detailed Module Information

Learn more about Alasdair Gibb, Programme Lead

Covid 19 Research at UCL