The iBSc year allows students to pursue an individual subject, of their choice, in considerable depth, with a strong emphasis on undertaking an extended research study. Active engagement with UCL’s connected curriculum means that students are encouraged to integrate this research intensive year into their ongoing medical studies and across all modules taken during the year.
The multi-faculty, multi-disciplinary structure of UCL means that we are in a strong position to offer a wide range of degree programmes of high academic standing (currently 18 programmes but this is subject to change). Detailed information about the available Integrated BSc programmes is made available to students during their second MBBS year.
Places are offered to UCL Medical Students through an allocation process which is managed by the Medical School as set out on the iBSc Moodle Course.
A small number of IBSc programmes additionally offer places to external medical students through an application process which is managed by the relevant IBSc department. Programmes which are known to offer places to external students are listed below and external students should visit the departmental webpages or email the named contact.
Current UCL Medical Students
Please see our Moodle course for the allocation process and programme details of all iBSCs available:
- iBSc Moodle Course for current Year 2 students
- Year 3 student queries please email: email@example.com
Programme Leads and Programme Administrators
Programmes currently accepting external students:
Faculty of Brain Sciences
Faculty of Engineering Sciences
Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Faculty of Medical Sciences
- Clinical Sciences
- Maths, Computers and Medicine
- Oncology (Please email course lead Dr Chrissie Thirlwell)
- Orthopaedic Science
- Sports & Exercise Medical Sciences
Faculty of Population Health Sciences
- Cardiovascular Science
- Global Health
- Primary Health Care
- Women's Health (Please email course lead Dr Melissa Whitten)
Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences