UCL Medical School


MBBS Student Support

Welcome to UCL Medical School Student Support.

During your time at Medical School, you may find yourself facing all sorts of pressures and difficulties. This is completely normal, and we are here to help! We are a friendly team whose aim is to offer you outstanding, clear and accessible advice on all pastoral matters throughout the entirity of your time at the Medical School.  Our experienced staff can easily provide the right help and support for you no matter what the problem may be.

In the sections below you will find various resources from Student Support, including how to make an appointment with one of our Student Support tutors, but if you have any questions at all or would simply like to meet the team, please contact us directly using the details below:

Tel: Ellie Weale020 3987 2145
Tel: Purvangi Dave020 7679 9417

Why not visit us in person? We welcome students to walk in and say hi. We also have private consultation rooms should you need to chat to us in confidence. You can visit us in the Student Support office [G12] Rockefeller Building and we look forward to seeing you and hearing how you're getting on. Please be aware that while there are still restrictions, the office may not always be manned and so for the time being, it is best to check with the team to see who will be onsite. Hopefully we will be back to normal soon! 

Dr Will Coppola

How we can help you

Everything from making appointments with Student Support Tutors, Wellbeing advice to Occupational Health guidance


A-Z of Policies and FAQs

Along with our Core Programme Information, the A-Z also addresses frequently asked questions and signposts information which we feel may be helpful to students

Personal Tutors…

Personal Tutors

All you need to know about the scheme - for students and Personal Tutors



Making ends meet, how to manage your money, apply for bursaries and get help when you need it


Supporting your career

Careers advice and developing your CV, preparing for your application to the National Foundation Programme, the SJT, the EPM and your Medical School Referees