UCL Medical School


Opportunities for Contribution to Quality Improvement

UCLMS welcomes opportunities for students to be involved in quality improvement both within UCLMS and providing feedback on medical education in national surveys.


The QAEU administers a funding scheme, the Student Quality Improvement and Development fund (SQUID), which aims to improve and develop the quality of medical education for UCL students.

If you have an innovative idea for a concept aimed at enhancing your medical student experience and require funding, then why not apply for a SQUID?

Find further details and information on how to apply on the SQUID webpage.

UCL Arena ChangeMakers

UCL ChangeMakers provides project funding and support to students and staff who want to work together to enhance the learning experience of students at UCL.


Peer-Assisted Learning allows final year medical students the option to take a module where they teach earlier years clinical skills as well as gaining training in teaching themselves.

Consider being a Student Representative 

Student Reps provide a unique link between the faculty and students. They amplify the student voice and attend joint meetings with faculty to advocate for change and to share information between staff and student groups. They also gain a much better insight into what goes on behind the scenes at the medical school.