UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences



UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences is at the forefront of innovation and research in the medical sciences. Our faculty of research leaders and dedicated team of NHS-based teachers provide our students with the highest quality education and training.
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Our divisions

Our portfolio of research and taught programmes reflects our expertise in clinical and translational science.

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Student experience

Curious about what it's like to study at UCL? Learn more about what our Medical Sciences students are up to.
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Contact details for the UCL Faculty of Medical Science.

We partner with outstanding training hospitals that allow students to gain hands-on experience putting their education into practice, and getting valuable contact time with leading doctors and patients alike. We’re proud of our connections with top partner hospitals and institutions, such as UCLH, The Royal Free, The Eastman Dental Hospital and the Francis Crick Institute.

A unique combination of pioneering research, best in class academics and clinicians, cutting-edge facilities, world-renowned partner hospitals & institutions and location in the world’s most global city makes it one of the best places in the world to undertake medical education at an undergraduate and postgraduate level.

At UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences, we constantly challenge ourselves to be more innovative – from the areas in which we research to the techniques we use to the technologies that we leverage. If you are intellectually curious, keen to push boundaries and seeking genuine challenges in your studies UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences is the place for you.

Diversity is at the core of UCL

UCL embraces the principles of equality, diversity, and inclusion. We are proud that our graduate population is made up of students from many different cultures and countries and reflect broad intellectual interests.

These values are fundamental to the ethos of the University, and we feel that this promotes intellectual curiosity, productivity, and success. UCL takes great pride in the diversity represented on campus.

UCL is recognized as a world leader in Medical Science education. Our medical department is made up of students from all over the world. Medical practice is a universal practice, therefore, we feel it is critical for our student demographic to be reflected by as many countries, cultures, and backgrounds as possible. Diversity and inclusion are key to nurturing success.