UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences


Discover our Medicine MBBS BSc programme at UCL

21 September 2023, 4:30 pm–5:30 pm

An image of a doctor in a hospital theatre

Come and join us online to hear about our exciting UCL Medicine MBBS Programme.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to







Emiliana Di Donna

Find out more about the 6-year MBBS Medicine Degree Programme at UCL, the entry requirements and selection procedure.

This session also has several staff members and students on hand to answer all the queries that you have in relation to medical admissions.

The session will run for one hour from 16:30 to 17:30 BST. There will be a presentation about the programme at UCLMS and entry requirements followed by a Q&A.


16:30-16:35 - Welcome and introduction with our Deputy Programme lead, Dr Sarah Bennett

16:35-17:00 - A programme overview with Dr Sarah Bennett

17:00-17:30 - Q&A with MBBS staff and students

17:30 - Event closes

We look forward to welcoming you online. In the meantime, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing medsch.mbbs@ucl.ac.uk

Access profile

  • Live captioning will be available at this event
  • This event is taking place on Zoom Webinar

We aim to make our events as inclusive as possible, so if you have any accessibility requirements or any other enquiries that are not covered in the above access profile please contact the events team at fmscomms@ucl.ac.uk. If you could contact us allowing as much time as possible before the event we will be able to ensure where required that the appropriate measures are taken.

About the Speaker

Sarah Bennett

Admissions Tutor and the Deputy Programme Lead for the MBBS Medicine degree at UCL

Sarah is the Admissions Tutor and the Deputy Programme Lead for the MBBS Medicine degree at UCL Medical School (UCLMS). After graduating from UCL Medical School, she pursued a career in General Practice but is currently working full time at UCLMS. Being able to teach future doctors and inspire the next generation, has been the driving force for her current career step as a medical educator, and her passion lies in supporting students’ progress; through admission, to graduation.