The UCL Division of Medicine will be hosting an open day for prospective students interested in finding out more about its wide range of study and research opportunities on Tuesday 27th March 2018.
Click here to RSVP for the event.
The UCL Division of Medicine brings together clinical and basic scientists undertaking world-leading interdisciplinary research which impacts upon understanding, diagnosis and treatment of human disease.
Our aim is to educate, train, and inspire the next generation of leading scientists and doctors to assist in the development and delivery of outstanding patient care.
The open day will provide an opportunity for clinicians, biomedical scientists and engineers to gain an understanding of the Division's research and teaching strengths and the broad range of clinical and scientific career avenues that studying at UCL can offer.
In 2018, we will be offering three bursaries of £5,000 to prospective MSc candidates. For eligibility criteria and to apply, please click here.
Our programmes at a glance
New for 2018, the MSc in Precision Medicine offers state-of-the-art knowledge relating to mechanistic understanding of disease and technologies that detect, diagnose and specifically treat causal factors of disease. Click here to find out more.
The MSc in Advanced Biomedical Imaging, run by UCL’s world renowned Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging, provides hands-on experience of cutting edge pre-clinical imaging technologies. Click here to find out more.
The MSc in Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition covers basic nutrition science and offers clinical exposure to the diagnosis and treatment of children and adults with eating disorders. Click here to find out more.
The MSc/MRes in Human Tissue Repair aims to understand human tissue repair after injury and in disease to provide effective targeted therapy. Taught by leading scientists and clinicians, the degree provides an integrated approach focusing on inflammation, immunotherapy and transplantation science. Click here to find out more.