UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences


UCL Division of Medicine PG Virtual Open Days 2020

The Division of Medicine brings together clinical and basic scientists undertaking world-leading interdisciplinary research, teaching and patient-care. Medicine is a multi-disciplinary division incorporating a spectrum of specialties and a wide range of scientific, clinical and educational expertise. Students benefit from productive collaborations between scientists and clinical researchers and exposure to the clinical aspects of research activities.

The Division has access to world-class research facilities and equipment, including the Centre for Biomedical Research at our Royal Free campus and the Clinical Research Facility at University College London Hospital (UCLH).

We understand that you will be thinking about what will happen in the new academic year. Challenging, adapting and doing things differently have always been the UCL way and will be at the heart of what we do in the 2020-21 academic year. We promise that we will not compromise our academic standards and should you choose to study with us, we will ensure you have a great experience and graduate with an excellent degree that is valued around the world.

Virtual Open Days

Please join us for our virtual open days to hear more about our degree programmes.

Tuesday 23 June 2020  3-3.30pm UK Time
Virtual Open Event for the following degrees:

MSc Respiratory Clinical Science
MSc Human Tissue Repair
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Thursday 9 July  3-3.30pm UK Time
Virtual Open Event for the following degrees:

MSc Clinical and Public Health Nutrition
MSc Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition
MSc Obesity and Clinical Nutrition
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Thursday 16 July 2020 12-12.30pm UK Time
Virtual Open Event for the following degrees:

MSc Advanced Biomedical Imaging
MSc/MRes Clinical Drug Development
MSc/MRes Drug Design
MSc Precision Medicine
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Our programmes at a glance

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/MRes in Clinical Drug Development in collaboration with leaders in the pharmaceutical industry offers specialist training in drug development from current innovations to unmet clinical needs. Click here to find out more.
The MSc in Clinical and Public Health Nutrition provides evidence-based learning, for students to gain an understanding of how malnutrition is diagnosed and treated in both a clinical and community setting. Click here to find out more.
The MSc/MRes in Drug Design, also available via distance learning, provides knowledge of pharmaceutical industry practice and how new medicines are discovered and designed. 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.

The MSc in Obesity and Clinical Nutrition, students will learn the latest techniques in the treatment of obesity which will incorporate the most up to date research in the area, new technologies and real-life treatment of this disease through clinical visits. Click here to find out more.

The MSc in Respiratory Clinical Science focuses on the study of the scientific and clinical basis of Respiratory diseases with all courses and modules directed towards understanding disease and the effects on patients. Click here to learn more.

The MSc in Precision Medicine offers state-of-the-art knowledge relating to a 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 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.