UCL Division of Medicine



Researchers within the UCL Centre for Rheumatology contribute to several distinguished taught courses at UCL
MSc Clinical Drug Development

MSc Clinical Drug Development

This course provides training at both the science and clinical level in the major advances in rheumatology research, epidemiology, management and treatment in the last five years. 

BSc in Applied Medical Sciences

BSc Applied Medical Sciences

This BSc combines training in the biological sciences with particular reference to human health, so that graduates are familiar with human biology and clinical medicine.

MBBS Programme


The goal of the MBBS programme at UCL is to produce The UCL Doctor: a highly competent and scientifically literate clinician, equipped to practise patient-centred medicine in a constantly changing modern world, with a foundation in the basic medical and social sciences.

MSc /MRes Human Tissue Repair

Biomedical research aims to understand human tissue repair after injury and in disease and to provide effective targeted therapy.