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Postgraduate Taught Degrees

Join us at our Graduate Open Day

Tuesday 26th March 2019 (10.00-13.00)

Our programmes

The UCL Division of Medicine offers ten postgraduate masters degree programmes with some common elements and some elements specific to each programme:

In addition to the Masters qualifications above, some of these programmes are also available as Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) or Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) qualifications.

Studying with the Division of Medicine

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).

The Division of Medicine is offering 3 bursaries of £5000 each to students on the following programmes:

For full information and to apply, please read and complete an application form and return to Nick Bone by 31st July 2019.

These bursaries are not applicable to the MSc Clinical and Public Health Nutrition, MSc Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition or MSc Drug Design. To see other funding opportunities, please see UCL's Scholarships and Funding page.

Download 2019/20 Bursary Application Form (.doc)

 

 

Studying at UCL

UCL is a world-leading university, consistently appearing in the top 10 in the QS World University Rankings. 

It is one of the top two universities in the UK for number of professors, which means that our students are taught by the most highly qualified experts in their field (Higher Education Statistics Agency 2011). It also has the best academic to student ratio in the UK (1:10), enabling small class sizes and outstanding individual support (Times 2013).

UCL provides an environment that encourages students to be ambitious - to want to change the world for the better. In 2011–2012 alone, UCL supported the creation of 34 new student businesses, and nearly half all students volunteered on community projects. 

UCL Portico Building

Based in the heart of one of the world's great cities, it offers an unrivalled student experience. Above all, when it comes to entering the careers market, London graduates start with a real advantage, with so many of the country’s leading employers in the worlds of law, finance, business, media and communications on their doorstep.

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What Our Students Say

"I was drawn to the dynamic and cosmopolitan ethos of UCL, as well as its reputation for being a leading global academic institution. The MSc Clinical and Public Health Nutrition has been excellent in both the breadth and depth of topics it covers and has given me a  strong foundation in evidence-based nutritional science. Lectures are given by world-class experts and one of the highlights of the course is the opportunity for individual research. The careers support is brilliant and I've been fortunate to meet with healthcare, industry and pharmaceutical professionals, including from Abbott Nutrition. With support always available from friendly course tutors and a tight-knit community of fellow students, UCL has been a fantastic and truly unique place to study." 

Sabrina Neilson, MSc Clinical and Public Health Nutrition   

"I found that all the tutors and staff were dedicated to help us achieve and strongly suggest this course to anyone interested in understanding the drug industry and gaining hands on research experience."

Jed Wingrove, MRes Clinical Drug Development 

"I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at UCL, have utmost respect for the course leaders and lecturers and will forever have very fond memories of my time here and all the wonderful people I have met"   

Aleeza Rosenberg, MSc Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition