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Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering

From Radiation Physics to Medical Robotics and AI, our postgraduate degrees cover exciting and cutting-edge areas of physics, computer science and engineering applied to medicine.

Research student works on robotic surgery system
A postgraduate degree from UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is an excellent starting point for a range of careers. Our department emphasises quality research, and our teaching staff are often world-leading researchers in their own right. As part of that community and through our integrated approach to teaching, MSc and MRes students can gain plenty of real-world experience, building skills and confidence to take into any future career. 

Our Research and Impact


Alumni at graduation. Text reads: Careers and Alumni

Student Profiles

Our alumni go into a wide range of careers: from working in industry for global companies or medtech startups, to jobs with the NHS and other healthcare providers working directly with patients and clinicians, or continuing in a collaborative and interdisciplinary field of academic research. Meet some of our alumni to find out where their degrees at UCL have led them.

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Meet the Department

UCL Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is a department of high-impact research, strong colaboration networks and award-winning teaching.  The 2020 Annual Report is a great way to get to know the department, with interviews, articles, videos and more.