About UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences
In 2011, the UCL School of Life & Medical Sciences established four UCL faculties representing one of the largest and most prestigious aggregations of academics in biomedical, life and population health sciences. The School has a global reputation for teaching informed by leading research.
- Faculty of Brain Sciences
- Faculty of Life Sciences
- Faculty of medical Sciences
- Faculty of Population Health Sciences
- UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science
- UCL Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology
- UCL Institute for Global Health
- UCL EGA Institute for Women's Health
- UCL Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care
- UCL Institute of Child Health
Our principles and values
Pursuit of excellence
Excellence, as judged by national and international benchmarks, characterises all that we do.
Academic freedom and accountability
We foster a culture that facilitates excellence, recognising that our staff are the source of new knowledge, the inspiring teachers, and the enterprising individuals. The School's role is to facilitate their work while operating a fair and transparent accountability framework.
Many advances stem from perspectives gained by combining insight from different disciplines. This is something the School does particularly well and will continue to exploit, linking to other faculties within UCL and beyond.
Our reach and influence is extended through collaborative partnership working, providing external stimulus and challenge as well as new insights. Our partner specialist hospitals are a unique asset, with whom ever stronger collaborative links are being forged.
The tripartite mission
Education, research and enterprise are interdependent and the pursuit of excellence applies to all three. We seek an optimal student experience through a genuine research-informed approach to education.