Find out about the iBScs we offer for external candidates below. You can click through to read more about each programme.
The iBSc in Cardiovascular Science, offered by the Institute of Cardiovascular Science provides students with a rigorous foundation in the key knowledge and skills relevant to cardiovascular science and its application in clinical and healthcare settings. The programme covers emerging topics on diagnostics, advances in treatment and surgical intervention and devices in cardiovascular disease.
The iBSc in Clinical Sciences, offered by the UCL Division of Medicine, exposes medical students to the translation of basic science research into novel therapies for human disease, and the philosophy, governance and social implications of health research.
The iBSc in Global Health, offered by the UCL Institute of Global Health gives students a thorough understanding of global health and the economic, social, political and cultural forces that shape health and health systems worldwide. Course modules cover a huge variety of subjects from essential drugs to asylum seekers, from global trade to gender, using a cross-disciplinary approach.
The iBSc in Mathematics, Computers and Medicine, jointly offered by the UCL Division of Infection and Immunity and the UCL Department of Computer Science, offers medical students training at the frontier between biomedicine, computer science and mathematics, with focuses on computer programing, mathematical modelling and analysis of big data.
This iBSc offered by the Department of Anthropology is uniquely designed to provide Medical students with techniques for gaining cross-cultural understanding through specially designed courses including 'Clinical Ethnography' and 'Anthropology for Medical Students' to provide them with life-long learning skills that they can use throughout their medical career. Students will be taught key concepts in Medical Anthropology to examine how health and well being are socially and culturally constituted in contexts of cultural diversity.
This iBSc, offered by the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is designed to introduce medical students to the basic physical principles and techniques involved in the technology employed in health care. Because medical imaging forms a large part of the syllabus, our degree is of particular relevance to medical students who are considering an eventual specialisation in radiology.
This iBSc is offered by the UCL Cancer Institute The programme teaches technology and innovation in cancer research and clinical cancer management which is transferrable to other areas of medicine. This programme is delivered by world-class cancer researchers and clinicians and includes a variety of teaching methods and assessments.
This iBSc, offered by the Department of Science and Technology Studies, provides an opportunity to approach modern medicine through the lens of collaborating activities: (1) ethics and philosophy of science, (2) science policy and governance, and (3) science communication and engagement. It offers a package of modules rich with real-world knowledge set firmly within core academic frameworks.
The iBSc in Primary Care Research and Clinical Practice, offered by the Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care, is the longest running primary care BSc in the UK. This programme offers a unique combination of ongoing clinical experience (students are attached to a designated general practitioner tutor) and the acquisition of academic skills relevant to a career in clinical medicine.
This iBSc, offered by the Department of Psychology and Language Sciences, covers a range of disciplines in psychology, providing a conceptual, methodological and historical background. Topics include the science of mind and behaviour, development, cognition, including memory, perception and language. and the effects of drugs and mental illness on the brain. It also covers the dominant theories in intelligence and personality. Alongside core learning students choose from a range of optional modules in topics such as social psychology or cognitive neuroscience.
This iBSc, offered by the Department of Science and Technology Studies, provides the opportunity to explore the wider origins and evolution of science, technology, and medicine. The programme also offers opportunities to explore fundamental questions about science, its methods, and its understanding of the world around us.
The iBSc in Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences, offered by the Division of Surgery and Interventional Science, provides medical students with the foundations in musculoskeletal healthcare and exercise physiology, necessary for a career in sports medicine.
The iBSc in Women's Health offered by the Institute of Women's Health, provides a unique insight into maternal, fetal and neonatal health, reproductive health and women's cancers. The programme will enable you to broaden your knowledge base of cross-cutting themes relating to women's health care needs - including ethics and law, global health, research methodology, development of new technologies, service delivery, patient and public engagement.