The world is changing. With UCL’s range of flexible programmes in Medical Sciences, you could be the breakthrough.
Applied Medical Sciences BSc
Medical Innovation & Enterprise BSc/MSci
Infection & Immunity BSc
Cancer Biomedicine BSc
Nutrition & Medical Sciences BSc
Medical Sciences & Engineering BSc/MSci
Sport & Exercise Medical Sciences BSc
Love science? Hate commitment?
Need more time to find your passion? Our programmes give you the flexibility to swap, so you can follow the path you choose.
(some restrictions apply. Does not include the BSc/MSci Medical Sciences and Engineering).
About UCL’s Faculty of Medical Sciences
In a world that’s changing, you can change the world. From COVID-19 to cancer, we are at the forefront of fighting the world’s biggest health problems.
Science can save the world, and we need scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs. Whether you want to be a bio-scientist, a medical innovator, work in a pharmaceutical or public health, our range of cutting-edge Medical Science programmes will kick-start your life-changing career.
We’re number 10 in the world (QS World Rankings 2021). Learn from teachers who are disrupting medical thinking, in outstanding facilities. UCL Medical Sciences - Be the breakthrough.
Why study at UCL?
UCL is a world leader in medical education. We’re home to innovators, change makers and brave thinkers. Our breakthrough research, cutting-edge teaching and state of the art facilities ensure that our students gain the knowledge and skills to go out into the world and make their mark. Add to that our world-renowned partner hospitals & institutions and location in the world’s most global city, and UCL is one of the best places in the world to kick-start your career.
Did you know?
Nobel Prizes have been won by no less than 29 current and past students and academics at UCL.
Six of these have been awarded to former students and staff of the Faculty of Medical Sciences.
The First Surgery under Anaesthesia was performed by a surgeon at UCL.
The immune system and autoimmune disease were both discovered at UCL.
UCL Medical Sciences plays a leading role in providing Londoners with first-rate health care by being associated with several major teaching hospitals, including the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, the Royal Free Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Video series: Life in Medical Science
Exploring Space Medicine and caring for astronauts, to finding a life-saving cure for prostate cancer - hear what our Faculty of Medical Sciences students have to say about studying at UCL and where they hope it will lead them in the future.