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UCL Medical Sciences Masters Programmes

UCL Medical Sciences Masters Programmes

Do you want to be at the forefront of solving some of the big medical issues of the 21st century? Study Medical Sciences at UCL, and you can.

UCL is number 9 for Medicine in the world and number 1 in London. Enrol on one of our Masters programmes and you’ll be studying alongside some of the world's greatest minds in clinical medicine and science. Add to that a unique mix of pioneering research, cutting-edge facilities and world-renowned partner hospitals & institutions, and UCL is one of the best places in the world to gain a Masters in Medical Science.

Our recent breakthroughs include: the development of a bio artificial liver for patients with acute liver failure, the study of dental disease in elite sports people, and changes to the NICE guidelines for the diagnosis of men with prostate cancer, so that MRI is a first line of investigation. The science behind innovations such as these underpins our degree programmes, which are preparing the future leaders in medical sciences.

We’re looking for students with a curious mind, who want to question, challenge and break the boundaries of medical and scientific knowledge with us.

Find out more about our upcoming virtual open days here.

UCL Medical Sciences Masters Programmes

Our students are prepared for a range of careers in the growing medical sciences industry, from working in pharmaceuticals or biotechs, moving into the field of medical innovation and enterprise, healthcare education or carrying on to further study.

We offer a range of MSc degrees to help further your career. Many of these degrees can also be studied as MRes, PGDip or PGCert. Our programmes include:


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