Applicants must have completed pre-clinical medicine at a UK university, with a minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor's degree.
Months of entry
Research can be undertaken in any field of biomedicine, from epidemiologically-based population studies to moleculur biology of cancer. Research can be undertaken within the UCL or in our partner Francis Crick Institute, close by.
UCL is one of very few UK universities which offers an MBPhD course. UCL has a very strong research base in biomedicine and the college includes many world-class institutions, including those of Neurology, Ophthalmology and Child Health. UCL is renowned for immunology and cancer research. MBPhD students can be offered PhD study in the Francis Crick Institute close by. For the education in clinical medicine, London has always been the centre of medicine in the UK, with its large diverse population which brings patients with widely varying diagnoses from all continents and cultures.
Information for international students
Please see: www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/international-students
Fees and funding
In the MBPhD programme, the PhD stage is funded by a series of studentships from various sources, many of which are charitable. Typically, studentships include an annual stipend of £15,000 (approx.), UCL home-level fees, plus a contribution to laboratory costs. Please see MBPhD programme website.
Funding opportunities available for students is provided by the UCL Graduate School.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Ms Susan Beesley
- +44 (0)20 7679 0886