School of Biomedical Sciences



INTRODUCTION

These are exciting times for biomedical scientists, as we strive to tackle major global challenges, including new diseases, increased drug resistance and an ageing population. King's is at the forefront of current advances in basic and applied sciences, building on a rich legacy of discovery and innovation.

With world-renowned staff, research teams and facilities, we offer a stimulating study environment. Our reputation for medical research is well established; we have six prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Centres – more than any other university – and we have gained consistently high ratings in all Research Assessment Exercises to date.

The latest National Student Survey showed that the School's students are very satisified with their experience at King's, with each subject area scoring above the national average. And with a 97% overall satisfaction rating, the School was rated joint first in the areas of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmacy.


PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

We offer eight innovative BSc programmes exploring the systems and mechanisms
underlying human body functioning, normal life processes and the biological and molecular changes that occur in human disease. This knowledge underpins modern medicine and is fundamental to biomedical science.

In addition, our professionally accredited Pharmacy degree combines rigorous scientific study with comprehensive practical skills training.

*International Science Foundation Programme*
For details of this programme and available pathway routes into the School of Biomedical Sciences for international students who do not yet qualify for direct entry please visit the English Language Centre webpages at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/elc.

KEY FACTS

School of Biomedical Sciences
Email
Telephone
020 7848 7966/7967
Fax
020 7848 6510
Website
Address
King’s College London
Capital House
Guy’s Campus
London SE1 3QD

PROFILE

Undergraduate students: 1,847
Graduate taught students: 306
Graduate research students: 194
Academic and research staff: 360
Guy's Campus