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Undergraduate study

Academic staff across the School contribute teaching and modules to King’s  Biomedical Sciences and Medicine courses. The School offers two Intercalated BSc degrees offering medical and dental students the opportunity to study a focused one-year programme in this discipline. 

UCAS Code B150
Duration Three years, or four years with a year abroad

Study for a BSc Anatomy, Developmental & Human Biology degree at King's College London.

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UCAS Code C700
Duration Three years, or four years with a year abroad/extra-mural year or MSci

Study BSc Biochemistry degree in the Department of Biochemistry at the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King's College London.

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UCAS Code BC99
Duration Three years, or four years with a year abroad/extra-mural year

Study BSc Biomedical Science degree in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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UCAS Code A101
Duration Six years (seven if an optional intercalated degree is undertaken)

Study for the MBBS Extended Medical Degree Programme in the School of Medicine at King's College London.

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UCAS Code A102
Duration Four years

Study for the MBBS Medicine degree especially for graduate and professional applicants in the School of Medicine at King's College London.

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UCAS Code Not applicable. Apply direct to King's.
Duration One year

Study our intercalated Infectious disease, autoimmunity and immunotherapies BSc at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B120
Duration Three years

Study for the BSc Medical Physiology degree in the Department of Physiology at King's College London.

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UCAS Code A100
Duration Five years (six if an optional intercalated degree is undertaken)

Study for the MBBS Medicine degree at the GKT School of Medical Education at King's College London.

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UCAS Code A104
Duration Four years

Study for the MBBS Medicine Maxfax Entry Programme especially for qualified dentists in the School of Medicine at King's College London.

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UCAS Code C400 (Please note: the course details below apply to 2021 entry. The details for 2022 entry are being updated and will be published in the coming days so please check back for the very latest information before you commit yourself to any of our courses.)
Duration Three years, or four years with a year abroad/extra-mural year or MSci

Study for the BSc Molecular Genetics degree in the School of Bioscience Education at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B140
Duration Three years or four years with an extramural year or an MSci

Study for the BSc Neuroscience degree in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B400
Duration Three years

Study for the BSc Nutritional Sciences degree in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B210
Duration Three years or four years with a year abroad or with MSci with Professional Placement Year

Study for the BSc Pharmacology degree in the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B230
Duration Four years

Study for the MPharm Pharmacy degree in the Department of Pharmacy at King's College London.

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UCAS Code B160
Duration Three years

Study for the undergraduate BSc Physiotherapy degree in the Department of Physiotherapy at King's College London.

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UCAS Code BC16
Duration Three years

Sport & Exercise Medical Sciences BSc at King's College London

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My time on the Immunology and Infectious Diseases iBSc was an exciting and refreshing break from the MBBS course. It has been an invaluable learning experience that has significantly contributed to my time at medical school. I have found the course to be both stimulating and challenging, in particular, learning about the most current research on Ebola and HIV. My personal highlight of the course has been in the lab, working on my dissertation project. It was incredibly fun; planning and carrying out my own experiments with my own cells!

Soo Oh, undergraduate