Study health in London

Make it in London

“London gives you the unique opportunity to train in so many different areas, often at national centres of excellence. And instead of finding it a daunting experience, I had the support I needed.”

Student, King's College London

​We believe that there is no better place to start and advance your career than London. ​London’s universities offer an unparalleled range of study options across nearly every field and levels of practice, as well as direct access to the experience and people who will help you thrive.

​Study here and join a diverse, vibrant community that will transform health in the future. See what's on offer by searching by subject or institution below.

Study in London Guides

  • Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health

    London Healthcare Course Guide 2020/21

    Concise guide to the health courses offered by London's universities, including nursing, midwifery and allied health. Published July 2019.

    Download PDF (8 MB)
  • Medicine & Dentistry

    There's nowhere like London

    This brochure celebrates what is unique about studying medicine and dentistry in London. Published for London HE Week 2019.

    Download PDF (2.1 MB)

By subject

The following links will bring you to UCAS, where you can search in greater detail. Please note that the results are for the 2019 academic year, and courses may be added or discontinued in 2020. For up to date information, please visit the sites of our institutions, listed below.

By institution

The following institutions are members of London Health HE. You can find details of all HEIs in London on UCAS.

Additional resources

Study London

Site from London & Partners that explains why London is like no other place to study

The Funding Clinic

Site from the Council of Deans of Health that provides information on funding for people wanting to study nursing, midwifery, or allied health courses

NHS Health Careers

Guidance from the NHS on careers in the NHS. Includes job profiles and a career finder tool

GMC Career Advice

Advice and guidance from the regulatory body The General Medical Council on training to be a doctor

Medical Schools Council

Learn about the different medical course types and the medical school application process


Learn why London is like no other place to be a nurse, and find out how you can get into nursing in the Capital

I See the Difference

Focus on the allied health professions that offer high pay and flexibility, backed by the Office for Students

NMC Career Advice

Advice and guidance from the regulatory body The Nursing & Midwifery Council on training to be a nurse or midwife