King’s College London
The Imaging Sciences Intercalated BSc is a stand-alone study course designed to give you an in-depth understanding of the science and technology behind modern medical imaging techniques, and an introduction to their clinical application.
Find out more information, including details on how to apply on our Intercalated BSc pages.
Medical Imaging is one of the most important diagnostic tools of modern medicine, offering an opportunity to see internal structures, organ functions and even cell and molecular processes related to disease. The School of Imaging Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at King’s College London is at the forefront of research, development, education and training in all aspects of medical imaging. The School has an international reputation and, with Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s Health Trust, provides access to a wide selection of modern imaging and measurement systems for teaching and research.
The Imaging Sciences iBSc degree is a one-year study course that comprises modules totalling 120 credits. As part of your study pathway, you will undertake a supervised individual experimental project on one of the main aspects of medical imaging.
Most of our students have obtained a form of publication as a result of their project work. We offer supporting bursaries for students to attend conferences where they present posters or give podium presentations.
External students must have first time passes for years 1 and 2 and all SSCs.