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A revised curriculum was introduced in 2009 and thus is thoroughly modern, systems-based and fully integrated. Students are encouraged to explore concepts for themselves, to utilise the excellent facilities available to them and to exercise choice in many areas of study. Read More....

Barts (Queen Mary, University of London)


Located in Whitechapel in East London, Barts Medical School ranks highly on university league tables, being placed 4th in the Guardian’s 2016 league table for medicine. It also consistently ranks highly in terms of student satisfaction, as well as being part of a Russell Group University with an excellent reputation for teaching and research. Read more...



Birmingham accepts about 330 students for Medicine every year. Clinical locations include teaching hospitals and primary care trusts across the West Midlands, including the state-of-the-art Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (which is right next to the medical school campus). Read more...

Brighton & Sussex


Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) is a young medical school with a dynamic course designed to help students to become highly competent, strongly motivated doctors. Its graduates develop the knowledge, professional and key personal skills and attitudes needed to pursue a successful career in medicine. Read more...


Bristol University

The University of Bristol is a well-established medical school, offering an excellent academic experience. It has an outstanding reputation, with high-quality teaching to prepare students for a career in medicine. Students from third year onwards are placed in hospitals both in central Bristol and surrounding regions through our academy system to gain exposure to a variety of clinical settings. Read more...


University of Buckingham medical school

The University of Buckingham Medical School is the first independent not-for-profit medical school in the UK. Their four-and-a-half year MB ChB course is as modern as it is progressive, with every aspect of the curriculum engineered to ensure that our students develop the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to practice medicine safely, effectively and professionally.


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Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine excels in league tables, coming top in the Guardian’s medical school league table 2016. Cambridge has 3 pre-clinical years, after which you can, if you get a place, continue at Cambridge for 3 clinical years or complete them somewhere else (many go on to medical schools in London or Oxford). Read more...


Cardiff University

Cardiff University School of Medicine is one of the largest medical schools in the UK which offers a new modernized curriculum with more small group teaching, more patient contact and earlier finals in order to help in the creation of better doctors of the future firmly grounded in sound scientific evidence. Read more...


University of Dundee

Dundee School of Medicine accepts 154 students each year, making it one of the smaller medical schools (and the most generous in terms of spending per student). The medical school is fully integrated with Ninewells Hospital in Dundee’s west end, which is one of Europe’s largest teaching hospitals. Read more...


Medical education for undergraduates studying at Durham University is delivered in partnership with Newcastle University and the NHS acute hospitals, general practices and public health units in the region. Each year, Durham University takes around 100 Medicine students. Small class-sizes aid the case-led learning experience and allow students to form strong bonds with other students and tutors.


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