Official Partner The Royal Society of Medicine Education Investor Awards 2017 Winner Feefo Gold Service 2019

Menu

School by School

List of school

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...

Edinburgh

From 2016, the Edinburgh MBChB will be a 6-year programme. The first 2 years are spent studying the scientific basis of medical practice, with some clinical exposure in year 2. The third year is a mandatory intercalated year, with an emphasis on clinical research. Read more...

Exeter

Exeter

Exeter Medical School has an intake of approximately 130 students per year and operates in several clinical locations across the south west including Exeter, Truro, Torbay and Barnstaple. UEMS has excelled in university subject tables, having been placed 8th in the 2015 Guardian rankings for BMBS. Read more...

Glasgow

Glasgow operates a spiral curriculum, where subject matter is revisited at different stages with increasing depth and focus. The 5-year course is split into four phases: the first focuses on an overview of biomedical sciences, the second and third are systems-based, and the fourth and longest phase is made up of 5-10 week clinical rotations with dedicated academic days. Read more...

Hull York

hull york

The course is patient centred: form the start of the course you will have structured clinical placements in healthcare facilities. It is problem-based: working in small groups, you will learn about the science, skills and knowledge underlying the practice of medicine in the wider context of the healthcare of patients, their families and communities. Read more...

Imperial

Imperial

Imperial College School of Medicine is one of the largest schools in the country, training more than 2000 students in Medicine and Biomedical Science. Our programmes are delivered at four main campuses in West London, as well as at a wide range of partner hospitals and general practices. Read more...

Keele

keele

Keele University School of Medicine is based at the Keele Campus near Newcastle, and operates at several clinical locations including hospitals in Staffordshire, Shropshire, Stoke-on-Trent and Shrewsbury. The spiral curriculum at Keele allows students to revisit key information at different stages with increasing depth and focus. Read more...

King’s College London

Based in the centre of London, partner teaching hospitals include the renowned Guy’s, St Thomas’s and King’s College Hospitals. The MBBS has three stages: stage one focuses on biomedical sciences and foundations of medicine, stage two covers the principles of clinical practice and takes place in both clinical and academic settings, and stage three focuses on vocational clinical training. Read more...

Lancaster

Lancaster is one of the newest medical schools in the country, admitting only 54 students per year. The newly built Faculty of Health and Medicine benefits from state-of-the-art facilities. In the first year of teaching, students are based at the University and cover key concepts in biomedical and social science. Read more...

Leeds

University of Leeds

Leeds School of Medicine has an intake of approximately 238 medical students per year, and is linked to two major teaching hospitals: Leeds General Infirmary and St James’s university Hospital. The course is integrated and systems-based, with clinical placements from year 1 and significantly increased clinical exposure from year 3 onwards. Read more...

Loading

Loading More Content