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Sheffield operates an Integrated learning and teaching approach that links clinical medicine to underlying medical sciences. Clinical problem-solving in teams is the focus, with lectures, seminars, tutorials and hands-on work such as dissection also playing a part. Read more...


Southampton Medical School

Patient contact in clinical settings is a feature from the first week of the course. The first two years focus on scientific understanding of the physiological systems of the body, and the third year is based around in-depth research work. Fourth and fifth years are dedicated to clinical placements in Southampton and the south of England. Read more...

St Andrews

University of St Andrews

Having recently celebrated the universities 600th birthday, St Andrews is a vibrant and diverse close-knit community that really excels, itself, in teaching and research. Our student satisfaction ratings are consistently ranked as one of the highest out of all UK universities. Read more...

St George’s

St George's University of London

St George’s Medical School in Tooting is part of the University of London. The campus is fully integrated with St George’s Hospital, but clinical attachments can take place at other hospitals in London and the south west, including in Kingston, Croydon and Epsom. A typical week at St George’s begins and ends with a case-based tutorial. Read more...


Sunderland medical school

The University of Sunderland is one of only five new medical schools established in 2019 and we are working in partnership with Keele University School of Medicine to implement our new medical curriculum. We have partnerships with four hospital trusts, two mental health trusts, community services and 63 GP practices.  The curriculum has three phases delivered at the University and in primary and secondary care settings.

Swansea University Medical School

Swansea College of Medicine

Swansea University Medical School offers a 4-year graduate entry MB BCh. It is open to graduates who have achieved a first or upper second class Honours Degree, or a lower second class degree plus Masters. It is based in Swansea but placements are available in other parts of Wales, and the Rural and Remote Health Pathway offers medics the chance to practice in underserved areas of the country. Read more..


University College London

University College London Medical School has a total intake of 226 students per year. It consistently ranks in the top 3 in league tables, and its central London location is a draw for many prospective students. The teaching style is Traditional, with lectures, seminars, tutorials, small group work and lab work comprising the bulk of the curriculum in the first years. Read more...

University of Central Lancashire

Thinking of studying Medicine at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)? One of the UK’s largest universities, the Medicine MBBS course is for international students only and provides students with top quality teaching and amazing learning experiences from the UK.


Warwick University

Warwick Medical School’s accelerated graduate-entry MB ChB programme is a challenging but extremely rewarding programme. It’s designed to help students become highly competent, compassionate and strongly motivated doctors. The four-year programme is the largest graduate-entry course in the UK. Read more...


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