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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. Operating an integrated PBL teaching style, students have the opportunity to develop problem-solving skills that will prepare them for their future career. University of Exeter Medical school also operates programmes in Medical Science and Medical Imaging BSc, for which a new state of the art development has recently been built.

Course Structure:

5 Years, Integrated and Problem-based. Two years pre-clinical followed by three years clinical with the opportunity it intercalate in between years 4 and 5.

 

Website URL:
http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/
Email:
ug-ad@exeter.ac.uk
Phone:
 +44 (0)1392 725500

Case Study

Name:
Jonathan Abeles-Srebernik
Year of Study:
1

What are the best things about your Medical School?

What are the hardest things about your course?

What’s the social side of your Medical School like?

MedSoc is an extremely large society on St. Luke’s campus and welcomes the new students reading a variety of different subjects each year. Exeter nightlife is a great opportunity to take advantage of. MedSoc runs frequent social nights out, combined with the array of daytime and activities, which are always a great laugh. There are also plenty of other great societies to get involved with at St. Luke’s as well as the Streatham campus. Medical students and others living around St. Luke’s tend to form a close and tightly-knit community which makes the social life even better. The self-directed nature of the course makes it easier to plan a social life around it.

What tips would you give to someone applying to your Medical School?

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