Category: Universities in England

Durham University School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health

Durham University School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health was founded in 2001 as a partner with the Newcastle University Medical School to educate medical students in the first phase of their medical education (Years 1 and 2). The School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health is located on the Queen’s Campus of the University of Durham, with students being members of one of the two colleges on this campus – John…

Keele University School of Medicine

Keele Medical School is a medical school based on campus at Keele University near Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, England. The first two years of the school’s MBChB course are taught mainly on Keele University campus although early exposure to patients is of importance and in the second year there is considerable interaction in a clinical setting. Years three to five, however, are principally taught within the Royal Stoke University Hospital…

Southampton Medical School

University of Southampton School of Medicine is a medical school in England. It is part of the University of Southampton with a site at Southampton General Hospital, offering four different undergraduate medical programmes[clarify], all leading to the award of a medical degree, styled BMBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery).[2] History The school was formed following the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Medical Education (1965-68); their report, popularly known…

University of Nottingham Medical School

The University of Nottingham Medical School is the medical school of the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK. It was the first new medical school to be set up in the 20th century in the country, with the first intake of 48 students graduating in 1975. Student intake has steadily increased to a current level of 330 students per year, including 90 from the satellite graduate-entry school at Derby, which opened…

University of Birmingham Medical School

The University of Birmingham Medical School is one of Britain’s largest and oldest medical schools with over: 400 Medics, 70 Pharmacists, 90 Biomedical Science students and 100 Nurses graduating each year.[2] It is based at the University of Birmingham in Edgbaston, Birmingham, England. Since 2008, and following a departmental restructure, the school became an entity within The College of Medical and Dental Sciences. History The roots of the Birmingham Medical…

St George’s, University of London

St George’s, University of London (legal name St George’s Hospital Medical School, informally St George’s or SGUL),[2] is a medical school located in Tooting in South London and is a constituent college of the University of London. St George’s has its origins in 1733, and was the second institution in England to provide formal training courses for doctors (after the University of Oxford).[3] St George’s affiliated with the University of…

School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge

The School of Clinical Medicine is the medical school of the University of Cambridge in England. According to the QS World University Rankings 2016, it ranks as the 3rd best medical school in the world.[1] The school is co-located with Addenbrooke’s Hospital on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. The Clinical School Students from Cambridge University can enter the clinical school on completion of three years of pre-clinical training and a further…

Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (PCMD) is a Medical and Dental school in England, run in partnership with the University of Exeter, the University of Plymouth and the NHS in Devon and Cornwall. In January 2013 the school began disaggregation to form Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry and University of Exeter Medical School.[3] The school has campuses at the University of Plymouth, the University of Exeter,…

Newcastle University Medical School

Newcastle University Medical School is the medical school at Newcastle University in England. It was established in 1834 in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and served as the College of Medicine in connection with Durham University from 1851 to 1937 when it joined Armstrong College, to form King’s College, Durham. In 1963 King’s College became the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. The university now uses the name “Newcastle University”….

Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is a public university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. It is based on two sites; City Campus is located in the city centre, close to Sheffield railway station, and Collegiate Crescent Campus is about two miles away, adjacent to Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield. The university is the sixth largest university in the UK (out of 165) with 31,530 students (of whom 4,400 are international student),[3]…