University Of Bristol Medicine
|Application method||UCAS/Common Application|
We can only accept applications for Medicine through UCAS. The closing date for UCAS applications is 15 October. UCAS advises that no more than four choices from a possible five are used for Medicine.
|Course duration||5 year(s) full-time|
|Tuition fees||Further information on tuition fees, living costs and financial support.|
|Part-time study||Part-time study is not available for this course|
|Number of applicants accepted for 2016/17||236 overall for Medicine courses|
About MB ChB Medicine
The MB ChB (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) degree is the primary medical qualification awarded by the University of Bristol and is recognised by the General Medical Council.
As a student on this course you will learn about the art, science and craft of medicine through:
- Early clinical exposure in hospital and community settings
- A blend of lectures, case-based learning and practical work
- State of the art anatomy facilities including cadaveric prosections
- Inter-professional working with students of nursing, pharmacy and physiotherapy
- Integration of basic science and clinical learning throughout the course
- A substantial student choice programme to explore personal interests in more detail and to experience potential career options
- Completion of a research project of your choice
- An exciting opportunity to study abroad as part of our final year elective
- A final year that is constructed explicitly to prepare you for your first job as a foundation doctor
Health and conduct
Certain health conditions may be incompatible with some careers in medicine. If you have a chronic health problem, please contact the Enquiries Team for guidance on making an application.
We have excellent support services available including Disability Services, student health and student counselling provision to support students where appropriate.
Medical students must complete a health questionnaire and undergo a medical examination. Non-immune students must be immunised against hepatitis B and tuberculosis.