University of Exeter Medical School
Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of the public, in the South West and across the world. We do this through swiftly turning new discoveries into treatments therapies, and through nurturing graduates, staff and researchers who are critical thinkers and problem solvers. We work closely with the NHS and healthcare providers to ensure our innovations tackle complex global healthcare needs.
We offer programmes that develop the science and healthcare leaders of the future, who are socially accountable and committed to the service of patients and the public.Our students are offered numerous opportunities to gain real-world experience, whether it is part of a professional training year placement on our Medical Sciences programme or as part of our BMBS programme, where students gain placement experience from the first few weeks of the programme.
Postgraduate taught degrees
The University of Exeter Medical School offers postgraduate programmes that aim to equip medical and healthcare professionals with the advanced skills and knowledge they need to make a positive contribution to the delivery of care.As healthcare systems are constantly evolving, practitioners need to be able to identify challenges and provide evidence-based solutions. Our students develop the skills needed to critically analyse situations using a wide variety of information and data while considering the wider impacts of changes to medical and health delivery.
As a postgraduate student in the School you will be part of a thriving research community, benefiting from quality research-led teaching and supervision and access to outstanding facilities.We can offer a wide range of supervision across our core research areas and are also involved with interdisciplinary research with other Colleges at Exeter. Our research is organised within two Institutes:
- Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Science
- Institute of Health Research