251–300 th
World University Rankings 2020
76-100 th
European Teaching Rankings 2019
Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP, United Kingdom

Medicine (Graduate Entry) - Swansea University

Graduate Entry Medicine at Swansea University Medical School is open to graduates of any discipline and has welcomed candidates with backgrounds as diverse as fine art and genetics. Applications are welcomed from individuals with clear communication skills, an aptitude for problem solving and coping with pressure, a keen sense of insight and integrity, and most of all a passion for medicine. There is a high level of clinical contact from the outset of the course: - Self-selected Learning Opportunities in the Clinical Setting (LOCS) - Clinical Apprenticeships - Junior Assistantships - Specialty Attachments - Community Based Learning There is also a Shadowing period at end of Year 4 prior to becoming a foundation doctor (F1). This 6 week Clinical Placement allows students to “shadow” F1 doctors in their allocated post in Wales or join the all-Wales ‘shadow’ programme. Swansea University Medical School is one of the UK’s fastest growing medical schools and is currently ranked 3rd in the UK by the Complete University Guide Subject League Tables 2018. It offers a comprehensive programme of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses spanning medicine, health, life science and chemistry to meet tomorrow’s science and healthcare challenges. As part of its commitment to widening access to medicine, Swansea University Medical School also offers dedicated pathways to Graduate Entry Medicine from its undergraduate Applied Medical Sciences, Medical Biochemistry and Medical Genetics degrees. Visit http://www.swansea.ac.uk/medicine/learningandteaching/pathway/ to find out more. Swansea University Medical School is home to outstanding facilities including: - £100m Institute of Life Science, Wales’ premier life sciences and healthcare research and business incubator - The Centre for NanoHealth - The UK National Mass Spectrometry Facility - The Data Science building Its UK and world-leading scientists, medical entrepreneurs and clinicians participate as teachers and supervisors. They also work closely with NHS partners and affiliate businesses to provide a vibrant, innovative community making great strides in teaching, research and industry throughout Wales, the UK and internationally. ""We hope and believe that studying Graduate Entry Medicine at Swansea University Medical School will prepare you to approach your future practice with confidence and competence, with an awareness of your responsibilities to patients, families, other clinicians, to your profession and to society. We also hope that you will join the many other graduates from Swansea that choose to stay to practise in Wales"" Professor Any Grant, Dean of Medical Education.

  • Qualification
    Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery - MB BCh
  • Study mode
  • Duration
    4 years
  • Start date
  • Location
    Singleton Park Campus,SwanseaUnited Kingdom