Our medicine degree offers an innovative approach to medical education primarily for self-funded and sponsored international students (non UK/EU), training them to become professional, compassionate doctors. Delivered in the newest medical school in the UK, you will benefit from a state-of-the-art curriculum; designed with local patients. As we are recruiting a small cohort of students, we are able to offer a warm, supportive and multi-cultural learning environment, where every student is treated as an individual. You’ll enjoy early patient contact from Year 1 and follow ‘your’ patients on clinical placements in Years 3 to 5. The programme is delivered by expert staff in the University and our associate NHS education providers. This programme is primarily for international students (outside UK/EU) only. For September 2017 year of entry the University of Central Lancashire, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust and North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust are offering 2 scholarships for UK students as below: The Mackenzie Scholarship – for applicants residing in East Lancashire (1Scholarship available) The Dr Kate Granger Scholarship - for applicants residing in Cumbria (1 Scholarship available) Further information can be found at www.uclan.ac.uk/mbbsscholarships The aim of the MBBS is to deliver a curriculum which ensures that our students emerge as doctors who are not only well grounded in clinical knowledge and skills but also with strong values of caring and compassion.