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A different kind of medical school

Hull York Medical School - for people who want to make a difference

Why we are different

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Congratulations to all applicants who have met the requirements of their offer to study with us – we can’t wait to welcome you!

If you have questions about your medicine application or offer, please contact our Call Centre on +44 (0)1904 221896 (lines are open Thursday 18 and Friday 19 August, 8am to 6pm).

Hull York Medical School will not be entering Clearing, all of our undergraduate Medicine places for 2022 entry have been filled.

Welcome

Welcome to a different kind of medical school

We are one of the UK's most exciting and contemporary medical schools, delivering exceptional medical education and world leading research.

We train our students to become brilliant doctors, critical health researchers and clinical and academic leaders, who are ready to make a positive difference to people's lives.

And through our education, research and scientific discoveries, we're making sure that people have access to the best possible care – both today, and in the future.

About us
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Student in lab conducting experiments
Students discussing a CT scan of a brain with Professor Peter Bazira

Courses

Our courses are designed for prospective and current doctors, healthcare professionals and academic and clinical researchers.

Our stories

Achieve Your Ambitions

It is our people – our students, clinical tutors, staff, and our graduates – that make Hull York Medical School exceptional.

Explore our stories

Research

Our research is transforming lives

Our pioneering research is founded on the desire to make a real and lasting difference to people’s lives.

Our world-leading experts are advancing improvements in healthcare – diagnosis, treatment and care – transforming the lives of patients in the local region and beyond.

Our research
  • 85%

    of our research is world-leading or internationally excellent (REF)

  • £4 million

    programmes dedicated to international preventative medicine and mental health

  • £5.2m

    research programme tackling cancer inequalities