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Curriculum

Fresh, innovative and distinctive, our MB BS programme combines high quality teaching with early and sustained clinical exposure in primary, secondary and community settings.

Introduction

An innovative curriculum designed to meet the challenges of the NHS

Our curriculum is designed to meet the fast-changing challenges of 21st century healthcare, which means it's founded on modern teaching methods, a solid grounding in the sciences, and structured regular clinical contact.

We recognise that disease doesn’t exist in isolation, so we have developed a tightly integrated curriculum which enables you to make meaningful and practical connections between individual areas of study.

You will explore topics through a range of themes and disciplines, each presented in a clinically relevant context, and supported through clinical experience, problem-based learning, lectures, clinical and communication skills classes, anatomy sessions and workshops.

Students in a problem based learning session
Medical students and an instructor learning CPR on a SIM man
Medicine students at Castle Hill Hospital

Curriculum

Assessments and feedback

We are committed to supporting you to achieve your potential, providing many opportunities for you to receive constructive feedback and monitor your progress, before your summative assessments.

This includes assessments by tutors at the university and on placement, by your peers and your own self-assessment.

More information about assessment and feedback