It’s the people around you that make your university experience one you’ll never forget. As a member of Edge Hill’s close knit Medical School community, you’ll not only join the next generation of trainee doctors driving forward new models of care, but you’ll also find friends for life and discover your passions.
Meet our students
Read more from Tony
“My first lecture as a health student was really moving and poignant. A man came in to talk about his experience of watching a loved one suffer with dementia and the support he got from the nurses. It really resonated with me and reaffirmed my choice to become a doctor. If I could make a difference to just one person like that, it would be an honour.”Tony, current student
Read more from Caitlyn
” As the Medicine degree is new, my cohort is quite small so we’ve all got to know each other and become friends straight away. The tutors are all fantastic; I love how passionate they are in each of their subjects and they clearly want us – and the course – to be successful. They take as much pride in our achievements as we do.”Caitlyn, current student
Read more from Bilal
“The course focuses on practical experience almost from day one and you get to go out on placement within four months of starting. Everyone gets the opportunity to work in a range of settings including hospitals, dementia clinics and a mental health settings, so you get an idea of where you might like to specialise.”Bilal, current student
Edge Hill on BBC’s The One Show
Edge Hill’s very own Medical School featured on BBC’s The One Show this January.
Two of our current medical students, Laurnea and Humza, talk about our Medicine with Foundation Year programme and how, thanks to this opportunity, they’re now well on the road towards their dream career.Watch the episode online
Opportunities whilst studying Medicine
Chat to our students
Got some burning questions you want answers to? Want to know more about studying Medicine at Edge Hill? Or just want some insight into student life? Our students are happy to answer any questions you have.
“I’m in my second year of Medicine here at EHU after completing the Foundation year. Coming to University as a disabled student was daunting, but choosing University was the best choice I made in my life! I’m a Student Ambassador and I am the Vice President of the Medical Society! I am more than happy to answer your questions and talk about my experiences! Remember; there’s no such thing as a silly question, so ask away!”Tony, Medicine student