Our five-year MBChB undergraduate medicine programme focuses on developing future doctors who have patient safety at the core of their practice and who are responsive to the diverse and complex needs of individuals and populations. The course leads to a Primary Medical Qualification, entitling student doctors to provisionally register with the General Medical Council.
Alongside the MBChB, the University is offering a Foundation Year for Medicine. This one-year programme is aimed at candidates from non-traditional and under-represented groups across the North West of England. Upon achievement of the required pass mark for the Foundation Year, you will be eligible to progress onto the five-year medicine programme.
The Faculty of Health and Social Care is one of the leading providers of education and training for health and social care professionals in the North West of England.
Offering some of the best facilities for health and social care students in the country, the innovative £14m Faculty of Health and Social Care building provides outstanding teaching and learning resources, including leading edge clinical skills facilities, ten teaching rooms, an 860-seat lecture theatre and a number of social learning spaces.
The existing clinical skills and simulated learning facilities will undergo expansion in 2019. A new multi-professional clinical learning centre will offer a variety of simulated environments from home, through primary and/or emergency care, to secondary care and beyond. This will enable you to undertake practical scenarios in realistic settings.