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    I've been looking around at a few medical universities in the UK and was unclear on which universities use mainly large lecture based tutorials with seminars - like Cambridge or Oxford - rather than predominantly problem based learning that jump straight into clinical work.

    I'd really like to apply to another university with a similar teaching style to Cambridge as I found their lectures very enjoyable on a visiting day.

    Can anyone help recommend a few universities that use this teaching method, so I may investigate them further, as most university prospectuses simply say they incorporate both into their courses.

    Thanks in advance, (plus sorry if I've posted in the wrong thread)
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    UCL... Imperial (less so)

    St Andrews I think? ( but don't quote me on that one.)
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    Newcastle is predominantly lecture based in the pre-clinical years.
 
 
 
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