Our MB BS degree uses an integrated teaching approach. The degree is delivered in two Phases: Phase 1 (Stages 1 and 2) involves the study of key subject areas such as cardiovascular, respiratory and renal medicine;
Phase 2 (Stages 3 to 5) involves significant clinical experience through placements in the region and further development of your specialist knowledge, such as clinical pharmocology. You will receive clinically focused teaching from our highly trained staff to develop your core medical knowledge, and will develop your clinical competence from the very start of your degree, through a varied menu of early clinical experience, contact with patients and visits to GPs and hospitals and skills development in our dedicated Clinical Skills Laboratory.
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Newcastle is as fun a university you can hope for in the UK, while retaining its academic status as expected from one in the Russell Group. The Students’ Union is excellent here, with events, societies, sports clubs, good student care, and careers advice. Campus is a simple zebra crossing away from the high street. The average price of a pint is about £2.80. It’s as low as £2.20 at the SU bar. Trebles are often discounted if you know where to look. In all, why live in London like a pauper, when you can live like a lord in Newcastle?
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