At Norwich Medical School we put patients at the heart of everything we do. With a curriculum approved by the General Medical Council (GMC), and developed in accordance with their standards, our MB BS degree in Medicine will see you embarking on placements almost immediately. So you'll gain early exposure to the clinical practices essential to addressing the complex needs of patients in the 21st century. And you'll graduate ready to use your skills and knowledge in your chosen field to improve the health of patients in your care.
Our rigorous training ensures we develop doctors who are knowledgeable scholars and scientists. And we pride ourselves on providing the highest possible quality of learning, in a supportive, nurturing and student-centred environment, where you can reach your potential.
**Highlights of Medicine at UEA**
- Learning with and from real patients, from the first month of your course
- Exploring anatomy linked to clinical practice in our anatomy facility, including dissection
- Access to a varied range of clinical placements on acute hospital wards, specialist units and in general practice
- Linking theory with practice across the course, including during small-group teaching sessions and within primary care placements
- Developing your clinical skills with access to the world-class and architecture-award winning Bob Champion Research and Education Building, with its state-of-the-art facilities and purpose-built clinical resource centre
- Developing the art of communication through our excellent consultation skills programme, supported by dedicated tutors and role-players
- A team of respected, highly experienced teaching and research academics, who'll support your learning in our friendly, student-centred School
- Strong networks for student support, including a dedicated and experienced team of senior advisors.
Our MB BS degree is organised into modules based on body systems. We aim to produce fully-rounded medical graduates, so you'll study the underpinning biological, social and clinical sciences of medicine, and then put theory into practice while on placements in hospitals and general practices.
Working in small groups, you'll use problem-based learning (PBL) techniques to apply your learning to virtual scenarios and real patients. And you'll undertake dissections on specimens and models to truly understand the structure and function of the human body. This is a practical, hands-on way to hone your knowledge and approach to medicine, allowing you to develop the relevant practical and communication skills in both simulated and real healthcare environments.
Your learning will be supported by a weekly programme of lectures and seminars, and complemented by month-long attachments in secondary care hospitals, some of which may be residential.
Course details are subject to change. You should always confirm the details on the provider's website: **www.uea.ac.uk**
In Year 1 you'll be introduced to the human life course and the musculoskeletal system. Year 2 will focus on treating blood and skin diseases and also examines circulation and respiration. In Year 3 you will undertake modules in Homeostasis and Hormones and Digestion and Nutrition. At this stage, the course also focusses on the senses. In your fourth year, you will focus on Reproduction and Growth and Development, engaging in a range of health issues relating to children. In Year 5, you will undertake a further three modules which will cover a variety of advanced topics including Emergency Care. At this stage, you will also undertake a 10-week placement split between a medical and surgical speciality.
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UEA has a great atmosphere which makes both studying and socialising easy. The facilities on campus range from the library to the bar and from shops to accommodation which means that it is possible to live on campus without venturing away but at the same time the city of Norwich is a lovely place to explore. The university had the largest natural environment in the UK which includes a lake and woodlands which are relaxing to explore.
Set for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for International at £30,600
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