Your Cardiac Physiology visit day
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Cardiac Physiology visit day
Welcome to the School of Medicine
Your choice of university is really important and we want you to have all the information you require to help you make the right decision.
Our offer holder events give you the opportunity to find out more about the course, hear from our academic staff and current students and ask any questions you may have about studying with us.
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Hear from our students and alumni
Discover the School of Medicine
Explore the Worsley Building
Explore the Worsley Building, home of the School of Medicine and where we'd normally be welcoming you for your visit day.
What our students have to say...
Hear the thoughts of student across our Undergraduate courses in the School of Medicine at different points in their studies.
Explore our placement sites
Our students spend a lot of time on placement so why not explore some of the sites you'd visit during your studies...
Take a tour of a cardiac theatre
Ever wondered what a cardiac theatre looks like? Use our 360 tour to explore ours.
Listen to our students and alumni
Life at Leeds...
We also recommend that you take a 360 virtual campus tour to get a feel for key landmarks on our campus.
Virtual campus tour
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George Fisher Healthcare Science (Cardiac Physiology) BScView profile for George Fisher
I really enjoyed learning about human biology at A level, particularly about the heart’s anatomy and structure, and love the thought of applying that to an in-demand career. It’s great to be directly involved with patients and their care from the start of the course and getting more involved in different procedures as the course progresses.View Profile for George Fisher