School of Medicine
LIME awarded sixth ASPIRE to excellence award
Congratulations to the Patient and Carer Community at Leeds Institute of Medical Education (LIME) for being awarded yet another ASPIRE to Excellence Awards.More on LIME awarded sixth ASPIRE to excellence award
School of Medicine
At the School of Medicine we are dedicated to excellence in medical research and education. Our high-impact research has had real influence in areas recognised as critical global challenges, and our interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning means we have an international reputation for helping develop the brightest and best into the healthcare professionals of tomorrow.
Study with us
Here at Leeds we pride ourselves on our dynamic and innovative clinical and academic educational portfolio. We offer a range of education, research and training opportunities in world-class facilities. Leeds is a great place to study and we welcome students from across the globe to study with us.
Medicine redefined; A prescription for Change.
The School of Medicine delivers a broad research agenda, including basic discovery science through to applied health research aiming to make a significant difference in improving health and reducing health inequalities. We provide a varied portfolio of undergraduate (MBChB and intercalated), taught, and research postgraduate student education. With over 1200 academic, clinical, technical and support staff, the School has an annual income of over £90M.
World top 100 university
QS World Rankings 2020
Six time international winners
Awarded by the Association for Medical Education in Europe
for student experience as the University of Leeds
Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018
Research and innovation
At the School of Medicine we have a reputation for conducting high-impact research that has real-world impact, improving peoples' lives as we search for solutions to the world's healthcare challenges. Our six institutes are home to leading researchers in their fields, as recognised by the latest Research Excellence Framework results which see us placed 10th for research power with over 80% of our research considered "world-leading" or "internationally excellent".
Equality and Inclusion
The School of Medicine is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all our staff and students.
The Faculty Equality and Inclusion committee meets termly and is chaired by the Dean of the Faculty, Professor Paul Stewart. The faculty committee works closely with the University Equality Policy Unit to promote the University Equality Objectives.
Recent investments include a £41m refurbishment of the medical school building and teaching facilities. We're committed to continuing investment in our School's outstanding teaching, learning and research facilities, ensuring that you benefit from state-of-the-art equipment and the latest technological advancements.
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