Medicine at Leeds

Medical Students



Our MBChB course is one of the most competitive in the UK and is recognised for the quality of its teaching and assessment. Reflecting the high standards we strive towards, the School was delighted to receive its sixth ASPIRE to EXCELLENCE award from the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) for its outstanding performance in the area of Social Accountability. To open up access to medical education to students from a wider range of backgrounds, we have recently launched new Gateway Year to Medicine.

You can find out more about the experience of studying for an MBChB at the School of Medicine below, or read a detailed overview of course structure and content.

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Studying and applying for MBChB - a guide from our Head of Admissions

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Medicine and Surgery MBChB

Learn more about our course including entry requirements and a year by year breakdown of course content.

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Gateway Year to Medicine

Find out more about our new course to widen access to medical education for non-traditional applicants.

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Medical electives

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Clinical experience

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Enrichment and support

From the moment you arrive through to your graduation, there are resources and information available to help and support you every step of the way. There are also countless opportunities for you to get involved in activities and develop interests unrelated to your area of study.

Student support

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Clubs and societies

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