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Medicine (Graduate Entry)

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4years

Full-time | 2024

Our innovative programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to practise medicine in a modern healthcare environment. Throughout your studies, you’ll develop essential skills in the application of digital health and technology, and benefit from authentic interprofessional learning.

As one of only a small number of schools to offer places to graduates from a wide range of disciplines, students will have the opportunity to learn and work alongside those studying on our highly renowned health professions courses and veterinary medicine programme. In addition, our students will benefit from our excellent interdisciplinary research, in human and animal health, as we generate new knowledge, applied to deliver benefit to patients and society.

Students will benefit from our multidisciplinary strengths in education, research and innovation, as well as our immersive simulation and clinical skills facilities. Throughout their studies, our students will also combine an outstanding core learning experience with the benefit of being taught by talented clinicians from our local NHS partners, including:
• The Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust
• NHS Frimley Health Foundation Trust
• Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
• Ashford and St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
• Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
• Surrey Heartlands ICS.

As an independent medical school, in accordance with government regulations, the majority of places in our initial intake will be for international students. To meet local demand and widen access to a career in medicine we will also be offering a small number of places to UK (Home) students via a separate scholarship scheme.

**How to apply**
The majority of the first intake will be independent international students. Applications will be considered via UCAS.

A small number of places for UK students will be made available via a separate scholarship scheme. The criteria and application process for scholarships will be available on our University website shortly.

Please register your interest via our Medical School webpage (www.surrey.ac.uk/medicalschool) and we will keep you updated.

**Provider information**
For further information about accreditation and further training please visit https://www.surrey.ac.uk/medicalschool

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Stag Hill

Department:

FHMS - School of Health Sciences

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