Studying for a Medical Degree at UEA will change your life and the lives of many other people. Being a doctor is a privileged position which has at its heart a real and deep-seated vocation to help people. It’s a demanding, challenging, but very rewarding profession – and not one to be entered into lightly.
This five year MBBS degree focuses on developing your practical experience and knowledge as soon as possible, therefore a significant portion of your study will be carried out through scenarios and real clinical problems from real patients. Clinical placements take place from the very start of our course, with one day per week learning in Primary Care. This ensures that the theory that you accumulate is applied to real patients in the same week.
The degree programme will help you develop the necessary knowledge and expertise to achieve your ambition of becoming a doctor. You will be supported in the development of excellent clinical skills, while learning to communicate effectively so that you can relate to patients and their loved ones with compassion and understanding.
A Level: AAAb
International Baccalaureate: 36 points with 666 at Higher Level to include Biology and one other science from Chemistry /Physics
Scottish Advanced Highers: AAA inc Biology and one other science from Chemistry or Physics plus a minimum of grade B in a fourth standard Highers subject
Irish Leaving Certificate: AAAAAA at Higher level including Biology and a second science from Chemistry/Physics
Access Course: See below for a list of accepted courses and grade requirements.
As one of our students, your focus will be on achieving excellence. The School will help you prepare for working life in the medical profession after university.
When you graduate you will be a knowledgeable scholar and scientist, a skilful practitioner and an ethical professional ready to use your skills and knowledge to improve the health of all those in your care.
At the end of the undergraduate course you will receive your MB BS degree, which is a Primary Medical Qualification (PMQ). This entitles you to provisional registration with the General Medical Council, subject only to its acceptance that there are no Fitness to Practise concerns that need consideration.
As a provisionally registered doctor, you are initially only able to practise in approved Foundation Year 1 posts, which you will need to apply for during the final year of your undergraduate course.
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