Medicine at Hull And York Medical School
Overview of Hull York Medical School
The training, grounded in patient-centred care, arms students with the medical knowledge, empathy and resilience they need to thrive as doctors and make a positive difference to the lives of their patients.
Hull York Medical School Course Structure
Phase I - Years 1 and 2
You will be based in either Hull or York for all of your first and second year. A mixture of lectures, problem-pased learning and clinical skills sessions.
Phase II - Years 3 and 4
Full exposure to clinical medicine, as you rotate around the region on permanent placement. Placements are in both general practice and on hospital wards across the Yorkshire region, so you experience the complete patient journey.
Phase III - Year 5
Seven-week elective period at the beginning of your final year, where you’ll have the chance to travel abroad or work in a specialist service in the UK. You will be able to rotate through different specialties including surgical attachments along with general practice.
Hull York Medical School Entry Requirements
Grade 6 (B) - English Language and Maths
Must include Chemistry & Biology Prediction: AAB or above Resits at BBB at first sitting of A Levels not accepted
665 at Higher Level, to include Biology and Chemistry. 36 points with 6, 6, 5 in three Higher Level subjects, including Biology and Chemistry. Resit applications are welcome, provided you achieved an overall score of 31, to include at least 555 at Higher Level in your first sitting.