Medicine at Kent And Medway Medical School
Overview of Kent And Medway Medical School
KMMS welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who have the potential to become good doctors, and serve the National Health Service. KMMS has pioneered ideas in selection, and our policies and procedures are different to most UK medical schools.
Course Structure of Kent Medical School
Year 1: Community and Primary Care in Practice, Professional Development Person-Centred Practice, Skills for Clinical Practice, Foundations of Health and Disease Heart, Lungs and Blood Nutrition, Metabolism and Excretion
Year 2: Community and Primary Care in Practice, Professional Development Person-Centred Practice, Skills for Clinical Practice 2, Neuroscience and Behaviour Reproduction and Endocrinology Musculoskeletal and Immune Systems
Year 3: Mixture of medicine and surgery with clinical aspect
Year 4: Specialist rotations, general practice, public health medicine and research
Year 5: Senior rotations
Entry Requirements for Kent Medway Medical School
9-6 (A*-B) in five subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or a Double Science.
Must include Chemistry or Biology, and one of Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Psychology, Physics, Computing or Computer Science.
Including Biology or Chemistry at Higher Level 6 and one further Higher Level subject in Biology, Chemistry, Maths (excluding Maths: Applications and Interpretations), Physics or Psychology at grade 6.