Medicine at University of Norwich Medical School
Overview of Norwich Medical School
Studying Medicine at Norwich Medical School (East Anglia Medical School) means that you will join an exceptional group of medical students studying in a thriving student-centred learning environment where students and staff share a passion for making a positive difference to peoples’ lives. Our course focuses on relating your learning to real life, using scenarios and clinical problems from patients, with an emphasis on developing your practical experience as well as your theoretical knowledge from the start.
Course Structure at University of Norwich Medicine
At UEA Medical School the course is as follows:
Year 1: The sciences covered include clinical anatomy of the musculoskeletal system. Communication skills are also covered.
Year 2: Haematology, dermatology, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, stroke
Year 3: Digestive system, renal, urological, neurological and endocrine system
Year 4: Women's health, child health, the minor, cancer with clinical components
Year 5: Emergency care. 6 weeks of clinical experience to place them in a better position to succeed during their FY1 post or when applying for specialty training.
Norwich University Medicine Entry Requirements
Six GCSEs at grade 7 or grade A or above, including Mathematics and either two single science subjects. GCSE English Language grade 6/B is required.
Must include biology or chemistry
36 points with HL 6 in three subjects to include Biology or Chemistry.