Note: The University of Warwick offers an accelerated four-year Graduate Entry Medicine (MBChB) only.
The University of Warwick Medical School’s curriculum is centred around case-based learning, using a range of teaching methods to support learning, including:
You can find out more about case-based learning at Warwick Medical School here.
During the programme, you’ll undertake the following clinical placements:
The 'Specialist Clinical Placements’ will cover the following eight specialties:
Warwick Medical School’s key partner trusts are:
During the programme, you'll spend time within hospital settings in Coventry, Nuneaton, Rugby and Warwick, and primary and community care settings in Coventry, Warwickshire and the eastern fringes of Birmingham, Worcester and Northamptonshire. You can find out more here.
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You'll have opportunities to explore areas of interest in more depth through student selected components (SSCs) in year 2 and 3, and an elective period in year 4. You can choose to undertake your elective outside of the UK to experience medical practice in a different country.
Outside of the curriculum, the University of Warwick Medical Society (MedSoc) has an array of Medical School societies and charities you can get involved in, including 'specialist professional interests' such as: Oncology, Psychiatry, Global health (MedSin), Trauma and emergency medicine (STEP), Anaesthetics, General practice, Surgical Society, and Wildness, aviation and space medicine (WASPS).
Warwick Medical School boasts the largest graduate-entry course and a “diverse intake” of students, providing a wealth of experience and different backgrounds to enrich small group sessions and discussions.
Warwick Medical School uses the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format for its interview. Usually you will attend their ‘selection centre’ for approximately two hours and undertake six mini interviews/MMIs. The interviews will assess competencies such as:
You can find out more information about Warwick Medical School’s ‘selection centre’ and their application process here.
For 2023 entry, the interview will be held online, following the MMI format. Warwick provides the following interview dates on their website: Wednesday 14th, Thursday 15th, Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th December 2022.