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Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Medical School in England


Fees (International/Non-EU students): £38,000 pa
Interview Style: Traditional
Course Structure: PBL

Study Medicine at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (Queen Mary, University of London)

Barts offer a five-year integrated medical course with elements of a problem-based approach to learning. This institution was created through the union of St Bartholomew’s Hospital and London Hospital Medical College.

Barts take an integrated systems-based approach to teaching through lectures, PBL scenarios, practicals, project work, etc. There is exposure to the clinical environment from the very beginning with placements taking place in healthcare settings across London and the South-East of England.

In the first two years (Phase 1) students are educated in Body in Health and Mechanisms of Disease. In the next two years, clinical education expands with teaching in the medical school and placements in hospitals to enhance clinical skills and knowledge. The final year is primarily focused on preparing for practice after graduation. Clinical training is further developed with community-based placements, shadowing placements and more. After graduating final year, students undertake a four-week elective (abroad or in the UK) and a four-week foundation doctor shadowing placement in preparation for becoming an FY1 doctor.

Barts offer students an optional intercalation in an field of interest to obtain a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree. Students also undertake a range of Student-Selected Components (SSCs) each year to allows them a chance to study further into areas of interest including Basic Sciences, Clinical Specialisms, Community and Public Health, Ethics and Law, etc. Student also complete an Intermediate Life Support Qualification.

Get mentored by medical students at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry

“Hi, my name is Bishoy and I’m a second year undergraduate medical student at Barts and the London School for Medicine and Dentistry. I would say the journey to medicine was very interesting and worthwhile in the end. I had so much fun utilising my skills and work ethic for something that I enjoyed. I have to say, it was by no means easy but my enjoyment for the process definitely made it bearable. Set a goal in front of yourself at all times and don’t stop until you’ve reached it! My advice to applicants is to always be enthusiastic and aim high, while always grabbing any opportunity that comes your way.

I am happy to help you with your journey to medical school - I am also fluent in both Arabic and French."

" أ نا أتحدث اللغتين الفرنسية والعربية بطلاقة ويسعدني جداً أن أعاونك خلال رحلتك الجامعية إذا أردت أن تدرس الطب في المملكة المتحدة. "

"Je parle couramment le français et l’arabe. Je serais heureux de vous aider pendant votre voyage à l’école de médecine si vous souhaitez l’étudier au Royaume-Uni!"

-by Bishoy Yassa, second year medical student at Barts and the London School for Medicine and Dentistry

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