How you learn
Your clinical experience begins within the first week of your studies and continues throughout your degree. This isn’t just a token visit or two – around 25% of your learning is delivered in a special clinical practice module in year one. The chance to watch doctors working in GP surgeries, clinics and hospital wards shows you the relevance of what you’re learning from the start.
By year three you spend an increasing amount of time on the wards through a series of clinical rotations. In year five your clinical and professional training intensifies to prepare you for your first year of practice and is delivered in a variety of locations.