The Norwich Medical School at UEA has an established reputation for exciting and innovative approaches to education, supported by a strong and rapidly developing research programme.
Our MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) programme accepts graduates and other mature students as well as school leavers on to a 5-year integrated course, and students are allocated clinical placements from their first year onwards. We also run a Foundation year programme for students to progress onto the 5-year MB BS.
The School also provides a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme, Doctor of Medicine and a number of Postgraduate Taught courses including a Clinical Research, Health Economics, Clinical Education and Physician Associate Studies. The majority of our programmes have a part time route to enable studying to fit in with work and family life, for details explore our course pages.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences delivers world class research and takes a leading role in the renowned scientific research community in Norwich, cited as the fourth highest city for science research in the UK. The Institute of Food Research and the John Innes Centre are situated close to the School on the Norwich Research Park.
The School itself is building a strong reputation in Population Medicine, Health Economics, and Diet and Health and BioMedicine with laboratory work now being concentrated in the newly-built BioMedical Research Centre. As part of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences we place a strong emphasis on inter-professional co-operation in teaching and research.
We are committed to the principles of the Athena SWAN charter, which recognises and celebrates fair and supportive processes in the recruitment, retention and promotion of and other under-represented groups in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) in higher education - be they students or staff. We are pleased to have received the Athena SWAN Silver award.