In contrast to most other medical schools where students are only offered the opportunity to intercalate undergraduate (bachelors) degrees, at UEA we recommend that students intercalate either after completing year 3 or year 4 of our MBBS degree and undertake a postgraduate (Masters level) degree course.
We offer a bespoke masters degree which is designed to:
- Provide experience of research in clinical specialties or laboratory medicine
- Make your CV more competitive by giving you the chance to present and publish your work during your year away from the MBBS
- Provide maximum opportunity to access the clinical academic career pathway.
We also provide two more specialist courses which provide specific training in Clinical Teaching and Biomedical Research. As a member of the thriving clinical-academic program in Norwich you will automatically become a member of the Norwich Academic Trainee Committee (NATC) which provides support and networking opportunities for like-minded clinicians including those enrolled in our academic F2, academic clinical fellow (ACF), and academic clinical lecturer (ACL) programs.
To apply, or to find out more information, email Tom Wileman.