The Doctor of Medicine (MD) programme is typically for hospital clinicians undertaking research that is associated with their employment.
- Candidates should have been employed for at least two years in an appropriate clinical or scientific position.
- A qualification which is recognised for registration by the General Medical Council for the United Kingdom should have been held for at least three years at the time of submission of the thesis or body of published work.
- It is expected that candidates are either a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) graduate of either this University or a graduate of another approved university holding an appointment or an honorary appointment within a health or social care facility that has established research or teaching links with University of East Anglia (UEA).
For full details, visit the School of Medicine entry requirements web page.