Norwich Medical School
What does it take to work in medicine? We prepare you to become confident, informed and adaptable, with the most advanced knowledge at your fingertips.
We offer experience. Our undergraduate students start clinical placements early in their first year, ensuring they get a solid grounding in practice. We also provide opportunities to explore further and deeper, with postgraduate programmes including Clinical Psychology and Physician Associates, and a range of intercalated degrees and professional development courses.
We offer support. We train our students in essential skills such as problem-solving and communication, and pair them with personal advisers to support them.
We offer knowledge. With over £60 million worth of ongoing research, we are expanding the world's understanding of ageing, public health, and cardiometabolic and gut health.
Make a positive difference to people’s lives and study Medicine with us. Join the thriving student-centred learning environment of Norwich Medical School, where...
Medicine with a Gateway Year
Make a positive difference to people’s lives and study Medicine with us. We want everyone who has the passion and potential to succeed to have the chance to...
Physician Associate Studies
Our MSc Physician Associate Studies is designed for science/health-related graduates looking to kick-start their career as versatile, dynamic healthcare...
Health Economics SeNSS
Study Health Economics at UEA and you’ll learn to make decisions that really count. Based in the Norwich Medical School, you’ll not only develop an understanding...
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology-ClinPsyD
The University of East Anglia Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programme lasts for three calendar years and leads to the qualification of Doctorate in Clinical...
Master of Science in Principles of Regional Anaesthesia
Our MSc Principles of Regional Anaesthesia employs a gold-award winning educational approach underpinning a range of specialist medical and surgical courses...
Join us on our MRes Clinical Science course, and explore the research that underpins every aspect of modern medicine. This Master’s programme enables practicing...
Reducing Resistiveness and Enhancing Engagement in Personal Care in Severe Dementia (Pro-CARE)
At the heart of the battle against dementia
A Shot in the Arm
Stepping Towards Better Health
Norwich Medical School
Slowing city traffic cut road deaths by a quarter, study shows
Restricting a city’s speed limit to 20mph reduced road deaths by almost a quarter and serious injuries by a third, according to new research involving UEA.
UEA breakthrough reveals how prostate cancer may begin
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important discovery about how prostate cancer may start to develop.
The super-fast MRI scan that could revolutionise heart failure diagnosis
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have developed cutting-edge technology to diagnose patients with heart failure in record time.
Artificial Intelligence tool could reduce common drug side effects
AI could help clinicians assess which patients are likely to encounter the harmful side effects of some commonly used antidepressants, antihistamines and bladder...
Vape starter kits on the NHS could help smokers quit
Giving out vape starter kit vouchers on the NHS could help even hardened smokers quit, according to a new study from the University of East Anglia.
Face shields don’t give high level Covid protection, study shows
If you wore a face shield during the pandemic, it probably didn’t give you a high level of protection against Covid, according to new research from the...
UEA launches project to better detect prostate cancer in Black men
Researchers at UEA are developing a new genetic blood test for prostate cancer in Black men - who are twice as likely to develop and die of the disease than...
How globalisation could be making human parasites more virulent
Parasites that cause severe diarrhoea are likely to become more virulent because of the speed at which they are exchanging their DNA and evolving – according to...