Medicine and Surgery MBChB Add to your prospectus

  • Opportunity to study for a year in China Offers a Year in China
  • This degree is accreditedAccredited

Key information


  • Course length: 5 years
  • UCAS code: A100
  • Year of entry: 2018
  • Typical offer: A-level : AAA / IB : 36 / BTEC : Not accepted in lieu of A levels
Medicine

Medicine

School of Medicine

Here at the University of Liverpool School of Medicine, we believe our purpose is to deliver the highest quality education and learning opportunities we can to our medical student doctors. Our commitment as a School is to ensure:

  • Our graduates will be the excellent doctors this country needs.
  • Our students will be selected on the basis of their potential to meet the requirements of a medical graduate and the competencies set out in national standards, irrespective of their background.
  • Our students will develop a values-based approach to their clinical practice and will understand and apply the professionalism that is essential to trust.
  • Our students will feel well prepared for early clinical practice.
  • Our graduates will be self-directed learners, and confident, adaptable practitioners.
  • Our students will develop personal resilience and make a positive contribution to the multi- professional team.
  • Our monitoring of and response to student progress will support student development, while ensuring that all our graduates are fit to practise.

For more information, please visit the School of Medicine website.

Which degree

The Medical degree MBChB (A100) is a five-year programme and is the flagship degree of the School. We also have a graduate entry four-year medical programme for Biological, Biomedical and Health Science graduates (A101) and a three-year route for dentists wishing to take a medicine degree as part of the training route for oral and maxillofacial surgery. In addition there is a six-year Health Sciences foundation route for those without traditional qualifications.

Tom Marks

Tom Marks

Medicine and Surgery MBChB

It always said in the brochure that there would be early clinical contact, but I never really expected how much. It really is great to be thrown on the ward - and that’s how you learn. The Medical School is very good and very supportive. It’s definitely set me up well for my future career, and I’m looking forward to getting into the job.

Department map reference

360, D10

Department Home Page

//www.liverpool.ac.uk/medicine/