Medical School

Innovative training with our hospital-based teams

We offer training in NHS clinical Academies across the South West to equip you with the clinical, communication and leadership skills for your future medical career.

Bristol clinical Academies

Aiming for excellence

Bristol is leading the way in developing innovative teaching tools for medical sciences, thanks to schemes created by the Applied and Integrated Medical Sciences Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

AIMS Centre

Study for an additional degree

Our intercalated degrees give you the option to study for a BSc in an additional subject such as neuroscience, international health or a BA in medical humanities

Intercalated degrees

Excellent and responsive student support

With the introduction of schemes such as our new Academic Mentorship, we are working hard to help you develop to your full potential.

Responsive student support

The'art of medicine'

What is it like to be a patient or doctor? Uniquely, we encourage students to explore the emotional and human side of medicine by producing creative work as part of their degree.

Creativity in medicine

Why choose Bristol?

MB ChB OVERVIEW

  • 5 years with an optional BSc year
  • or 4 years graduate entry

Prospective students

In partnership with the NHS NHS logo

Our popular MB ChB programme is developed in partnership with the NHS, offering you real-life training in clinical Academies across the South West. The programme will equip you with the clinical, communication and leadership skills for your career as a medical practitioner.

Why choose Bristol?

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Professor Peter Fleming

Preventing 100,000 infant deaths worldwide

Professor Peter Fleming is hailed as a UK science pioneer thanks to the Back to Sleep campaign, which advised parents on how to avoid the risk of cot death. Up until two decades ago, cot death claimed the lives of 2,000 babies in the UK every year; that number has since been reduced by 80 per cent.
More about Professor Peter Fleming