Bristol medical students study with the school's experts across all five years of the popular Mb ChB undergraduate programme.
Our particular expertise in primary health care is embedded throughout the programme, which is designed in partnership with the NHS and provides real-life training for future medical practitioners.
UCAS code: A108, 6 years full-time
UCAS code: A100, 5 years full-time
All UK and international medical, dental and vet students can intercalate onto a number of undergraduate courses. Find out more about intercalated degrees at Bristol.
The School of Social and Community Medicine and the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit host the Intercalated BSc in Genomic Medicine.
The School of Social and Community Medicine also host the Intercalated BSc in Global Health in conjuction with School for Policy Studies
The five years of the programme are each divided into a series of compulsory units with associated assessments. Most units are further sub-divided into elements (subject areas).
Running throughout the five-year programme are six vertical themes and a series of student-directed learning opportunities, known as Student Selected Components (SSCs).
As well as specialist topics, the Bristol MB ChB programme has six vertical themes that run through all the curriculum years: