Medicine and Surgery
Lancaster Medical School admits 54 students per year to our five-year programme combining a problem-based learning structure with early patient contact.
Early Patient Contact
You will learn through interaction with patients, including a community placement in year 1 and two days per week spent in hospital placement throughout year 2.
Problem-based learning (PBL) develops the effective self-directed study skills that are essential for a future doctor.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a form of small group teaching in which students learn through their own curiosity.Learn more
As a medical degree is both a programme of academic study and professional training to prepare you for clinical practice, entry requirements include both academic and non-academic criteria.Learn more