What Will You Study

The course is designed to prepare you for successful entry to medical school and successful students on the course gain a Certificate in Higher Education. It is designed for students whose A level mix does not allow direct entry to Medicine, or whose circumstances affected their A level performance.

There is the opportunity for selected students from this course to enter the first year of the medical degree at the University of Lancaster. Subsequent admission to the medical degree is dependent on academic performance on this course and a successful Medical School admissions interview. Currently interviews take place during the Lent term (March).

On this one-year course, students take a total of 15 modules covering a range of subjects including: Anatomy and Tissue Structure; Introduction to Biomedical Science; Genetics; Hormones and Development; Infection and Immunity, and Human Physiology. 

On this one-year course, students take a total of 15 modules covering a range of subjects including: Anatomy and Tissue Structure; Introduction to Biomedical Science; Genetics; Hormones and Development; Infection and Immunity, and Human Physiology.