HULL YORK MEDICAL SCHOOL

United Kingdom, England

Using problem-based learning, Hull York Medical School focuses on early and sustained clinical experience and offers its students the opportunity to add a BSc or Master’s degree in subjects like biology, anatomy and ethics. With its five-years MBBS degree, it is based in two sites which are the University of Hull and the University of York along with the partnership with Mental Health Trusts which are Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust and Esk and Wear Valleys Foundation NHS Trust, NHS Trusts for Hull University which are Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Hull Royal Infirmary, Castle Hill Hospital and Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital and Scunthorpe General Hospital and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust which are Scarborough General Hospital and York Hospital. The school is famous for its commitment to advancing females in careers in science, engineering, technology, medicine and maths and for its researches focused on improving diagnosis and treatment for patients. The final year of the program is arranged for the students to be pre-registration house officers and also do electives abroad.

Campus Life

Accommodation sites in the University of Hull are offered in Westfield Court, the Courtyard and Taylor Court and the University of York offers rooms with en-suite facilities and bars, computer rooms, dining halls and study areas nearby. Accommodation during clinical placements in NHS sites including Hull, York, Scunthorpe, Scarborough and Grimsby is available in NHS accommodation sites along with campus locations. The clinical placements during the third year of the program will be in two locations whereas it will be in one location for the fourth and fifth years. As it is the fourteenth oldest university in England, it has a rich heritage and a sense of community at the University of Hull. Hull York Medical School has its own library, the Middleton Hall that hosts conferences, cinema screenings and theatre productions, sports facilities and an award-winning nightclub named Asylum.