Best Universities for Medicine
|University of Cambridge||#9|
|University of Leicester||#10|
|University of Birmingham||#11|
|University of Aberdeen||#12|
|University of Plymouth||#13|
|University of Nottingham||#14|
|University of Glasgow||#15|
|University of Leeds||#16|
Plymouth Student Accommodation
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 22nd Jun, 1st Oct, 29th Oct & 19th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are planning a high-quality student experience, designed on the basis of in-person, face-to-face, teaching and learning activities, supplemented with digital resources. Students, staff and visitors on campus should wear face-coverings indoors within communal areas, and outside in crowded spaces.
9 Medicine reviews at University of Plymouth
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member1267241 On 14th March 22
Really good overall experience
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member1367238 On 14th March 22
Good content in course, very interesting
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member567237 On 14th March 22
I love medicine as it has always been my dream career. I learn about the human body which is very interesting for me.
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member1359294 On 30th May 21
A challenging BMBS course with patient exposure early on through community placements. Years 1 and 2 have a focus on physiology, anatomy and pathology, and years 3-5 are the clinical years with a range of community and hospital specialty exposure, each lasting 1-2 weeks (except in year 5, during which placements are in 6-week blocks).
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member649935 On 16th July 20
Love the way in which the course is structured and how the spiral curriculum helps you to constantly build up in prior knowledge
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member1048083 On 13th May 20
Great course structure with amazing ways to teach medicine benefiting from their up to date technology!
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member636317 On 28th February 19
Loving it so far, lots of support from teachers, ATs, MedSoc parents, academic mentors. PBL is meh. We learn clinical skills straight away which I really enjoy
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy member822847 On 17th June 16
Medicine and Surgery, BMBSBy CB On 26th March 15
Great course, am so passionate about the way it is run, with early patient contact and clinical experience. The only thing is that I wish we had more teaching time in lectures, as sometimes I find it hard to be productive by myself if I only have a couple of hours of lectures in a day. But other than that, I can't fault it. Fantastic support from all lecturers (they're always saying that if you need any help just email/find them, which is so helpful) and also academic tutor and pastoral tutor support. Great feedback opportunities also so we can work together to improve.