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Our medical school


At Surrey, you’ll learn in a modern, purpose-built faculty building on our Manor Park campus in Guildford – with all essential facilities close by.

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Medical student
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A modern space to learn

Our main teaching and learning facilities are in the Kate Granger Building: a modern, purpose-built environment for medical education. It’s also home to our labs and a range of diagnostic and analytic equipment, similar to that found in National Health Service (NHS) hospitals.

Build your confidence

You’ll benefit from our innovative use of simulations in our world-leading simulation facility, featuring model wards, theatres and even an ambulance bay.

From the earliest stage of your programme, you’ll have the opportunity to examine ‘patients’, in the form of actors – building your confidence in both medical techniques and communication skills.

This leads to immersive simulations where you’ll be in charge of a team of students from different health disciplines, as a complex scenario unfolds.

You practise not only your clinical skills, but also leadership, in a pressurised, yet perfectly safe, simulated environment.

Inside the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit (MATTU)

Clinical Research Building

The Clinical Research Building houses three core facilities hosted by the University: The Surrey Clinical Research Facility, Surrey Sleep Research Centre and the UK Dementia Research Institute (DRI) Living Lab/UK-DRI Care Research & Technology. All of which will be available to you during your studies.

Paramedic and nursing students in Surrey Clinical Simulation Centre

Study with us

With patient contact from the first term, our innovative Medicine (Graduate Entry) BMBS degree will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to practise medicine in a fast-changing healthcare environment.