BMBS — 2025 entry Medicine (Graduate Entry)

On our innovative four-year course, you'll gain the academic requirements you need to begin working as a foundation doctor in the UK or abroad. You'll practise your skills in our exceptional healthcare facilities and gain clinical experience on placements with our partner NHS trusts.

Key course information

Start date
September 2024
Full time
4 years
Overseas fees
£44,500
UCAS code
A101
Campus
Kate Granger Building
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Why choose
this course?

  • Study a hands-on curriculum where you’ll learn to meet the needs of your patients by developing your knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology. You’ll also learn essential skills in communication, the psychological and social factors of patient care, as well as skills in forming a differential diagnosis and patient management.
  • Develop your medical skills in our multimillion-pound health education facility and take part in supervised practical work in safe and simulated environments.
  • Learn from world-leading academics and clinicians with a wide range of clinical expertise.
  • Explore the application of technologies within the modern healthcare environment.
  • Complete structured clinical placements with our partner National Health Service (NHS) trusts.
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Statistics

4th in the UK

The University of Surrey is ranked 4th for overall student satisfaction* in the National Student Survey 2023 

Top 5 in the UK

For student experience in the The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 

12th in the UK

Surrey is ranked 12th in the Complete University Guide 2025

*Measured by % positivity based on Q1-24 for all institutions listed in the Guardian University Guide league tables. 

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Terms and conditions

When you accept an offer to study at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to follow our policies and procedures, student regulations, and terms and conditions.

We provide these terms and conditions in two stages:

  • First when we make an offer.
  • Second when students accept their offer and register to study with us (registration terms and conditions will vary depending on your course and academic year).

View our generic registration terms and conditions (PDF) for the 2023/24 academic year, as a guide on what to expect.

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