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Learn about studying Medicine and Health at Buckingham, home of the two-year degree and ranked 1st for Teaching Excellence in the UK*. Students are at the heart of everything we do: we’ve been 1st in England for Student Satisfaction for three years running (The Complete University Guide). You will love our personalised teaching model (with small class sizes), dedicated student support team, and beautiful, safe campus.


Our Schools of Medicine and Allied Health are hubs for professional healthcare training based at both Buckingham and Crewe. We offer a range of Medicine and Health courses, from the MB ChB Medicine, Podiatric Medicine and Biomedical Science, to postgraduate courses for healthcare professionals.

Our unique 4.5-year, GMC-accredited medicine programme will develop you into a competent, safe and caring doctor, well equipped to progress in your chosen area. We introduce patient contact from as early as term one, giving you plenty of opportunities to interact and shadow leading practitioners. You will be taught both on-campus and at our clinical placements at nearby hospitals.

Our Medicine and Health courses are suited to both UK and international students. As an independent medical school, we have no cap on international student places.

We also offer a range of allied health programmes at our brand new Health Sciences campus in Crewe , based in Cheshire in North West England. As of January 2021, Medicine is now also offered in Crewe.


DibyeshwarI, MB ChB

“The University of Buckingham Medical School has been very welcoming and informative. The academic faculty is always there to assist students in their studies and always makes sure students are comfortable in what they are doing. Every member of staff from the students union, IT, student support, refectory staff help to make you feel at home.”



By studying medicine or an allied health programme, you can help to make a real difference to people’s lives. With over 60 different specialisations in the medical profession, you can benefit from a range of career options from GPs to podiatrists. Our degrees will teach you transferable skills such as presentation, research and communication alongside of medical knowledge, meaning you will be equipped to work in a difficult and pressured environment.



Milton Keynes University Hospital

South Warwickshire Foundation Trust

Bucks Healthcare Trust

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Milton Keynes University Hospital

The University of Buckingham Medical School received General Medical Council (GMC) accreditation in May 2019. The GMC has commended the University for the ‘excellent professional, academic and pastoral support that extends throughout the University and clinical learning environments’ and ‘the robust systems that ensure the quality of all aspects of the MB ChB programme, including teaching and assessment’.

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Our admissions process consists of two stages: the first stage is to submit an application with all supporting documents (either via UCAS, or directly to us), via the apply button. If you meet our entry requirements, you will be invited to the second stage, known as a Selection Day: this involves a series of multiple mini interviews. Our decision to make an offer is based on how well you do at Selection. Selection dates are as follows:

11th March (completed)
29th April 2021 (completed)
13th May 2021 (completed)
17th June 2021 (completed)
15th July 2021 (completed)
19th August
2nd September 2021
14th September 2021
21st October 2021
4th November 2021 (provisional)

*Teaching Excellence Framework: The Times Higher Education metrics rankings, 2017