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Warwick Medical School

Study at WMS

Medicine (Graduate entry)

Our four year graduate-entry MB ChB (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery) programme is a challenging but extremely rewarding programme designed to help you become a highly competent, compassionate and strongly motivated doctor.

Undergraduate study

Find out about our new undergraduate science degrees for 2020 entry, MSci Integrated Science and BSc Health and Medical Sciences.

Postgraduate education and development

Career enhancing postgraduate education and CPD programmes are available in a range of specialist areas giving you the knowledge and skills to help shape the future of healthcare.

Research excellence

Enquiring minds

By training the best talent, developing research capacity and fostering national and international collaborations, we seek to solve some of the world's most pressing health problems. Our research is undertaken across three divisions:

Developing future research leaders

WMS offers full and part time research degrees that can improve patient health outcomes, change care pathways and improve service organisation.

News and events

Researchers recommend early walking in a brace for Achilles tendon rupture

A new study from Warwick Medical School and the University of Oxford reveals a breakthrough for sportsmen and women in the treatment of Achilles tendon rupture.

Student quiz team retain title for third year running

A team of four third year MB ChB students, the 'Titanic Swim Team', have been crowned winners of this year's WMS Game Show Jamboree - for the third year in a row!

Online tool for carers demonstrated for Minister of State for Care

A new tool developed by Warwick Medical School to help carers manage the daily challenges of life when caring for a friend or loved one has been presented to the Minister of State for Care at Westminster.

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Mortality from all causes over 40% higher in female domestic abuse survivors

Women who have experienced domestic abuse appear to be more than 40 per cent more likely to die from any cause compared to the general population, a study led by the Universities of Warwick and Birmingham suggests.

bloggers

MedLife blog

Follow our medical student bloggers, Abbie and Jordan, as they progress through the course.