We currently run two undergraduate degree programmes:
Our four-year medicine programme is the largest graduate-entry course in the UK, with an intake of over 190 graduates each year. This programme leads to a primary medical qualification recognised by the General Medical Council.
We want to help you further your skills, so you can continue to improve patient care.
Discover the opportunities for professional development in a broad range of healthcare specialities, including diabetes, public health, advanced practice, medical education and critical care.
We offer full- and part-time research degrees spanning biomedical, clinical and health research.
With research opportunities across the University and within a clinical setting, WMS offers an academically rich and diverse environment.
Peer Observation of Teaching
We have a teaching observation scheme at Warwick Medical School. Peer observation of teaching is an important and commonly used mechanism in UK Higher Education to promote effective teaching, provide opportunities for professional development for teachers and to allow institutions to demonstrate teaching quality assurance and enhancement. Find out more.