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What does it mean to be a Warwick doctor?

We think Warwick doctors are different.

Find out why.

Being a 'Warwick doctor' means more than just being a doctor who graduated from Warwick...

Our students think Warwick doctors are different thanks to the diversity of their peers during their degree. As well as welcoming students straight from science, arts and humanities degrees, every year we're joined by people from a wide range of professional careers, meaning each year group can benefit from the valuable experiences of their fellow students.

Our teaching staff think our doctors are different because of their thirst for knowledge, always striving to learn more and help each other succeed.

Health professionals think our doctors are different because of their excellent communication skills, developed through early patient contact from the very first term of their degree.

We think our doctors are different because of their motivation, resilience and determination. All of our students have already completed a degree when they join us and in many cases have made significant sacrifices to study here. They are committed to becoming the very best doctor they can possibly be.

Think you've got what it takes to become a Warwick doctor? Find out more below.

Hear from our students

Find out why our students think the diversity of their peers contributes to their learning experience.

Hear from our staff

Jamie Roebuck, one of our senior teaching fellows on the MB ChB, explains why he thinks Warwick medical students are special.

Course information

Our four-year graduate entry MB ChB programme is designed to help you become a highly competent, compassionate and strongly motivated doctor, committed to the highest standards of clinical practice, professionalism and patient care. Find out what to expect on the course.

Life at Warwick Medical School

Life at medical school isn't all about your academic work. Find out about the great selection of social activities and sport you can get involved in outside of the course, as well as accommodation options and information about getting to campus and your placements.

Open days

We're running three open days this year - come along to meet our staff and students, find out more about the course and take part in taster clinical skills sessions.


Find out all you need to know about applying to medicine at Warwick, from academic entry requirements and work experience to your UCAS application and selection centres.


Student profiles

What's it really like studying at Warwick Medical School? Take a look at our series of profiles to find out how our current students are finding the course.

Interested in studying with us?

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