The School of Graduate Entry Medicine and Health is within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Based in a new building on the site of the Royal Derby Hospital, the School accommodates over 120 University staff and enjoys excellent links with the Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The School delivers the Graduate Entry Medicine course which is an innovative four-year, fast-track programme designed to widen access to medical careers for graduates who come from a wide range of professional and educational backgrounds.
The School also offers two degrees in Healthcare Science; as part of our commitment to widening access into health care education there is a 4-year BSc with a Foundation Year, there is also a 3-year BSc. Full details about these courses can be found on our BSc in Healthcare Science pages.
Research within the School is focused on clinical and translational research, spanning molecular mechanisms through to clinical trials. The range of research is funded by the Biological and Biotechnological Sciences Research Council, Medical Research Council, British Hear Foundation, Royal Society, amongst others. Academic staff include basic scientists, clinicians and health professionals. Full details of research in the School can be found on School Research Pages
There are opportunities for interested postgraduate research students to undertake laboratory or clinical projects on key research themes and to receive supervision from a range of clinical and non-clinical academic staff. Full details of our postgraduate research opportunities are available on our Postgraduate Research Pages