There are three routes at Nottingham by which medical students graduate as doctors – the five- and six-year undergraduate courses (A100 and A108) and the graduate entry four-year course (A101).
On all three courses the educational objectives are the same, namely to acquire the knowledge, skills and behaviour to allow the graduate to practise as a new doctor on the foundation training programme with the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) degrees. In addition, all students on the five- and six-year courses obtain a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (BMedSci) degree.
Designed for school leavers, you will first take a three-year Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) course. After successful completion, you will undergo a further two years of foundation doctor training.
Designed to widen participation, this course is for students who have not been to university previously. You will begin with a foundation year and then follow the same structure as the A100 five year course.
A 4-year fast-track course designed specifically for graduates of any discipline. It is delivered in partnership with Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and based at a purpose-built medical school on the Royal Derby Hospital’s site.
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