We aim to graduate excellent clinicians who are equipped to practise in the 21st century, with a deep understanding of the scientific foundations of medicine and high levels of clinical expertise. The course is designed to ensure you meet the necessary standards in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes that new doctors need, as identified by the GMC in its publication, ‘Outcomes for Graduates’.
Winson Chung, Medicine student
"The most enjoyable experiences of my first year were the clinical placements. I had the chance to take histories and perform simple examinations on patients under the supervision of the most caring and supportive doctors at the Royal Stoke University Hospital. The time at the hospital and the GP clinic was a constant reminder of why I chose to study medicine. " - read more about Winson Chung, Medicine student
Brittany Hillman, Medicine Student
"Overall, I can honestly say choosing Keele was the best decision I made. The campus, hospital and small year groups make it the perfect location to study medicine." - read more about Brittany Hillman, Medicine Student
Harriet Scott, Keele Medicine Graduate
"I would recommend medicine at Keele because the staff are friendly and will go above and beyond to help you. The course has supported me in my extracurricular activities, but also made sure I am on target to where I need to be. They truly do want to graduate excellent clinicians." - read more about Harriet Scott, Keele Medicine Graduate
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Keele University School of Medicine
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