At Leicester, you will learn from experts in their field and from patients. Our new curriculum allows enhanced time for patient contact and is designed to meet the needs and challenges of the NHS.

We are looking to attract people from all backgrounds who display a caring attitude and values consistent with those of the NHS constitution. You will take forward knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will prepare you for inevitable future changes in practice.

Our courses

Medicine MBChB (A100)
In this degree, you will meet patients from the outset and learn from experts in world-class facilities, and find out what it takes to become a doctor working in the industry today. Our excellent facilities include anatomical dissection of human cadavers.

Medicine MBChB with Foundation Year (A199)
Medicine degrees aren’t easy to get into. But this doesn’t mean becoming a doctor is out of the question. If it looks like you won’t meet the entry requirements to study medicine at Leicester, this Foundation Year degree is your path to making it happen.

Intercalated degrees
Whether you’re studying at Leicester Medical School or another institution, an iBSc or iMSc will give you a professional advantage once you graduate from your medical degree.

Applying to Leicester

Find out about the application and interview process to study Medicine at Leicester, including details of the UCAT, mitigating circumstances and information for applicants with disabilities.

Application information

Why Leicester?

Find out what makes Leicester Medical School a unique place to study medicine.

Discover Leicester


See key information about fees and funding for your medical degree, including details of available loans and bursaries.

More about finance

After your degree

At the end of the undergraduate programme you will receive your MBChB degree, which is a primary medical qualification (PMQ). Find out what happens next.

Becoming a doctor