The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) was founded in Preston (UK) as the Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge. In 2018, the Centre for World University Rankings estimated Central Lancashire to be in the top 3.7 percent of all worldwide universities, highlighting the progress the institution has made in providing students with real-world learning experiences and reflecting the institution’s broad pool of academic talent.
University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) School of Medicine announced that they are releasing additional places for high calibre international students wishing to study medicine (MBBS) in September 2019. Students meeting UCLan entry requirements should visit their website for further information and application options.
UCLan’s medicine degree offers an innovative approach to medical education, training students to become professional, compassionate doctors. You will benefit from a state-of-the-art curriculum; designed with local patients. UCLan offers a warm, supportive and multi-cultural learning environment, where every student is treated as an individual. You’ll enjoy early patient contact and clinical placements in the NHS from Year 1. The programme is delivered by expert staff in the University and our associate NHS education providers.
Why choose to study Medicine at UCLan?
Work with patients from Year 1
Clinical placements in UK NHS hospitals and clinics
Study in small, diverse groups
High staff to student ratio so you’re fully supported during your studies
Practise in ultramodern facilities
Be taught by expert, experienced staff with clinical backgrounds
Programme is quality assured each year by the GMC
No UCAT required