We think Warwick Doctors are different. Graduate-entry applications encouraged from arts and science backgrounds

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We think Warwick Doctors are different.

Being a ‘Warwick Doctor’ means more than just being a doctor who graduated from Warwick…

Our students think Warwick doctors are different thanks to the diversity of their peers during their degree. As well as welcoming students straight from science, arts and humanities degrees, every year we’re joined by people from a wide range of professional careers, meaning each year group can benefit from the valuable experiences of their fellow students.

Our teaching staff think our doctors are different because of their thirst for knowledge, always striving to learn more and help each other succeed.

Health professionals think our doctors are different because of their excellent communication skills, developed through early patient contact from the very first term of their degree.

We think our doctors are different because of their motivation, resilience, and determination. All of our students have already completed a degree when they join us and in many cases have made significant sacrifices to study here. They are committed to becoming the very best doctor they can possibly be.

Warwick Medical School upholds a core set of values for its MB ChB students and staff. We support our students to develop and nurture skills and attributes that help make Warwick Doctors different. Warwick Doctors encompass key attributes including kindness, integrity, humility, innovation and creativity and are dedicated to helping others. Our community is committed to ensuring our students can excel and sustain these values.

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Why study at the University of Warwick?

  • Largest all-graduate entry programme in the UK (193 places available)
  • Applications are encouraged from both arts and sciences backgrounds
  • Students can join us straight from an undergraduate degree or after several years in industry. We find this makes for an enriched learning environment
  • Our MB ChB course is an accelerated programme, meaning you’ll graduate in four years, rather than five
  • Students benefit from early-patient contact
  • We have exceptional state-of-the-art facilities including clinical anatomy and imaging training and VR-led patient training
  • We have wide range of excellent relationships with our clinical and partner Trusts


We have purpose-built facilities – among them the well-equipped Medical Teaching Centre where students are taught during the first part of the course.

We use four hospital sites and approximately 80 GP practices in the Coventry and Warwickshire area to provide teaching during the four years. Our partner hospitals provide first class facilities for our students including purpose built education centres, study rooms and libraries.

Learning human anatomy is a large part of training to be a doctor. Here at WMS, we offer cutting-edge anatomy training with state-of-the-art plastinations and highly skilled lecturers.

We continue to make significant investment in our facilities and will be opening a brand new clinical skills and anatomy facility from autumn 2023.

Career ready

Our four-year graduate entry MB ChB programme is designed to help you become a highly competent, compassionate and strongly motivated doctor, committed to the highest standards of clinical practice, professionalism and patient care.

Upon successful completion of the MB ChB, graduates will be able to provisionally register with the General Medical Council and begin their Foundation posts.

Entry Requirements

We’re looking for motivated students who possess strong academic ability and a willingness and commitment to academic and personal growth.

To apply, you should have, or be expected to achieve, a minimum of an upper second class honours (2:1) degree (or overseas equivalent) in any subject.

Candidates will also be required to undertake the UCAT and evidence a minimum of 70 hours’ work experience prior to application.

For full details, please visit our website.

Fees and Funding

Annual tuition fees for Home students enrolling in 2023/24 will be £9,250. In the future, these may change for new and continuing students.

The UK has now formally left the EU. Students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland who start their programme of study in 2021 or later will no longer be eligible for the UK (Home) fee status and will pay fees at the Overseas rate.

Fees for Overseas Students for 2023/24 are £27,290 for year 1 and £47,580 for each of years 2, 3 and 4.

Some students may qualify for additional fee support and bursaries. For full information, please visit our website.

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