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Medicine at Queen's Virtual Information Session

For Domestic (NI/ GB / RoI) applicants interested in September 2024 entry

Medicine at Queen's

Discover the opportunities waiting for you as a student at our Medical School in Queen's University Belfast. 

Date: 21st September 

Time: 5pm - 7pm


Queen’s is an exciting place to study medicine. Key features of our programme include participation in clinical skills in Year 1, integrated case-based learning to facilitate your application of knowledge and skills to clinical practice, whole body dissection and clinical learning in a wide range of primary and secondary care settings.

To find out more about studying Medicine at Queen's and to help with any queries at this time QUB is providing an opportunity for students to attend an information session hosted by;

  • Dr Inez Cooke – Academic Lead for Admissions to Medicine
  • Liam Barton - Admissions Manager (Undergraduate)
  • Q & A with current medical students 

They will be present throughout the session providing information on admissions, the course, support for applicants and a Q & A session.   We will also be joined by our current medical students allowing you to chat directly with students and ask them questions about the first year of our medical degree.

Please register below and we will email you the event details including the link to join the live room.  

If you are unable to attend, please register your details and you will be sent a recording of the event afterwards.  

Date: 21st September 

Time: 5pm - 7pm

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Hear from subject specialists about studying medicine and our new programme.



Staff and current medical students will be on hand to discuss studying and student life at Queen’s.


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  • Global Opportunities, Students undertake an Elective module at the start of Year 5. Many students take this opportunity to travel abroad to work in a different medical environment

  • Professional Accreditations, The award of the MB BCh BAO degree means that you are eligible to apply for provisional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC).

  • World Class Facilities, Medical students at Queen’s have access to excellent teaching facilities including a world-class interprofessional simulation centre and a dedicated medical library. Two of the city’s teaching hospitals and several University Research Centres are located close to the University’s Health Sciences Campus.

Calum Simpson

Calum Simpson, 5th Year Medical Student

"For my elective I travelled to Perth, Western Australia, for placements with St John Ambulance Western Australia and the Royal Flying Doctors Service. This experience has been an incredible opportunity to develop my clinical, and communication skills; whilst also gaining a better understanding of the management of resources in healthcare in order to provide the best care for patients. I would highly recommend considering Queen’s for medicine. The QUB elective programme is well organised and a brilliant way to start your final year of Medicine."
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