The creation of a new and distinctive medical school serving the three counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire is an exciting development both for the University of Worcester and the local community and health sector.
Through a multidisciplinary education and research environment, we are committed to continually optimising our programs – ensuring that our disciplines are best positioned to address the challenges of 21st century healthcare.
The Department of General Practice at UCC was established in June 1997, with the appointment of Colin Bradley to the Chair. It is a small but dynamic Department with numerous teaching and research interests, and takes an active role in supporting and developing GPs and primary care professionals.
Established in 2007, the Department of Psychology is one of six academic units in the Faculty of Education and Health Sciences. Our vision is to be internationally recognised as a centre of learning and research that advances knowledge, addresses contemporary social issues and improves people’s lives.
General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) figures show that the University of Sunderland is consistently one of the top-ranking Schools of Pharmacy in the National Registration Assessment. The pass rate in 2019 was 89.82% which is significantly above the national average of 72.33%
We are delighted to have been named No.1 for Medicine in the UK, alongside our friends the University of Glasgow, in the Complete University Guide 2021.
Professor Rory McCrimmon, Dean of the School of Medicine, said, "This is an excellent result that shows once again that Dundee is among the very best places to study medicine.
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Our superb courses, state-of-the-art facilities, first-rate staff, and focus on practical skills and professional relevance is producing some of the country’s most employable graduates.
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