The best universities for Medicine across the UK that ambitious students should be considering.
The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. The university is associated with 16 winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
The University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research institution. In total, 92 affiliates of the university have been awarded Nobel Prizes, covering every category.
UCL is a constituent college of the University of London. The UCL academic community includes 117 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
Imperial is a science-based institution based in the centre of England's capital. They boast 14 Nobel Prize winners, including Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin.
KCL is a research university with campuses located at Guy’s Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital. They have produced 12 Nobel Prize winners, including Maurice Wilkins who discovered the structure of DNA.
Situated in the heart of the historic capital of Scotland. Edinburgh Uni has the third largest endowment of any UK university after Oxford and Cambridge.
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Sam is currently reading MBChB Medicine at Cardiff University with the hopes of becoming a doctor. Sam is extensively involved in research, currently focusing on neurodegenerative disease and sleep. He worked part-time as a research associate at the University of Oxford during his study gap, focusing on Parkinson’s disease and continues his research at Cardiff.
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