On average, 450 doctors, 70 dentists, 160 pharmacists, and 550 nurses, midwives and allied health professionals graduate annually from our undergraduate programmes.
These programmes all integrate educational objectives with early clinical experience, research opportunities and an ethos of patient-focused care. Integrated delivery across MAHSC ensures that our students are taught by qualified educationalists, practicing clinicians and active researchers within high grade and specialist clinical research and teaching environments.
Our postgraduate and post- registration trainees similarly benefit from this integrated learning environment. Of our current population of over 2,303 postgraduate students registered within the Faculty, 1,562 are engaged on MSc programmes that are either accredited and/or provide higher specialist training and 741 are engaged in MRes, MPhil, MD or PhD programmes.
Our four-year doctoral training schemes in areas of clinical and translation importance are supported by major UK funding bodies and ensure that interdisciplinary research is conducted within clinical settings and in collaboration with, for example Engineering (Tiissue Engineering & Nanoscience), Humanities (Global Health & Humanitarian and Conflict Response), Computer Science (Medical Imaging, Systems Biology, Bioinformatics & Health informatics), Life Sciences (Neuroscience) and the Business School (Service Improvement).