Clinical anatomy


Medicine here is studied at Hull York Medical School - a partnership between the universities of Hull and York - which provides world-class research and cutting-edge training for the doctors of the 21st century. At Hull, Hull York Medical School sits within the Faculty of Health Sciences.


We have a proud reputation as one of the UK's most exciting, contemporary schools, offering innovative and rigorous medical education.


  • MBBS Medicine

    MBBS in Medicine is delivered through Hull York Medical School.

Postgraduate Taught

Postgraduate Research


"Studying at Hull has given me the academic and practical grounding to look forward to my future as a doctor with confidence."

Mazin Eragat
MBBS Medicine

Why study at Hull?

Our programmes combine teaching in some of the UK’s most advanced medical training facilities with clinical exposure in the region’s surgeries and hospitals right from the start.

Clinical anatomy teaching

Blended learning

Students enjoy a blended learning approach, with clinician-led, problem-based learning supported by lectures, clinical placements and Scholarship and Special Interest Programmes.

Hull York Medical School junior doctor at Hull Royal Infirmary

Clinical placements from the start

Right from the start, our MBBS students experience a breadth of clinical placements in inner-city, rural and coastal settings, offering a diverse experience and providing valuable employability skills.

Hull York Medical School student on placement

World-class research

Our world-class research inspires our students to graduate as excellent thinkers, evidence-based practitioners and patient-centred communicators.

Allam Medical Building top view

Health Campus

From mock operating theatres, hospital wards and intensive care facilities to state-of-the-art working spaces, our new Health Campus offers an unparalleled training environment.

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Our students graduate as excellent thinkers, evidence-based practitioners and patient centred communicators who are thoroughly prepared for clinical practice.

MBBS graduates register provisionally with the UK's General Medical Council and enter the two-year Foundation Programme which prepares them for specialist or general practice training.

Graduates of our postgraduate programmes leave with the knowledge and skills needed to think independently and critically and to meet the challenges posed by their future careers.

*Data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency

In the last four years 100% of students went on to graduate and professional level employment or study within six months of graduating*




Hull York Medical School students examining Xrays

Our research

Our researchers have a real impact within the region and beyond. Projects include work to enable the early detection of cancer, help people with life-limiting illnesses and better treat respiratory diseases from asthma and bronchitis to the chronic cough.

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International opportunities

As part of the MBBS, students have the exciting opportunity to study abroad or work in a specialist service in the UK for their final year elective.

Previous students have enjoyed placements at hospitals and research institutes in Vanuatu, Tenerife, Belize and South Africa, as well as leading UK organisations such as the Institute of Neurology in London.

*Research Excellence Framework 2014

An impressive 85% of research at Hull York Medical School was classed as world-leading or internationally excellent*


Campus tulips in Spring

Now see for yourself

The best way to see if the University of Hull is right for you is to come and visit us. We hold Open Days throughout the year. Book your place now - we'd love to meet you.

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Contact us

Hull York Medical School
  • University of Hull
  • Hull, UK
  • HU6 7RX