We are proud to train future doctors and physician associates. We also prepare students for other healthcare careers. And, we develop the skills and knowledge of qualified professionals in the sector.
Our postgraduate provision includes courses in:
- Medical Education and Leadership
- Performance and Rehabilitation
- Urgent and Rural Medicine
- Physician Associate Practice
Many courses allow you to convert previous CPD study into academic credits towards a postgraduate award. You can study full or part-time either online or by blended learning. Some programmes use CPD blocks so you can learn alongside your professional role.
We also provide the opportunity for you to study individual modules rather than a full postgraduate course.
Get to know us
Attend our Open Day and discover why our campus is the perfect place for you. You can ask current students about their experiences, speak to academics and get a feel for life at UCLan.Book an Open Day
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A day in the life of a postgraduate research student
Attend the National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Conference: Changing Practice, Changing Outcomes.07 June 2023 - 08 June 2023
9.30am - 5.00pm BST
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Our tutors are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Take that next step towards your postgraduate degree.Book a session
Why choose us?
- The postgraduate provision in the School of Medicine is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS).
- Learn from supportive teaching teams. This includes clinicians and researchers with a wealth of industry experience.
- Our MBBS programme is accredited by the General Medical Council (GMC) and listed on the World Directory of Medical Schools.
What jobs can you get with a medicine degree?
Our flexible postgraduate programmes will provide you with the skills and qualifications to start a new role. Or, you can develop your portfolio career whilst working in the medical or wider healthcare team.
Our undergraduate courses will enable you to progress into a career as a doctor (MBBS) or a physician associate (MPAS). Our accelerated two-year Medical Sciences degree offers a fast-track route into graduate entry medicine, dentistry or other health related courses. Our foundation entry provides a pathway into further study if you don’t have the qualifications to start an honours degree.
Future careers for medicine graduates:
- Hospital doctor
- General practice doctor
- Clinical radiologist