Medicine at Kent and Medway Medical School - UCAS

Course summary

The Kent and Medway Medical School (KMMS) is a collaboration between Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Kent. It builds on the existing high-quality clinical teaching and research strengths of both universities and is working in partnership with the highly regarded Brighton and Sussex Medical School for support and quality assurance purposes. KMMS is a new medical school and the BM BS programme is subject to successful progress through the General Medical Council's quality assurance programme. For the most up to date information please visit the KMMS website, Our innovative, integrated curriculum, delivered by expert teachers, uses person-centred approaches to develop understanding of people and population health needs. You gain hands on experience in service-learning modules delivered within the communities of Kent and Medway and beyond. Medicine is challenging, mentally, physically and emotionally as doctors need to combine expert clinical skills and confident decision-making with compassion, dedication and commitment to improving lives. At KMMS, we want to attract talented students from all backgrounds to take up that challenge and help us to transform the future of health care. We are looking for resilient students with personal qualities that a good doctor requires as well as academic ability.


Modules: Year 1 Community and Primary Care in Practice 1 Professional Development and Person-Centred Practice 1 Foundations of Health and Disease Skills for Clinical Practice 1 Heart, Lungs and Blood Nutrition, Metabolism and Excretion Modules: Year 2 Community and Primary Care in Practice 2 Professional Development and Person-Centred Practice 2 Skills for Clinical Practice 2 Neuroscience and Behaviour Reproduction and Endocrinology Musculoskeletal and Immune Systems Modules: Year 3 Clinical Foundations Course Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Scientific Basis of Medicine Clinical Rotations – Medicine and Surgery Clinical Rotations – Elderly Medicine and Psychiatry Clinical Rotations - Medicine, Surgery and Perioperative Care Integrated Practice 1 Modules: Year 4 Specialist Rotations General Practice and Public Health Medicine Individual Research Project Integrated Practice 2 Modules: Year 5 Senior Rotations Regional Attachments Finals For further details about the content of these modules, please visit our website: Study at KMMS

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Points of entry

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  • Year 1

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Admission tests

Criminal records declaration (DBS/Disclosure Scotland)

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University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT)

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Medicine at Kent and Medway Medical School - UCAS