Norwich Medical School

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Norwich Medical School
Established 2002
Type Medical school
Location Norwich, Norfolk, England
Affiliations University of East Anglia
Website http://www.uea.ac.uk/medicine

Norwich Medical School (NMS) is a medical school based at the University of East Anglia, in Norwich. It was previously called University of East Anglia School of Medicine Health Policy and Practice.The school has a 5-year MBBS course, with the possibility of intercalation after year 3 or 4.[1] The first intake of 110 students was in 2002, of these 56% of them were not straight from school.[2]

Courses[edit]

Norwich Medical School offers two undergraduate courses: a five-year MBBS and a six-year MBBS with a foundation year. Students must complete the foundation year to a satisfactory standard before progressing to the rest of the course; they join the five-year program after foundation.[3][4]

Students undertake clinical rotations throughout their course at various general practice surgeries and the following hospitals: Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, James Paget University Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn, and Ipswich Hospital.

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