Yorkshire and the Humber: UK medical school region

Below is a listing of UK medical schools located in the Yorkshire and the Humber region (one of the 12 currently designated Nations and Regions within the United Kingdom).

For the big picture across all UK medical school locations, check also our statistics on regional distribution of UK medical schools and notes on location details and postal addresses.

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The Universities of Hull and York came together in 2003 to create an integrated five year medical programme at Hull York Medical School (HYMS), with PBL at the heart of all teaching. With an innovative curriculum aimed at an ever-changing NHS, Hull York Medical School equips students with a strong foundation in clinical science through its integrated programme.  Students have the option to intercalate after the second year or after the third year. 

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to Hull York medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
2003

Years of course:
5

Total medical students:
930

Average year cohort:
186.0

Region:
Yorkshire and the Humber

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (strictly required)
Chemistry (strictly required)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
UCAT

A Level typical offer:
AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AA-BBB

IB typical offer:
36 points

General teaching method:
Integrated, PBL

Anatomy teaching:
Prosection

Intercalation mode:
Optional intercalation

Leeds’ five-year, integrated curriculum is known for its emphasis on clinical and communication skills. The medical school is a leader in patient and carer involvement, giving students an important insight into the experience of those with disabilities and those who care for them. Leeds is also a leader in educational technology, having developed a handful of award-winning apps. 

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to Leeds medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
1831

Years of course:
5

Total medical students:
1340

Average year cohort:
268.0

Region:
Yorkshire and the Humber

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (acceptable option)
Chemistry (acceptable option)
Maths (acceptable option)
Physics (acceptable option)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
BMAT

A Level typical offer:
AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AB

IB typical offer:
35 points

General teaching method:
Integrated, PBL

Anatomy teaching:
Dissection, Prosection

Intercalation mode:
Optional intercalation

Sheffield’s five-year integrated curriculum champions patient-focused Medicine. Students have clinical contact from year one, complemented by early clinical skills training. Teaching is delivered through lectures, seminars, tutorials, small group work, and full-body dissection for anatomy. Sheffield’s medical programme is divided into four phases. Sheffield was ranked 12th in the UK in clinical, pre-clinical and health in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to Sheffield medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
1828

Years of course:
5

Total medical students:
1350

Average year cohort:
270.0

Region:
Yorkshire and the Humber

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (acceptable option)
Chemistry (acceptable option)
Maths (acceptable option)
Physics (acceptable option)
Psychology (acceptable option)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
UCAT

A Level typical offer:
AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AA

IB typical offer:
36 points

General teaching method:
Integrated

Anatomy teaching:
Dissection

Intercalation mode:
Optional intercalation