The Medicine North Wales MBBCh GEM course is delivered in partnership between the School of Medical Sciences at Bangor University and Cardiff University School of Medicine. As a GEM student you’ll have the opportunity to undertake all your medical degree in North Wales with placements across the region.
Whilst training to be a doctor by undertaking this Bangor/Cardiff University collaborative provision programme you’ll benefit from:
- An innovative spiral curriculum based on evidence gathered from across the world
- Teaching from internationally-renowned researchers and clinicians
- Award winning clinical teaching at the University Health Board, top rated by our current medical students
- Excellent teaching and facilities at the School of Medical Sciences, Bangor University (Gold Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)
- Having North Wales as your classroom, meaning you get a breadth of clinical experience from small, rural GP practices and small cottage hospitals to fast-paced city A&E departments and complex surgical specialties
- A unique focus on community medicine through a range of experiences - coastal, small towns, farming, mountain medicine, large teaching hospitals
- Learning in bilingual communities equipping you with skills to deliver linguistically appropriate care
- A smooth transfer into the first year of your career as a doctor
The C21 north Wales GEM course accepts high performing students from recognised feeder stream courses and also students already accepted onto A100 programme at Cardiff who wish to transfer after successful completion of their first year.