Study Medicine at Ulster University
In response to the medical workforce shortage in Northern Ireland, Ulster University has established a new School of Medicine that will focus on providing much-needed additional doctors in Northern Ireland through its MBBS programme.
As Northern Ireland's Civic University, we have served the health needs of our communities for 47 years. The School of Medicine at Magee will build on Ulster University's excellent reputation in Health Sciences. The School will develop a new generation of doctors for the 21st century who understand the needs of our communities and can deliver the care required. We look forward to welcoming our first cohort of MBBS students in August 2021.
A message from Professor Louise Dubras
In the video below, Professor Louise Dubras, Foundation Dean of the School of Medicine, reflects on the role of a doctor particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A message from our stakeholders
We greatly appreciate the support from local stakeholders, as shown in the video below, in the development of our new School of Medicine and the impact it will have on the regional healthcare workforce and economy.
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Ulster is working closely with St George’s, University of London as our partner medical school.
Open to eligible students on our Graduate Entry Medicine programme. Applications open on 5 July 2021.
Students from St George’s, University of London share their experience of studying Graduate Entry Medicine.
Studying at Magee campus
Known for its friendly village vibe, whilst located in the heart of Derry~Londonderry, with its impressive buildings, this historic campus has all the characteristics of a traditional academic institution complimented with cutting-edge research and teaching, including a £11million state-of-the-art teaching centre and a £1.3million library transformation