Nathan Crang

Studying Medicine at Exeter is a brilliant experience as it is focussed on allowing you to become the best Doctor that you can be. Exeter focusses on key skills such as patient communication and clinical skills which means that you are able to go out into the workplace and interact with patients in a professional and competent manner.

Nathan Crang

Careers and employability

BMBS Medicine

  • 11th in the UK for Medicine in The Guardian University Guide 2016
  • 11th for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2015
  • 83% of research classified as world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2014)
  • 100 per cent of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) students progressing into employment or further study within six months of graduation

Your route to becoming a doctor

Our Medicine degree produces capable and confident Foundation doctors who are prepared for their role. Our graduates are equipped with the skills for lifelong learning and continue to develop in their professional careers.

You will learn with, from and about other healthcare professionals to ensure that patients benefit from the best possible care.

Programme information

Find further information about the programme structure, intercalation, teaching and academic support and entry requirements.

Life at the Medical School

Find out about life as a Medical School student and get a flavour of life on campus.