School of Medicine
School of Medicine Attendance and Absence
There are a number of things you'll need to do if you're unable to attend. Find out what you need to do.
Medical students have responsibilities above and beyond those of other University students. The award of a medical degree automatically entitles the graduate to be provisionally registered by the General Medical Council and to practise under supervision as a doctor.
School of Medicine Assessment
MBChB assessment is to guide you towards success, assist academic staff and innovation in the course, demonstrating appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes progress through the course.
School of Medicine Placements
Placements make up a significant part of your course. Find out what you can do to ensure you're prepared and have the information you need.
School of Medicine Curriculum Overview
Here you will find curriculum overviews for Medical Programmes.
School of Medicine support
It is not unusual for you to require some additional guidance or/and support as you pursue your medical studies. Dealing with any uncertainties or challenges you face earlier rather than later usually provides for a better outcome.
The School values the views of its students highly and therefore hopes to manage complaints via informal channels and in a way that is sensitive to the needs of each specific case.
Humans of Healthcare Podcast
Medical students on the Leeds MBChB course and professionals in Medicine talk about the challenges they have had and how they have dealt with them.
School of Medicine Feedback
Why give feedback? The Higher Education Academy has produced the following 7 principles of good feedback practice
School of Medicine Mitigation
Mitigating circumstances are normally exceptional, short term, unforeseen and unpreventable events that may have a significantly disruptive effect on your ability to study. These events are over and above the course of everyday life, and normally outside of your control, and may affect your ability to attend lectures, prepare for seminars, complete coursework, revise for and attend examinations.
School of Medicine Plagiarism
If you have been accused of plagiarism, you may seek advice and support from a member of staff - the most appropriate people to approach would be your personal tutor and the Academic Sub Dean for your MBChB year or your Programme Manager.
Technology Enhanced Learning
Leeds Medical School students can expect a medical curriculum enhanced by the thoughtful integration of the latest research-led advancements in learning technology. The TEL team work closely with clinicians, academics, students, patients and carers to develop innovative educational resources that compliment every aspect of each course.