Cardiff University School of Medicine

Cardiff University School Of Medicine

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Cardiff University School of Medicine () was founded in 1893 when the Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Bacteriology were founded at University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire (now Cardiff University), in the same year. Students finishing their preclinical studies at Cardiff went on to other medical schools to continue their clinical studies. Most went to University College Hospital in London, part of University College London to complete their clinical studies. In 1931, the Medical School established a separate identity as the Welsh National School of Medicine, and in 1984, its name changed to University of Wales College of Medicine. In 2004, University of Wales College of Medicine was re-united with Cardiff University, forming the Cardiff University School of Medicine. As of 2008 the medical schools accepts some 305 British medical students per year and an additional 25 students from overseas, making Cardiff one of the largest UK medical schools .

The Medical School is situated at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK.


In 1995, the college introduced a new medical curriculum from which students should be able to combine and use knowledge, skills and judgement and develop appropriate attitudes to deliver a high standard of professional care.

Cardiff University offers an integrated medical course, whereby majority of the teaching is through lectures, but there also are...
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