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Welcome to the Medical School

At the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic, our Head of School Professor Keith Lloyd wanted to create an online event experience that would allow you, our online guests, to experience the friendly, student focussed atmosphere of the School. This video is his short 'Welcome' to you as one of our online guests.

Enjoy exploring and get in touch if you have any questions.  

Populaiton Health and Medical Sciences Quesiton and Answer.

Population Health and Medical Sciences offers you a variety of specialised career paths to choose from; Research, Enterprise and Innovation and Medicine. This course focuses on the determinants of human health, from sub-cell, to cell, system individual and finally population.

In this video current student Olivia talks with Course Director and founder Dr Jodie Croxall exploring the scope of the course and what you might expect to learn and experience.

Want to study Medicine?

If you are applying for undergraduate Medicine, or have a passion for science which you want to quench whilst keeping the option of Medicine open to you in the future, our Pathways to Medicine are the perfect route for you. Our Pathways prepare students to apply to Graduate Entry Medicine Programmes across the UK but also guarantee you an interview subject to meeting the qualifying criteria. 

Our Director of Learning and Teaching Professor Phil Newton talks with current Medicine Student and Pathways Graduate Gloria about how Pathways work and what to expect if you choose this route. 

View our Facilities

Explore our world leading facilities and teaching space here at the Medical School which include the Institute of Life Science 1 and 2 and the Data Science Building.

Meet Olivia

Olivia, one of our Population Health and Medical Sciences students, tells you why she loves studying with us, what she likes about Swansea, the course and the University.

Graduation Video

It is Graduation Day and our graduates share their experience of studying with us, what they plan to do next and what they loved about their time at the Medical School.

A cure for Cancer?

Professor Paul Dyson talks about how his research in harnessing bacteria to target tumours. Could it be a Cancer breakthrough?

Explore the Medical School and your Course

Find out more about Swansea University Medical School by reading our School Magazine 'Pulse,' and find out more about your course by visiting our Quick Guide.