Lancaster University – Medicine Webinar

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Problem Based Learning – The what, where and how

12th May 3:30-5pm

This webinar will introduce how Problem Based Learning (PBL) is used at Lancaster Medical School. Attendees will be able to explore and begin analysing a real PBL scenario and find out how this is used to stimulate learning across the breadth of subjects covered at Medical School.

Sign up to the PBL Webinar here


Medicine and Surgery MBChB


Other Upcoming Medicine Webinars

How to Prepare for the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT)

18th May 12:30-2pm

Studying Medicine at Lancaster University

26th May 3:30-5pm


Our Course

Our five-year MBChB degree will equip you with the knowledge, skills and values to deliver excellent patient-centred care in an ever-changing field. Problem Based Learning will encourage you to develop the self-directed study skills required for life long learning and a successful career in Medicine.

Join the future of medicine at Lancaster.


Hear from students

Listen to some of our students talk about the Medicine course and the community it creates.

Take a look at our video

Course Details


Want to know exactly what the course covers and its structure?

Find out more about the course

Subject Guide


Gain an insight into the support, skills and themes that are on offer at Lancaster.

Explore our Guide


Resources used at Lancaster
These sites are used in the first year to help with understanding anatomy and physiology:


TeachMeAnatomy website

TeachMePhysiology website

KenHub website

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Recommended Resources


Other websites
Want to explore Medicine and prepare ahead of applying?

The Medic Portal website has lots of advice and guidance.

BMAT website as well as being the official testing site it also has resources to help with preparation.


The Medical Schools Council has new guidance about work experience during Covid-19.


MedMentor website is a new site which is set up by Medicine students for Medicine applicants.

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Contact us and our students
You can message current students and staff members your questions through our university website by following this link, Ask a Student.


We also have current students and recruitment staff on The Student Room site to answer your questions. You can also communicate with others interested in Lancaster and explore related forums by following this link, The Student Room.


Not forgetting the university’s social media:





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