The medicine course is taught by clinicians and scientists at the top of their field in exciting and varied ways. There is a mixture of lectures, tutorials, experiments, dissections, surface anatomy lessons and communication skills seminars, as well as opportunities to experience the clinical side of medicine early on. The hospitals affiliated with the university are world renowned, and are excellent centres to hone your clinical skills in year 3, 5 and 6. The BSc done in year 4 offers students to explore an area of medicine that they particularly enjoy, or even try something new like the business management course. The forms of assessment in years 1 and 2 involve exams that include multiple choice questions and short written questions. As you progress through the university, practical skills are assessed. Overall, this course is incredibly enjoyable, the people are very welcoming, and the university offers a wide range of clubs and societies to be involved in.