University of Leeds

A sound knowledge and understanding of human anatomy is required in almost all medical specialities, not simply in the obvious disciplines like surgery, pathology and radiology. The BSc Clinical Anatomy provides the opportunity for extensive hands-on study of anatomy in the dissecting room supported by lectures, tutorials and seminars in areas including gross anatomy, neuroanatomy, medical imaging and medical embryology.

The anatomy team is small and friendly. We work very closely with the intercalating anatomy students and get to know them very well.

Students on this degree programme have gone on to give oral or poster presentations at national meetings; some have won awards for these presentations.

Entry requirements

Medical students from other universities may apply for entry to intercalated undergraduate (BSc/BA) programmes of study offered at Leeds; please review individual course entry requirements.

Closing date

27 January 2019