Hull York Medical School is a different kind of medical school.
The joint medical school of the universities of Hull and York it has a reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting and contemporary schools. Following the government’s expansion of undergraduate medical education, Hull York Medical School were awarded an additional 90 places – providing the School with an opportunity to train more doctors equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to deliver brilliant care.
The project involved a complete redesign of the existing medical school building, and provision of new clinical skills spaces nearby in the Seebohm Rowntree Building.
- Enhanced student experience by increasing and improving teaching and collaborative learning spaces including an expanded and re-equipped anatomy suite
- Facilitating the expansion of Hull York Medical School’s undergraduate and postgraduate provision, enabling more students to be taught at York
- Providing opportunity for students across health disciplines at York to train side by side
- Enabling the School to remain at the forefront of developments in health education by locating students and the Health Professions Education Unit in close proximity