- Within five years of its foundation, the programmes in our Medical School were ranked 2nd (Medical Imaging 1 ), 3rd (Medical Sciences 2) and 5th (Medicine 3) in the UK.
- This course, shaped by the latest student feedback, builds on the best features of these courses – and you can be one of the first to join.
- Our small-group teaching delivers the dedicated support you need to develop your knowledge and your capacity for critical thinking.
Right now, as you explore our programme, environmental stimuli are being detected, converted to electrical signals, and passed throughout your nervous system. This nervous system is the most complex structure in the known universe. Its dysfunction gives rise to diseases that affect all of us, directly or indirectly, wherever we are in the world. Its normal function underpins a remarkable range of biological phenomena, from the electrical activity of your heart to the regulation of your digestive system. Other parts of the nervous system give rise to cognitive processes, such as memory and decision-making, whose interactions shape your behaviour – and combine to shape your every experience.
This fascinates us. If it fascinates you too, keep reading…