Swansea University School of Medicine

Swansea University School Of Medicine

Coordinates: 51°36′36″N 3°58′48″W / 51.610°N 3.980°W / 51.610; -3.980 Swansea University College of Medicine is a medical school on the Swansea University campus with additional teaching centres located throughout South and West Wales, including Cefn Coed, Singleton Hospital and Morriston Hospital in Swansea, Prince Philip Hospital in Llanelli, Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest and Bronglais Hospital in Aberystwyth. The college also has an extensive network of primary care teaching centres. The college offers a four-year graduate only entry medicine programme (MB BCh) and higher degree programmes, including PhD, MD, MCh and Masters degrees. The college has three main activities: learning and teaching, biomedical and healthcare research, and business interaction.

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