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The Cambridge graduate course in Medicine is a partnership between West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, the University of Cambridge, local general practices and four University of Cambridge colleges.
The course started in September 2001. Students are admitted to one of four colleges: Hughes Hall, Lucy Cavendish College, St Edmunds College or Wolfson College. Students regularly return to West Suffolk throughout the course to gain practical experience and clinical teaching. The course also involves general practices, so students can see patients being cared for from primary care onwards, appreciating the contribution of all partners to the health care of patients.
This can be found in the undergraduate admissions section on the University of Cambridge website. This page contains a link to a more detailed guide to the course.
This can be found on the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine website.
View the Hughes Hall College website here
View the Lucy Cavendish College website here
View the St Edmunds College website here
View the Wolfson College website here
This publication, produced by the University of Cambridge admissions office, contains some information about being a graduate student in Cambridge.