MEDEV in England

Higher education organisations in England

Universities UK represents the higher education sector in England and Northern Ireland

The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) promotes and funds high-quality, cost effective teaching and research, meeting the diverse needs of students, the economy and society.

The Quality Assurance Agency in England (QAA) is responsible for checking how well academic institutions meet their responsibilities for maintaining academic standards and quality.  In addition, the QAA is responsible for identifying good practice and making recommendation for improvement.  The QAA also publish guidelines to help institutions develop effective systems to ensure students have a high quality experience.

The Higher Education Academy (HEA) works in support of the higher education sector in England and Northern Ireland.  The HEA in England and Northern Ireland aims to support the professional development of individual staff, institutions and communities of practice, as well as contributing to national policy.

Medical schools/departments

England currently has twenty-six regional medical schools, which provide taught undergraduate and taught/research postgraduate courses in medicine.

Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Hull York Medical School

Hull York Medical School

Imperial College London

Faculty of Medicine

Keele University

School of Medicine

King’s College London

School of Medicine

Newcastle University

Newcastle Biomedicine

Peninsula Medical School

Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry

Queen Mary, University of London

Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

St George’s, University of London

St George’s, University of London

University College London

Medical School

University of Birmingham

College of Medical and Dental Sciences

University of Bristol

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

University of Cambridge

School of Clinical Medicine

University of Durham

School of Medicine and Health

University of East Anglia

School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice

University of London

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

University of Leeds

School of Medicine

University of Leicester

Leicester Medical School

University of Liverpool

Faculty of Medicine

University of Manchester

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

University of Oxford

Medical Sciences Division

University of Sheffield

Medical School

University of Southampton

School of Medicine

University of Warwick

Medical School

Dental schools/departments

England currently has ten regional dental schools, which provide taught undergraduate and taught/research postgraduate courses in dentistry.

King’s College London

Dental Institute

Newcastle University

School of Dental Sciences

Peninsula Medical School

Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry

Queen Mary, University of London

Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

University College London

UCL Eastman Dental Institute

University of Birmingham

College of Medical and Dental Sciences

University of Bristol

School of Oral and Dental Sciences

University of Central Lancashire

School of Dentistry

University of Leeds

Leeds Dental Institute, Faculty of Medicine and Health

University of Liverpool

School of Dentistry

University of Manchester

School of Dentistry

University of Sheffield

School of Clinical Dentistry

Veterinary schools/departments

England currently has five regional veterinary schools, which provide taught undergraduate and taught/research postgraduate courses in veterinary medicine.

University of Bristol

School of Veterinary Science

University of Cambridge

Department of Veterinary Medicine

University of Liverpool

School of Veterinary Science

University of London

Royal Veterinary College

University of Nottingham

School of Veterinary Medicine and Science

Key government departments for England

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) brings together all aspects of the economy, with policy areas including skills and higher education to innovation and science to business and trade.

The National Database of Accredited Qualifications contains details of qualifications that are accredited by the regulators of external qualifications in England (Ofqual), Wales (DCELLS) and Northern Ireland (CCEA).

The Directgov – Qualifications explained website provides information about the types of qualifications that can be gained through further and higher education.

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