Message regarding 2017 placement applications:
We are no longer accepting applications for 2017 placements. The deadline was on the 1st July.
We are currently reviewing the applications and will be contacting all applicants to inform them of the outcome of their application in the week commencing Monday 25th July.
The University of Cambridge’s School of Clinical Medicine is able to provide a number of elective placements each year for Medical students based outside of Cambridge. The elective placements are for a maximum of 6 weeks and take place at the Cambridge University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust – Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
From the first direct measurement of blood pressure to the unravelling of the complexities of DNA and the discovery of monoclonal antibodies, Cambridge has been in the spotlight. Advancing into the 21st century, Addenbrooke’s symbolises the world class stature of Cambridge Medicine. It is in the front rank of the UK’s finest University Teaching Hospitals with an international reputation based soundly on treatment, teaching and research. To the left is a picture of the University of Cambridge Institute of Metabolic Sciences. The Metabolic Research Laboratories (MRL) is a cross-departmental institute within the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, that is housed in the purpose-built Institute of Metabolic Sciences on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (Addenbrooke’s Hospital site).
A Cambridge Elective Placement offers medical students from around the world the opportunity to spend 6 weeks in a specific department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Students will observe various aspects of the running of the department from meetings to medical procedures, giving you an invaluable opportunity to learn from some of the UK’s leading medical consultants.
For more information about what happens when you undertake an elective placement with us please visit the about page.
If you are considering applying for an Elective placement please make sure that you read the entry requirements for all students who wish to apply. You may also find it useful to read the information provided about the accommodation that is provided and the application stages. We have included an FAQ page which you may find useful if you have any further questions.
|2017 Elective Placements||The dates and specialities for 2017 will be published in the week commencing 29th February 2016.||The 2017 application round will open on Thursday 3rd March 2016. The application form will be available online on Thursday 3rd March.|