Intercalation is an opportunity to enrich your undergraduate Medicine degree by taking a year out of your programme during which you study a different undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
Here at Hull York Medical School, you can intercalate after your second year to study an undergraduate programme, or after your third year to study a specially designed intercalated BSc, a Masters or in exceptional cases a PhD.
Whilst intercalation is not a requisite on our Medicine programme, we encourage all our students to consider this option to broaden their skills and knowledge and allow them to explore a new subject area.
You can choose to undertake your degree with us, or at another institution in the UK or even internationally.
Whether you study an undergraduate or postgraduate degree, intercalation is an opportunity to broaden your horizons, study a subject you are passionate about or help you to decide where your passion lies.