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School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health

Pastoral Support: The Collegiate System

“It’s nice being part of another community separate from your medical course and academic work. It’s good to have a personal tutor from your college that you can speak to as well as having academic tutors in the faculty.”

Bhavna Joti, former Stage 1 student
Rowing on the Tees

“Colleges are a really great idea and mean that you can do things you wouldn't be able to at other universities. I'm nowhere near a university standard rower, but thanks to the collegiate system, I've been rowing for over a year and I'm secretary of my College's boat club… and I play the clarinet in the University's Concert Band. I really enjoy doing them, as you need a release from all things medicine every now and again.”

James Hilton, former Stage 2 student