AboutThe School of Medicine has an enrolement of c.800 students, including many from overseas. University College Hospital, conveniently located beside the University campus, is the major teaching hospital. School members are highly qualified and the university has an extensive and well-funded programme of medical research. Students completing the School's primary undergraduate programme in Medicine are conferred with the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Obstetrics (M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.). Postgraduate programmes include the Doctor of Medicine M.D., the Master of Surgery M.Ch., the Master of Obstetrics M.A.O., the Master of Medical Science, the Master of Medical Science in Medicine/Physiotherapy and the Masters of Medical Science in Sport and Exercise Medicine/Physiotherapy. Courses are also taught in Chronic Illness Management, Clinical Education, Clinical Primary Care, Clinical Research, Endovascular Surgery, Medical Science, Muiskulosketal Medicine, Preventive Cardiology, Regenerative Medicine and Sports & Exercise. The School has recently expanded its undergraduate medical intake, implementing an exciting new curriculum. The University is committed to providing the most up-to-date facilities and resources for the study of medicine and health sciences at the Galway campus. An energetic building programme is underway, with new buildings coming on stream to accommodate new programmes and expanding enrolments.