Why study Medicine?
For over 800 years Oxford has made an outstanding contribution to the art and science of medicine, as scientists, philosophers and physicians have made the city a world-leading scientific centre of learning. From Roger Bacon’s original conception of medical science in the 13th century as an inductive study of nature, based on and tested by experiment, to Dorothy Hodgkin’s discovery of the structure of penicillin during World War II, Oxford has given the world some of its most important medical discoveries. Join Oxford Royale Academy’s Medicine Summer School in Oxford, and be part of this amazing medical tradition, experiencing the world-leading, ground-breaking scientific attitude and spirit embodied by the city of Oxford.
Medical School Preparation 16-18
The Oxford Royale Experience