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The Bachelor’s degree in Medicine at the University of Deusto is a recognised, solid and reliable project, as well as being necessary and innovative, oriented towards a person-centred medicine.
This degree programme is born from the vocation of service to society in which we are immersed, training excellently qualified medical professionals, capable of integrating their scientific and research dimension with their professional competence and their more human dimension.
We are committed to a person-centred medicine, which means treating the sick, not the disease. It is essential to listen to patients and allow them to express their concerns and ask questions. In medicine, humanism is paramount.
You will learn with the Problem Based Learning PBL methodology, as initiated a few years ago by the innovative McMaster University (Canada), always at the top of the rankings of Medicine, thus revolutionising medical education worldwide.
6 years - 360 ECTS
Spanish - Basque - English
Full time taught course
Admission process closed
Si tienes interés en los Grados y Dobles Grados del Área de Salud de la Universidad de Deusto, no te pierdas las sesiones informativas que hemos organizado.
Del 11 al 14 de diciembre podrás obtener toda la información necesaria para ayudarte a elegir tu titulación, en el campus de Bilbao o en el campus de Donostia.
Thanks to the PBL methodology I am more autonomous, I manage my time better and I work better in a team.
The University of Deusto has more than 40 years’ experience in the field of Health Sciences with the implementation of Psychologydegree programmes.
It has 34 research teams, 19 of them recognised as excellent by the Basque Government
Subjects will be taught in Spanish, English and Basque (optional).
If you choose Basque, you will have the necessary number of credits to obtain the recognition of the C1 language profile.
In 1st and 2nd years, you will have pre-clinical laboratory practice, with patients and simulation exercises in the Virtual Hospital.
From 3rd to 6th years, you will carry out clinical practice with patients in real-life settings.
You will have a tutor who will advise you on academic, personal and professional aspects.
You will have the University Orientation Service (SOU) available to you. This service aims to support and assist you in making decisions that affect your academic performance and personal well being.
In 4th year, you will be able to access an international mobility experience for one academic semester.
You will develop key competences for the work of future medical graduates.
The curriculum has been designed to make you feel useful from day one, as a developing doctor. In addition to acquiring knowledge, you will develop communication and teamwork skills. You will learn most of the theoretical content in small groups with a teacher-facilitator.
Faith, solidarity, culture and sports activities