As the Vice Chancellor of the University of Bolton, our institution is well-equipped to deliver a high-quality Medical School that would benefit our students and the wider community. At the Institute of Medicine (IoM), we are committed to providing top-quality education and training to future healthcare professionals. Our mission is to equip our students with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their chosen careers and to make a difference in the lives of their patients.
Our faculty is made up of experienced healthcare professionals who are passionate about teaching and who are dedicated to helping our students succeed. They bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our programmes, and they are committed to providing personalised support to each and every student.
The University has an established and highly regarded Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, which provides exceptional training to our students and has a proven track record of delivering innovative, evidence-based health training.
The Institute of Medicine will build upon the reputation of the Faculty of Health in delivering excellent undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Medicine.
Our programmes are designed to be rigorous, challenging, and relevant to the needs of the healthcare industry. We offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programmes in fields such as medicine, nursing and radiology, among others.
As the Pro Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Medicine, I cannot overstate my enthusiasm for the launch of our Medical School. This venture is a testament to our dedication to excellence and innovation in medical education, as well as our unwavering belief in the transformative power of healthcare.
Our vision for this new endeavor is nothing short of extraordinary. We aim to nurture the next generation of healthcare leaders, equipping them with the knowledge, skills and compassion necessary to make a profound impact on the lives of patients and communities. Our curriculum is designed to foster holistic, compassionate and patient-centred care, critical thinking, cultural competence and a deep sense of responsibility to society.
We understand that attracting the right faculty members is instrumental to the success of our Medical School. We are committed to providing a supportive and enriching environment where both students and faculty members can thrive personally and professionally.