Following are the leading medical schools in Wales:

Cardiff University School of Medicine
- The School of Medicine at Cardiff is one of the largest in the United Kingdom.
- The School is the largest provider of medically-related Post-Graduate Taught courses in the UK.
- The School of Medicine offers two routes of study for the MBBCh degree in Medicine: the traditional five-year programme, and a six-year Foundation programme.
- The School is organised into the departments: Department of Pharmacology, Radiology, Oncology & Palliative Medicine; Department of Surgery, Anaesthetics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Department of Child Health; Department of Primary Care & Public Health; Department of Psychological Medicine & Neurology; Department of Infection, Immunity & Biochemistry; Department of Genetics, Haematology & Pathology; Department of Medicine; Department of Dermatology and Wound Healing.
- Cardiff University is ranked 103rd globally for Life Sciences and Medicine (QS World University Rankings 2010).

Swansea University School of Medicine
- The School of Medicine at Swansea University aims to be a centre of excellence in world-class research and medical education.
- It offers undergraduate and higher degree programmes including PhD, MD, MCh and Masters degrees.
- Swansea Graduate Entry Medicine Programme is a 4-year 'fast-track' medical degree programme. Graduates of any discipline are welcome.
Swansea University is ranked 376th among the world's top universities in the QS World University Rankings 2010.

* Suggested Reading: Top Universities in Wales
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