The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry has five sites.
The Whitechapel campus is adjacent to the Royal London Hospital and provides teaching resources and student accommodation.
The Garrod Building, where much of our teaching takes place, is on this campus and three of our institutes:
Nearest tube station: Whitechapel(District, Hammersmith & City lines and Overground services)
(shows car and bicycle parking)[There is no College car park on this campus: only on-street parking is available.]There is construction work taking place at the Royal London Hospital and some access routes at the Whitechapel campus are temporarily closed. Details are shown on the map.
Also at the Whitechapel campus:
Yvonne Carter Building(2 Newark Street, E1 2AT)
The Charterhouse Square campus, close to the Barbican in the City of London, is home to three of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry’s research institutes:
Nearest tube station: Barbican (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines), Farringdon (Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines and National Rail)
Also at Charterhouse Square:
Charterhouse Square Campus [PDF 1,940KB] (shows car and bicycle parking)
How to get to the Charterhouse Square campus
The historic Barts Hospital site at West Smithfield houses teaching facilities and communication skills laboratories, as well as being the home of the Barts CRUK Clinical Cancer Centre.
Also at West Smithfield:
West Smithfield Campus Map [PDF 725KB] (shows staff parking)
How to get to the West Smithfield campus
Mile End campus is only a few yards from Mile End Road and is the main campus of Queen Mary, University of London, of which Barts and The London Medical School is part.
Nearest tube station: Mile End (Central; Circle; District; Hammersmith & City lines). Approx 20 minute walk from Whitechapel campus.
On this campus:
Mile End Campus Map [PDF 932KB]
How to get to the Mile End campus
The School will be situated in Malta about 100km off the coast of Italy with a population of just under half a million. The official languages of Malta are English and Maltese, although most people speak English. The islands enjoy a pleasantly warm and sunny climate all year round with hot summers.
This state of the art, purpose-built school located next to Victoria on Gozo will sit alongside a modern newly built Gozo Hospital. It will house lecture theatres, seminar rooms, clinical and communications skills labs, library and IT suites, all equipped with IT and AV appropriate for the latest in medical teaching requirements. The school is the hub for all classroom-based teaching and practical skills sessions along with library and private study spaces.
For more information visit Studying in Malta.