Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Teaching facilities

Queen Mary University of London
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry – Malta

Our state-of-the-art, purpose-built medical school is based on the Gozo campus next to Gozo General Hospital in Victoria. 

Our medical school is the hub for all your classroom-based teaching and your practical skills sessions. It also houses a lecture theatre, seminar rooms, clinical and communications skills labs, library/IT suites and space for private study with the latest learning support technology.

Artist rendition - External view of Medical School Building

Medical School

Our brand new four-storey 8,100 square metre building is situated on the island of Gozo, next to Gozo General Hospital and hosts a range of state-of-the-art facilities including:


External View of New Medical School Building
External View of the New Medical School Building
  • 150 seat auditorium
  • Lecture hall for 125 students
  • 2 computer labs, each with capacity for 70 students
  • 250 square metre library
  • Skills and simulation suites
  • Number of classrooms, boardrooms and office space
  • Student common room and social space
  • Cafe
  • Rooftop area
  • Problem Based Learning (PBL) rooms
  • Office space for staff: Directors Office, Business Services, Curriculum Office, Academic Workroom and Boardroom

Anatomy Centre

A new Anatomy Centre next to Gozo General Hospital in Malta was formally opened on 19 December 2018. With a bespoke modern design, the building is equipped with the most up-to-date facilities to support anatomy and clinical skills teaching. 

The unique facility is a focus of teaching activity at Barts and The London's Malta campus. The building will also provide office accommodation for academic, technical and administrative staff.

A central feature of the building is its anatomy lab where students undertake practicals and tutors lead demonstrations using anatomical specimens and models. The lab includes a dedicated area for learning anatomy through dissection and is equipped with facilities for showing clinical images, videos of surgical procedures and specialised computer imaging.

The space includes a mortuary area, which has an embalming area with state of the art refrigeration and storage facilities. The building also has a central courtyard, which provides an outdoor space for students and staff.

Photos from the formal opening ceremony with Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat

Clinical and Communications Skills Centre

We will also have an exceptional Clinical and Communications Skills Centre, designed by the GMC-commended Barts London Team, to allow you to practise clinical methods and practical skills using patient simulators, models, video recordings and mock ward settings.

Your communications skills will be developed in our interview room suite, using video recording and trained actors to role-play clinical scenarios and provide valuable feedback. We plan to make the centre available for self-directed learning outside teaching hours and for exam refresher practicals.


Library in Medical School Building Malta
Library in Medical School Building

You will have access to a collection of basic medical texts in the School Library as well as 24hr remote log-in access to a large selection of online resources, including picture libraries, books, journals and articles. The Library has excellent computer facilities, as well as individual private study and group study spaces.

Computing facilities

Computer Lab in Medical School Building
Computer Lab in Medical School Building

Every student has an email account and access to the web, as well as a fast wi-fi service. Queen Mary University of London's intranet (QM+) provides students with an extensive medical knowledge base, which includes key lecture notes, papers and research resources. Our intranet is also our main administrative channel of communication (for example, distributing timetables, study plans and exam results, as well as learning materials).