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Yorkshire and Humber

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Yorkshire and Humber deanery is made up of North Yorkshire and East Coast, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire. You can find out more about the posts at each below.


Entry Statistics

In 2018, there were 562 posts across Yorkshire and Humber (North, West and South), with a competition ratio of 0.88.

Posts Available

More information on the various programmes available across the region is available on the School’s website. LTFT is possible in this School, and linked applications are considered when allocating to geographical area, but overseas placements are not offered.

North Yorkshire and East Coast

The School covers Scarborough and York in North Yorkshire, Hull in the East Riding, Scunthorpe in North Lincolnshire, and Grimsby in North East Lincolnshire.

Successful applicants to the NYEC School will be appointed to two-year programmes, and will not undergo a matching process midway through F1 for their second year.

There are three hospital trusts in the North Yorkshire School, covering a variety of locations and services. The only linked university in the area is Hull York Medical School.

More information on the various programmes available across the region is available on the School’s website. LTFT is possible in this School, and linked applications are considered when allocating to geographical area, but overseas placements are not offered.

South Yorkshire

The School covers the metropolitan areas of Sheffield and Doncaster, as well as the smaller towns of Worksop, Rotherham, and Barnsley.

Successful applicants to the South Yorkshire School will be appointed to two-year programmes, and will not undergo a matching process midway through F1 for their second year.

There are six hospital trusts in South Yorkshire, covering a variety of locations and services. The only affiliated university in the area is the University of Sheffield Medical School.

More information on the various programmes available across the region is available on the School’s website. LTFT is possible in this School, and linked applications are considered when allocating to geographical area, but overseas placements are not offered. The school covers a small geographical area, and candidates hoping to be linked at programme level will still be placed close to one another – even though linked applications at programme level are not supported.

West Yorkshire

The School covers the metropolitan area of the Leeds-Bradford conurbation, including Huddersfield, Wakefield, and Harrogate.

Successful applicants to the West Yorkshire School will be appointed to two-year programmes, and will not undergo a matching process midway through F1 for their second year.

There are six hospital trusts in West Yorkshire, covering a variety of locations and services. The only affiliated university in the area is the University of Leeds.

More information on the various programmes available across the region is available on the School’s website. LTFT is possible in this School, and linked applications are considered when allocating to geographical area, but overseas placements are not offered. The school covers a small geographical area, and candidates hoping to be linked at programme level will still be placed close to one another – even though linked applications at programme level are not supported.

Academic Posts

There are 21 AFP posts available in South Yorkshire, including 12 medical education posts – all affiliated with the University of Sheffield. More information on the specifics of each AFP post may be found here.

There are 21 AFP posts available in North Yorkshire, and three medical education posts – all affiliated with Hull York Medical School. More information on the specifics of each AFP post may be found here.

There are 21 AFP posts available in West Yorkshire, all research-based and all affiliated with the University of Leeds. More information on the specifics of each AFP post may be found here.

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