The bachelor's degree in Medicine provides the necessary knowledge from the sciences on which medicine is based, emphasizing understanding of scientific methods, the principles of the measurement of biological functions, the assessment of scientifically proven facts and data analysis.
The bachelor's degree in Medicine aims to train doctors able to meet the demands of society and capable of performing the tasks specific to the profession, such as anamnesis, examination, medical procedures, diagnosis, prognosis, health promotion and prevention. It also prepares students to approach their professional practice based on knowledge of basic, social and clinical sciences, always in accordance with the fundamental principles of medicine, and to carry out other healthcare roles (research, teaching and management) and master important skills for their personal development (self-criticism and self-assessment, independent learning, teamwork, personal care, professionalism and motivation, and a holistic perspective). The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Barcelona has been training generation after generation of excellent doctors for more than 100 years. It consistently tops the ranking of medical schools in Spain and is the only one included in the top 100 medical schools worldwide.