The introduction of interprofessional education (IPE) at undergraduate is supported by multiple research programs (Eddy Jordan & Stephenson 2016; West et al. 2015). A survey of IPE was sent to UK medical schools aiming to establish if there were correlations between factors related to institution faculty students and the IPE. The response rate was inclusive of >50% of UK medical students. Quantitative analysis demonstrated strong correlations between earlier introduction of IPE and facilitation by medical education specialists leading to better evaluation. A snapshot of UK medical school IPE has been captured identifying best practice thus enabling recommendations for future implementation.