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MB ChB Medicine and Surgery (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Minimum 2.1 in a Life Sciences subject. Results are scored.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Biology or Chemistry is required. Results are scored.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Where the highest qualification in English or Maths is at GCSE, grade 7 (A) is normally required. Results are not scored.

International Baccalaureate
Biology or Chemistry, must be offered at Higher Level. Results are scored.

Admissions test:
UCAT (the total UCAT scores of all applicants will be ranked and a score allocated according to the decile within which the result lies)

Widening participation
When scoring an application contextual data is taken into account relating to secondary school performance.

Care leavers will receive compensatory adjustments for both secondary school and degree results.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine and Surgery (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
Applicants with a 2:1 in any subject and have achieved ABB at A level are ranked by total UCAT score.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level including Biology and Chemistry. Applicant must be predicted AAB.

AA at Advanced Higher including Biology and Chemistry. Applicant must be predicted AB.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Minimum of grade B in science, English and Maths.

Home applicants: GCSE results are scored and the total score is scaled to a maximum of 6 then combined with a score derived from the total UCAT result (maximum of 4).

The website calculator allows prospective applicants to receive feedback on the likelihood of success based on the academic factors used in selection.

International Baccalaureate
6,6,6 at Higher Level (including Biology and Chemistry; must be predicted 6,6,5) plus total points score of 32.

Admissions test: UCAT

Widening participation
Pathways to Birmingham

Contextual data into account when selecting applicants for interview, including school performance data at GCSE and A level.

 

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools

MB ChB Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
If the applicant has a 2:1 degree in any discipline then BBB at A level would be considered. Graduate applicants not meeting this requirement must have taken the GAMSAT.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
A*AA at A level completed within a two-year period, to include Chemistry or Biology plus a second science (Biology, Chemistry, Further Maths, Maths, Physics, Statistics) and a third academic subject. Only one from Maths, Further Maths and Statistics may be included in the offer. Science A levels must include the practical annotation.

AB at Advanced Higher including Chemistry or Biology plus a second science. AAAAB at Higher including Chemistry or Biology plus a second science.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Minimum five GCSEs at grade 7 (A). English Language, Maths and Sciences must have been passed at a minimum of 6 (B).

Minimum of five Scottish National 5 qualifications at grade A/1, with a minimum of grade B/2 required in English Language, Maths and any science not offered at Higher grade B or better.

International Baccalaureate
35 points from six academic subjects. Grades of 6,6,6 at Higher Level and 6,6,5 at Standard Level usually required.

Admissions test:
UCAT (Home applicants) BMAT (International applicants)

Widening participation
Local students completing Keele's Steps2Medicine programme will receive automatic interview and a 2-grade reduction on the standard A level offer (i.e. AAB). Other applicants meeting specific criteria or educational and socio-economic disadvantage may also qualify for automatic interview and reduced offer.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine (A104)

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You would need to follow this 1-year course with an approved degree in medicine. 

This is a Medicine with a Preliminary Year* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Predicted grades are not used in selection. Applicants made an offer will be required to achieve A*AA in three A levels taken at a single sitting. Applicants must not have studied Chemistry post 16 and should not have studied more than one science subject. It is likely that a number of applicants achieving AAA will also be admitted.

Scottish Highers are required at grades of AAAAB, not including Chemistry or more than one other science. Two Advanced Highers (not including chemistry or biology) must also be achieved at minimum grades of AB.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
A minimum of five full GCSEs or equivalent level-2 qualifications at grade A/7, with a minimum of grade C/5 required in English Language and Maths.

A minimum of five Scottish National 5 qualifications at grade A/1, with a minimum of grade C/3 required in English Language and Maths.

International Baccalaureate
A minimum of 35 points from six academic subjects, not including Chemistry. Grades of 6,6,6 at Higher Level and 6,6,5 at Standard Level usually required. No grades below 5 are accepted.

Admissions test:
UKCAT (Home applicants)
BMAT (International applicants)

Widening participation

Applicants who are enrolled on Keele Steps2Medicine programme or who have appropriate widening participation flags identified by UCAS are guaranteed interviews and may be eligible for entry with A level grades below the standard offer. Flags are based on postcode and school performance data.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

 

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2019 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants) 
2:1 honours degree (or equivalent), weighted towards science degrees (BSc or equivalent) or non-science degree with Chemistry in an accepted high school qualification (eg A level grade B, SQA Higher grade B or IB Higher Level at grade 5).

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level including Chemistry and one of Biology/ Human Biology, Maths and Physics.

BB at Advanced Higher in S6. AAAAB at Higher by the end of S5 including Chemistry and two of Biology/Human Biology, Maths or Physics.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
National 5s in Biology, Chemistry, English and Maths at grade B.

GCSEs in Biology, Chemistry, English, Maths at grade 6 (B). Double Award combined sciences or equivalent at grade 6,6 (BB) may replace GCSE grades in sciences.

International Baccalaureate
37 points with 7,6,6 at Higher Level including Chemistry and at least one other science subject.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
Edinburgh Medical School considers a broad range of contextual factors in its selection process. Additional points are added for a range of contextual indicators including: ACORN, SIMD, low progression school, care experienced or applying through a designated access pathway.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB BChir Medicine (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
At least a 2.1 degree in any discipline (science subjects are most useful).

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Academically competitive applicants will generally have at least AAA at A level or equivalent, including an A or A* at Chemistry (passed within seven years of entry), plus A level passes in two of the following: Physics, Biology, Maths.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
No specific requirements.

International Baccalaureate
Academically competitive applicants will generally have at least 36 points with 6,6,6 at Higher level including Chemistry and two of the following at Higher or Standard level: Physics, Biology, Maths. Those who do not hold these grades should be aware that their application will be in direct competition with those who do.

Admissions test:
None

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB BChir Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers 
Typical offers are A*A*A at A level, or AAA in Scottish Advanced Highers. On entry, applicants must have A level passes in Chemistry and at least one of Biology, Physics, Maths (two required by some colleges).

Please note that the success rate for students offering three or more Science/Maths A levels has often been higher than for those without.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
No specific requirements.

International Baccalaureate
40–42 points, with 7,7,6 at Higher Level. On entry, applicants must have Higher Chemistry and at least one of Higher Biology, Physics, Maths (two required by some colleges).

Admissions test: 
BMAT

Widening participation:
Contextual data is considered within the admissions process; relevant applications receive contextual flags based on individual, socio-economic and educational disadvantage. This information is fully considered as part of a holistic admissions process to aid in the fair assessment of applicants, but does not result in systematic lower grade offers.

The university delivers a Medicine Summer School with the Sutton Trust, alongside a number of other subject-specific outreach interventions.

Find out more about this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine - Graduate Entry Programme (4 year)

London, Queen Mary, University of London (Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry) Opens in a new window

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Applicants may apply in the final year of their degree and must be predicted/achieved at least an upper second class honours degree (or equivalent) in any subject. Degrees are divided into three categories.

• Bioscience degrees which contain sufficient Biology and Chemistry – no further A or AS level requirements.
• For science degrees which lack Biology or Chemistry, candidates must have a minimum A or AS level grade C for Biology and/or Chemistry (depending on what is missing in the degree).
• For non-science degrees, candidates must have a minimum B grade in A or AS level Chemistry or Biology, plus one other science also at grade B. Accepted science subjects are Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, and Psychology. You may apply with achieved or predicted grades.

Degrees must be completed in the natural length intended for the qualification (generally three years for Bachelors and four years for integrated Masters).

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Please see above, depending on degree.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Not scored.

International Baccalaureate
Not scored.

Admissions test:
UCAT

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine (A100)

London, Queen Mary, University of London (Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry) Opens in a new window

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
Applicants with a 2:1 degree in a bioscience subject have no further A level requirements in Biology or Chemistry; if in science subject that does not contain these elements then minimum grade C in Biology or Chemistry is required; if in a non-science degree then minimum grade B in Biology or Chemistry is required plus one other science also at grade B.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
A*AA at A level including Chemistry or Biology and a second science subject (Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Maths). Any third A level can be taken except for Further Maths, General Studies or Critical Thinking.

AAA in Scottish Highers, including Biology and Chemistry. Grades AA in Advanced Highers in two of the subjects offered at Scottish Highers, including Chemistry and/or Biology.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
777666 (AAABBB for GSCEs taken before 2015) or above in any order to include Biology (or Human Biology), Chemistry, English Language, and Maths (or Additional Maths or Statistics).

International Baccalaureate
38 points with a minimum of 6 points in the Higher level science subjects and 6 points in the third Higher level subject. Three subjects are required, including Chemistry or Biology and one other science or mathematical subject at Higher level, and three subjects at Standard level including Chemistry or Biology, if not offered at the Higher level.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
Structured schemes in place: Bridge the Gap and Realising Opportunities.
All students on these schemes will receive a AAA offer.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine (Graduate entry) (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Minimum of 2.1 achieved in any subject.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Not scored.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Not scored.

International Baccalaureate
Not scored.

Admissions test:
UCAT

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
2:1 degree and A levels at ABB

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level obtained in the first sitting, including Biology and Chemistry.

If Hull York Medical School is chosen as the applicant's firm choice then AAB plus A in the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) is accepted.

AAAAB at Higher level including Biology and Chemistry at grade A, taken in a single attempt. Either AA at Advanced Higher level Biology and Chemistry
plus an additional Higher at grade A, or AA in Advanced Higher level Biology and Chemistry, plus an additional Advanced Higher at grade B.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
At least eight GCSEs at 9 (A*) to 4 (C), or equivalent.

International Baccalaureate
36 points. Applicants must have 6,6,5 in three Higher level subjects including Biology and Chemistry.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
Contextual data used to make alternative offers of ABB for applicants from linked widening participation schemes and AAB for all other applicants who
qualify.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

BM BCh Medicine (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Previous degree in applied or experimental science, including Engineering. A 2.1 or above is expected.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
At least two sciences at A levels including Chemistry.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
If degree is not in Biosciences, then Biology or Double Science at GCSE is required.

International Baccalaureate
At least two sciences at Higher level including Chemistry.

Admissions test:
BMAT

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Minimum AAA at A level including Chemistry and Biology plus a third subject. Please note that the standard offer is likely to be A*AA with the A* in either Chemistry or Biology.

AAA grades in Advanced Highers including Chemistry and Biology and one Science or Maths subject and one additional subject at Scottish Higher.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Minimum of GCSE grade B in English Language or equivalent qualification.

There is no longer any other GCSE or Scottish Nationals requirement

International Baccalaureate
Minimum 38 points overall including 6 in Biology and Chemistry at Higher level. Grade 5 in Standard level English is required.

Please note that the standard offer is likely to be 39 points overall including 7 and 6 in Biology and Chemistry at Higher level.

Admissions test:
BMAT

Widening participation
A contextual offer of AAA rather than A*AA may be available. The medical school is involved in the Pathways to Medicine scheme.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
If the applicant has at least a 2:1 degree in any discipline and a grade B or higher in A level Chemistry or Biology they will be considered.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA or A*AB at A level including Chemistry or Biology (at least at A) and one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Psychology, but excluding General Studies, Citizenship Studies or Critical Thinking.

AAA at Advanced Higher including Chemistry or Biology and one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths or Psychology or AA in 2 sciences at Advanced Highers plus AAB in 3 other subjects at Highers.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
GCSE grade 6 (B) in English Language, Maths and two sciences, including Chemistry and Biology or Double Science.

Scottish National grade B in English Language, Maths and two sciences.

International Baccalaureate
34 points with 6,6,6 (or 7,6,5) in Higher Level including Chemistry or Biology (at 6 minimum), and one of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths or Psychology, and three Standard Level subjects.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
Contextual data will be used in selecting for interview and at offer stage. As well as giving alternative offers for students on the Realising Opportunities Programme and MEDLEAP programmes, those on these access programmes are automatically invited to interview providing they are not in the lowest two deciles of UCAT and do not have band 4 in the SJT.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBChB Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
First class or upper second class (2:1) Honours degree in a relevant life science subject. This should be the first degree obtained.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA grades at A level, to include Chemistry and another science, achieved in one sitting.

A minimum group of AAAAB grades at SQA Higher level including Chemistry and another science subject, all to be obtained at the same sitting. Biology is required to at least Standard grade.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Minimum of eight subjects, at grade B or higher to include Biology, Maths, English.

International Baccalaureate
Minimum total of 37 points, to include 6,6,6 at Higher level. Subjects at Higher level should include Chemistry and another science. Plus three subjects at Standard level with average of grade 6.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
Taken into account pre-interview.                                                                       

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

BMBS Medicine (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Minimum 2.2 expected in previous degree in any subject. Students are able to apply during the final year of study and conditional offers are made if successful.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Not scored.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Not scored.

International Baccalaureate
Not scored.

Admissions test
GAMSAT

Widening participation
See website for details

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

BMBS Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
A Levels: AAA at A level including Biology and Chemistry

AAA at Advanced Higher including Biology and Chemistry. AAAA at Scottish Higher.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
GCSE grade 4 (C).

Scottish National grade 5.

International Baccalaureate
36 points including 6,6 in Higher Level Biology and Chemistry.

Admissions test:
For direct school leavers, the UCAT is required.

For applicants with A levels (or equivalent) taken more than two full academic years previously, the GAMSAT is required.

Widening participation
On receipt of an application, contextual information is flagged for consideration, including but not exclusive to care leavers, extenuating circumstances, neighbourhood participation and school performance.

Flagged applicants who have achieved/predicted grades of AAB or higher at A level (or equivalent), are guaranteed an invite to interview and will be placed within the top tier. Candidates must continue to complete their Outreach scheme. Eligible applicants invited to a WP Interview day (same interview process as for all other candidates).

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

BMBS Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
A*AA–AAB at A Level to include Biology and one other science from Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Psychology.

Please note the AAB offer is influenced by contextual data known at the point of application.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Seven GCSE passes at grades 9–4 (A–C) including English Language, Maths and either GCSE double award Science or two from single award Chemistry, Biology, or Physics.

International Baccalaureate
36–38 points overall including 6 in Biology and one further science from Chemistry, Physics, Maths, and Psychology at the Higher Level.

Admissions test:
UCAT (GAMSAT for graduates)

Widening participation
Peninsula Pathways Programme offering a range of preparatory activities including UCAT practice sessions, mock interviews, reflective writing exercises, week long work experience programmes as a medical student, and many more interactive sessions to inspire, encourage and support those considering medicine.       

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB BCh Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level which should include Chemistry and Biology. The Welsh Baccalaureate is accepted in the place of a third A level. General Studies, Critical Thinking and Further Maths are not accepted.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Either grades 6,6 (BB) in Science and Additional Science or grades 6,6 (BB) in both Chemistry and Biology if taken as single sciences. Grade 6 (B) is required in Maths and English Language.

If Welsh Language is offered, it must also be supplemented with English Language at a minimum of a grade 6 (B).

International Baccalaureate
36 points for entry. Minimum of 19 points must be achieved in Higher level subjects. Middle years performance should be included in application.

Admissions test:
UCAT (GAMSAT for graduates)

Widening participation
The academic and non-academic attainment of a candidate will be reviewed against educational performance data and socio-economic background to provide an overview of an applicant’s potential. The medical school will consider this information when deciding whether to call a candidate for interview.                                  

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB BCh Medicine (A104)

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This is a Medicine with a Preliminary Year* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
Minimum 2.1 honours degree.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level (for students who did not study enough science subjects).

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Either grades 6,6 (BB) in Science and Additional Science or grades 6,6 (BB) in both Chemistry and Biology if taken as single sciences. Grade 6 (B) is required in Maths and English Language.

If Welsh Language is offered, it must also be supplemented with English Language at a minimum of a grade 6 (B).

International Baccalaureate
A minimum of 19 points must be achieved in the Higher level subjects.

Admissions test:
UCAT (GAMSAT for graduates)

Widening participation
The academic and non-academic attainment of a candidate will be reviewed against educational performance data and socio-economic background to provide an overview of an applicant’s potential. The medical school will consider this information when deciding whether to call a candidate for interview.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MB ChB Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
2.1 in appropriate topic. If Chemistry or Biology is not offered at A level grade B or above then equivalent content must be offered at degree.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level including Chemistry or Biology. Physics or Maths must also be offered if Chemistry is not taken.

Scottish Highers: Typical offer AAAAB at Higher including Biology and Chemistry, and AB at Advanced Higher, including A in Chemistry or Biology.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Six subjects at minimum grade 5 (B) including English Language, Maths, Double/Additional Science or Chemistry and Biology. This is a minimum entrance requirement and the majority of applicants will have qualifications well above this standard.

International Baccalaureate
35 points with a mark of 6 in 3 Higher Level subjects one of which must be Chemistry or Biology. Two subjects from Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Physics must also be offered at either Higher or Standard Level if not offered at GCSE. If English not offered at GCSE, this must be offered with a mark of at least 5 at Standard level.

Admissions test:
BMAT

Widening participation
Access to Leeds applicants receive special consideration from admissions tutors and those who receive an offer are given an alternative offer alongside their standard offer. See website for details.

Interdisciplinary Science Foundation Programme (CFGO): Students who successfully complete the year may transfer to the MBChB. 

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
Minimum 2:1 honours degree in any subject OR a postgraduate degree (any discipline) at a pass or above.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Not scored

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Not scored.

International Baccalaureate
Not scored

Admissions test:
GAMSAT

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine (A100)

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This is a Standard Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications (for graduate applicants)
2:1 in any degree subject, with a minimum of BBB/ABC at A level in the first sitting.

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
AAA at A level including Biology/ Human Biology or Chemistry. General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted. Science A levels must include a pass in the practical element.

A level resits will be considered if a minimum of ABB/AAC is achieved in the first sitting over two consecutive years and predicted to achieve at least one A* in any subject where less than an A was achieved previously.

AAB at Advanced Higher including an A in Biology or Chemistry in the first sitting or AA in Secondary Six (S6) Advanced Highers including Biology or Chemistry plus an additional Higher Level at grade A taken in Secondary Six (S6), in the first sitting.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
All applicants except for graduates must have a minimum of six GCSE (or EU/international equivalent) passes at grade 7 (A) to include Maths and two Science subjects. GCSE English Language grade 6 (B) must also be achieved. GCSE short courses are not accepted. GCSE resits are accepted.

International Baccalaureate
36 points overall with Higher Level 6,6,6 including Biology or Chemistry.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
The medical school runs the Medical Aspirations Programme, supporting
Year 12 students on their path to study medicine.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

MBBS Medicine with a Gateway Year (A104)

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This is a Medicine with a Gateway Year* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Predicted AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
BBB in any subjects, excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking. All science A levels must include a pass in the practical element. A level resits will only be considered providing they are completed within the A level two year period.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
Six GCSEs at grade 6 (5) or above, including English Language, Maths and either a single science subject (Biology, Chemistry or Physics) or double science. Applicants who do not meet the GCSE requirement must be resitting GCSEs and predicted to achieve the required grade. This should be evident from their  UCAS application.

International Baccalaureate
32 points including three subjects at Higher Level in any subject.

Admissions test:
UCAT

Widening participation
This is a specific widening participation programme that is looking at applicants’ potential. It may be that the applicants’ family circumstances or educational opportunities have not given them a fair chance to realise their academic potential. For a proportion of applicants, initial contact is made by the school’s residential programme which is run in the Spring half term. Applicants from local widening participation schools are invited to apply to this programme to get an experience of what it is like to come to university and to study medicine.

Find out more about widening participation at this medical school.

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

BMBS (BM4) Medicine (A101)

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Accelerated (graduate-entry) courses are for graduates with a relevant first degree. See our FAQ for more information

This is a Graduate Entry Medicine* course. See our page on medical school courses for an explanation of the different types of course in medicine.

Minimum entry requirements:

Degree qualifications
2.1 achieved in previous degree in any subject.

AS/A levels/Scottish Highers
Grade C or above in Chemistry at A level or Chemistry and Biology at grade C in AS level where Chemistry has not been taken at A2.

GCSEs/Scottish Nationals
GCSE English language at grade 4 (C) and either Maths, Biology and Chemistry, or Maths, additional Science and Science, or Maths and combined Science all at grade 4 (C).

International Baccalaureate
5 in Higher Level Chemistry.

Admissions test:
UCAT

For full details of entry requirements, you should contact the university/medical school directly.

*The information listed here has been provided by the Medical School Council publication, ‘Entry requirements for UK medical schools 2020 entry’, which also contains details of the different types of course offered at UK medical schools.

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