In the case of applicants offering UK A-levels, they should have or be likely to obtain before the medical course begins a minimum of grades AAB in three A-levels including Chemistry, one from Maths or Biology and a third subject that may be any except General Studies. In the case of applicants who do not have Biology at A-Level, they should have studied the subject to GCSE level and achieved at least a grade B.
In the specific case of the International Baccalaureate, they should be expected to achieve or to have achieved a total score of at least 34 points with Higher Level 6 in Chemistry & Biology. Please note that the overall point score does not include theory of knowledge or extended essay.
For applicants offering a degree – they should have a Bachelor degree in a subject cognate to Medicine, and have or be predicted a minimum classification of 2.1.
For country-specific requirements, please see our Entry Requirements Document.
Medical students whose native language is not English must hold an IELTS UKVI or Academic Certificate of 7.5 with a minimum of 7 in each component. Alternatively, they can provide a Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Certificate of an overall average score of 191, with a minimum of 185 in each paper.
Students whose native language is not English will be exempt from providing an English Test Certificate only if they have successfully completed a UK Bachelor degree, or are a national of one of the following countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, New Zealand, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and USA.
Terms and conditions for prospective students
When you are offered a place at the University you will be notified of the terms and conditions between the University and students on our courses of study. When you accept an offer of a place on the course at the University a legal contract is formed between you and the University on the basis of the terms and conditions outlined in your offer letter. Your offer letter and the terms and conditions contain important information which you should read carefully before accepting an offer.
Our admissions process consists of two stages: the first stage is to submit an application with all supporting documents (either via UCAS or directly to us, using our Online Application Form).
If the applicant meets our entry requirements, he or she is invited to the second stage which is a Selection event. We hold 3-4 Selection events during each admissions cycle.
Selection Day is when we interview candidates using Multiple Mini Interviews.
Our decision to make an offer is based on how well the candidates do at Selection.
Please note that we do not require UKCAT or BMAT.
There are no upcoming events at this time.