The standard course (A100)
A-levels: A*AA, in three A-levels taken in
one academic year
Excluding Critical Thinking and General Studies. Candidates are required to have Chemistry (compulsory), plus Biology and/or Physics and/or Mathematics to full A-level.
Advanced Highers: AA (including
Highers must include Biology or Mathematics or Physics. We will accept applications from students with only one Advanced Higher; see the website for
details of our policy.
IB: 39 (including core points) with 7, 6, 6
Candidates are required to take Chemistry and a second science (Biology or Physics) and/or Mathematics to Higher Level.
All candidates must also take the Biomedical Admissions Test
(BMAT) as part of their application. Please see how to apply for further details.
Please note that we have no preference for whether the third or fourth A-level subject (or further subject in equivalent qualifications) is a science or not.
Other national and international qualifications are also
acceptable. Please see our website for further guidance. Any
candidate in doubt as to their academic eligibility for
this course is strongly encouraged to seek advice by
Students with degrees may apply for the standard course. There are no places specifically reserved for graduates, and there is no separate application process. Graduates are in open competition with school-leavers, and need to fulfil the same entrance requirements.
The accelerated (graduate entry) course (A101)
Graduates in applied or experimental science subjects may be eligible to
apply for the four-year accelerated course (UCAS code A101 BMBCh4).
Further information about the graduate entry course, including details
of eligibility and entrance requirements, can be found on the relevant
section of the Medical School website.