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Graduate entry course

  

Graduate Entry Medicine UK links

 

 

Click here to find out how our guidebook can help you get into a Graduate Entry Medicine program in the UK

             

Courses                                                                           


There are 33 faculties of medicine in the UK offering a total of 54 programs open to graduate applicants.

Of these, 16 are 4-year graduate entry programs, 28 are 5 year programs and 10 are 6 year programs, as listed below:

 

4 year programs for graduate applicants


Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
University of Birmingham
University of Bristol
Cambridge University
Imperial College London
Keele University
King’s College London
University of Leicester
University of Liverpool
University of Newcastle
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
University of Southampton
St George’s, University of London
Swansea University
University of Warwick


5 year programs open to graduate applicants


University of Aberdeen
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
University of Birmingham
Brighton and Sussex Medical School
University of Bristol
Cardiff University

Cambridge University (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)
University of Dundee
University of East Anglia
University of Edinburgh
University of Glasgow
Hull York Medical School
Keele University
King’s College London
University of Leeds
University of Leicester
University of Liverpool
University of Liverpool, Cumbria and Lancashire Medical and Dental Consortium
University of Manchester
University of Newcastle
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)
Peninsula Medical School
Queen’s University Belfast
University of Sheffield
University of Southampton
University College London (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)

 

6 year programs open to graduate applicants


University of Bristol
Cardiff University
University of Dundee
Imperial College London
Keele University
University of Liverpool
University of Manchester
University of Sheffield
University of St Andrews
University of St Andrews, North American Programme

 

Programs using the GAMSAT exam


Keele University (4 year)
University of Nottingham (4 year)
Peninsula Medical School (5 year)
St George’s, University of London (4 year)
Swansea University (4 year)

 

Note that the University of Newcastle’s 4 year program considers the GAMSAT scores in addition to UKCAT scores if the applicant believes this will strengthen their application. Also, students without a science degree or science A-levels can apply for the 5 year program at Keele University by scoring well on the GAMSAT (in addition to writing the UKCAT, which all applicants to the 5 year program must write).

 

Programs using the UKCAT exam


University of Aberdeen (5 year)
Barts and the London School of Medicine (4 and 5 year)
Brighton and Sussex Medical School (5 year)
Cardiff University (5 and 6 year)
University of Dundee (5 and 6 year)
University of East Anglia (5 year)
University of Edinburgh (5 year)
University of Glasgow (5 year)
Hull York Medical School (5 year)
Imperial College London (4 year)
Keele University (5 and 6 year)
King’s College London (4 and 5 year)
University of Leeds (5 year)
University of Leicester (4 and 5 year)
University of Manchester (5 and 6 year)
University of Newcastle/University of Durham (4 and 5 year)
University of Nottingham (5 year)
Queen’s University Belfast (5 year)
University of Oxford (4 year)
University of Sheffield (5 and 6 year)
University of Southampton (4 and 5 year)
University of St Andrews (6 year)
University of Warwick (4 year)

 

Programs using the BMAT exam


Cambridge University (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)
Imperial College London (6 year)
University of Oxford (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)
University College London (6 year program, but completed in 5 years by graduates)

 

Programs with no admissions exam


University of Birmingham, 4 and 5 year programs
University of Bristol, 4, 5 and 6 year programs
Cambridge University, 4 year program
University of Liverpool, 4 year program, two 5 year programs and a 6 year program

 

Note that Cambridge University and the University of Birmingham are actively considering introducing an entrance exam requirement in the future.

 

 

More Information


You may browse our website or click on the links below to find out more about Graduate Entry Medicine in the UK:

 

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