Graduate Entry Medicine UK 2019-20

Comprehensive guide to graduate medicine UK

Graduate Medicine UK Guidebook

This book was designed to have all the information you need in one place. From tuition fees to each school’s individual number of international students accepted, we break it all down. Get your copy today and start finding your perfect school!

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Graduate Entry Medicine UK 2019-20 overview

Applying to medical school can already seem like a full-time task – but for applicants who have already spent over 3 years at university, this can seem monumental. That’s why this book is designed to make the process as easy and straightforward as possible. We’ve compiled information about every UK medical programme in one place, and supplemented this wealth of information with all of our expertise. 


The result helps you create a successful application, helping you secure your place studying medicine. Inspired by 11 years of experience supporting applications to UK medical schools, this book is the ultimate guide for graduates. Now in its 9th edition, it was written by a dedicated team of doctors and medical students, specifically tailored to graduate applicants. It provides up-to-date information through the entire medical school application process.  

What's included?

  • Written by a team of 7 doctors and medical students

  • Info about all courses open to graduate applicants, including 5 and 6-year programmes

  • Provides details about competition ratios

  • Doctor – To Be or Not to Be?

  • Covers all 23 graduate entry medical school programmes in the UK

  • Advice on building your extracurricular portfolio

  • How to Ace the Medical School Interview

  • Medicine as a Graduate student

  • How to get into Graduate Entry Medicine UK

  • UCAT and BMAT information

  • What Kind of Work Experience Should I Do?

  • How to Secure Work Experience Placements

  • How to Ace the Medicine Personal Statement

  • International Applicants

  • The UCAS Application

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We’re here to help

From personal statement support to interview prep, the MSAG has a proven track record of success in medical school applications. We’re proud to be able to showcase our expertise in this book, specifically when it comes to graduate entry medicine in the UK.

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Secure your place

Learn how to make the most of your work experience, apply to schools whose entry requirements you meet, and play to your strengths during your admissions exams. We’ll also guide you through writing your personal statement!

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Start to Finish

Each school has a dedicated chapter. From entry requirements and selection processes, to competition ratios, interview styles… even personal statement marking criteria where available. We cover the whole application process.

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All Programmes

Every single medical programme across all 23 UK medical schools are in this book. We’ve detailed which schools offer shortened Graduate Entry courses, and the 5 and 6-year courses available for graduate application.

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Meet the Contributors

Mr Gerens Curnow

Manager & Editor

Mr. Gerens Curnow is a Medical Student from the University of Exeter. He is the winner of the Educator Development Committee Award from the Association for the Study of Medical Education. 


He has given lectures to 70-100 A-level students on medical school applications. Additionally, he is the author of three of our Medical School Application Guidebooks.

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Rebekah Morris

Primary Contributor 

Rebekah is currently an intercalating medical student at the University of Exeter. After completing her intercalated MSc in Environment and Human health, she will return for the final year of her medical degree. 


In addition to writing guidebooks for medical school applicants, Rebekah works as an interview coach for prospective medical students. 

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Graduate Medicine Team

Secondary Contributors 

  • Saif Ansari

  • Rebecca Cervenak

  • Roxanne Sutthakorn

  • Caroline Olabisi

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