So you’ve decided to study medicine… congratulations! This is an exciting, ground-breaking and rewarding field. However, when you’re getting started, you might not have time to research every single school and programme… so we did it for you.
We’ve contacted every single medical school by email, telephone or personal visit. The UK Undergrad Guidebook includes reference tables for all 31 UK medical schools open to undergraduate applicants and a mini-chapter for each medical school which covers rankings, academic and non-academic requirements, eligibility factors and details on the selection process.
Now in its 7th Edition, theMSAG Undergraduate Entry Medicine book has been a trusted reference for both applicants and career advisers for the better part of a decade. Tailored by Dr. Dibah Jiva, who has nine years’ experience in medical school admissions consulting, this is THE most comprehensive guidebook in the UK.
At a glance:
- Comprehensive and up-to-date information
- Covers all 31 UK medical schools
- Trusted reference for applicants and career advisors
- Tailored by Dr Dibah Jiva - 9 years of experience
- Over 30 collaborators from across the UK
- Covers UKCAT and BMAT standard test
- How to decide if medicine is right for you
- How to make a strong, stand-out application
- Advice on building your extracurricular portfolio
- How to write an excellent personal statement
- Covers UKCAT and BMAT
- How to ace your interview
Q | Which medical schools does this book cover?
We’re proud to say the MSAG Undergrad Guidebook includes detailed and up-to-date information on every UK medical school.
Q | How will this book help me get into medical school?
We have years of experience supporting medical school applicants, and that means we’re able to present all the information needed to create a successful medical school application. From work experience and personal statements to interviews and standardised admissions tests, this book is a complete guide through the process of medical school applications in the UK.
Q | I don’t know if medicine is right for me. How will this book help me make this decision?
Not only do we present all the facts on medical school applications, we also present the real-life experiences of doctors and medical students from across the country to help you ensure this is the career for you.
Q | I’m worried about the UKCAT and BMAT. What information does this book give on these tests?
Having sat the UKCAT and BMAT ourselves, we know how intimidating it can be. That is why we give up-to-date information on the format and scoring of the exam, and give suggestions for further resources, including free resources, that are available to help you prepare.