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University of Manchester Medical School

University of Bristol Medical School

Our Score80%88%
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Course StructurePBLIntegrated
Foundation Year Available
Graduate Entry Available
Interview StyleMMIMMI
EU Students£9,250 pa£9,250 pa
Non-EU StudentsYears 1-2: £21,000 pa; Years 3-5: £38,000 pa£35,000 pa

UKCAT (UCAT)

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How?If your UKCAT score is in the approximately the top third of all results nationally then you will be invited to interview based on our UKCAT threshold as long as you meet our minimum academic requirements (for example, GCSE and predicted grades). We expect to invite approximately 900-1000 candidates to interview based on this selection route. If your UKCAT does not fall within the top third of results nationally then we will include it as part of a holistic assessment using all the information available to us to arrive at a decision (for example, GCSE grades, A-level profile, additional qualifications, NAI form etc). We expect to invite 300-500 applicants to interview on this selection route.There is no UKCAT cut off score. The weightings of your application are as follows: academic score - 30%; personal statement score - 50%; UKCAT - 20%.

BMAT

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Entry Requirements

GCSE Subjects RequiredWe require at least five GCSEs at grade A or A*. English Language, Mathematics and at least two science subjects are required at GCSE minimum grade B. If Dual Award Science or Core and Additional Science are offered, the minimum required is BB. Due to the phased introduction of GCSE reform in England, we will accept a mixture of GCSE grading scales. We can confirm our position in terms of equivalencies: A* = 8; A = 7; B = 6; C = 4.Minimum five GCSEs at grade A to include Mathematics, English Language and two science subjects. In England, where numerical GCSE grades will start to replace letter GCSE grades, we will be aligning the two grading schemes as follows: 4 or 5 is C, 6 is B, 7 is A, and 8 or 9 is A*.
A-Level Subjects RequiredChemistry or Biology/Human Biology; and one of the following subjects from Chemistry; Biology/Human Biology; Physics; Mathematics or Further Mathematics.AA in Chemistry and either Biology, Physics or Mathematics.
A-Level Grades RequiredAAA.AAA.
Scottish Highers Subjects RequiredEnglish language and any science subject (Maths, Physics, Chemistry or Biology) not taken at Higher/Advanced Higher must have been achieved at SCQF level 5 (National 5, Intermediate II or Standard Grade Credit level grade 2 or above).-
Scottish Higher Grades RequiredAAAAStandard Higher: AAAAB
Scottish Advanced Highers Subjects RequiredWe require at least two Advanced Highers at grades AA by the end of Secondary 6. Any of the following combinations are acceptable: three Advanced Highers, including Chemistry or Biology; a second science (from Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, or Physics); plus one other rigorous academic subject; two Advanced Highers, plus one A2-level subject at grade A (subjects as above); two Advanced Highers, plus one new Higher at grade A (subjects to include Chemistry or Biology at Advanced Higher, plus one other science at Advanced Higher, and a further rigorous academic subject).-
Scottish Advanced Highers Grades RequiredAAAdvanced Higher: AA including Chemistry and another lab-based science
IB Subjects RequiredMajor subjects must include Chemistry or Biology, plus another science (one from Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics) and one further rigorous academic subject at Higher Level. Any sciences not offered at Higher Level (HL) must be taken at Standard Level (SL) or at GCSE.Chemistry and another lab-based science.
IB Grades Required37 points are required overall to include core points with at least 766 at Higher Level, including Chemistry and minimum 555 at Standard Level. If Maths and English Language are not offered as part of the Diploma, they should be offered at GCSE or IGCSE at grade B or above.36 overall with 18 points at Higher Level including 6, 6 in Chemistry and another lab-based science.

Open Days

21 June 2019: The best way to get a feel for student life at Manchester is to come and see for yourself.14 June 2019: Our open days offer you the perfect opportunity to find out all you need to know about the University of Bristol.
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28 September 2019: The best way to get a feel for student life at Manchester is to come and see for yourself.7 September 2019: Our open days offer you the perfect opportunity to find out all you need to know about the University of Bristol.
12 October 2019: The best way to get a feel for student life at Manchester is to come and see for yourself.19 June 2020: Our open days offer you the perfect opportunity to find out all you need to know about the University of Bristol.
20 June 2020: Our open days offer you the perfect opportunity to find out all you need to know about the University of Bristol.
5 September 2020: Our open days offer you the perfect opportunity to find out all you need to know about the University of Bristol.

The Guardian Scores

Course Satisfaction80%95%
Teaching Satisfaction83.9%95.3%
Feedback Satisfaction56.2%70.9%
Student Staff Ratio8.78.8
Expenditure Per Student / 1084
Average Entry Tariff196198
Value Added Score / 1015
Career After 6 Months99%100%
Continuation99.3%98.7%
The Guardian Score63.3%77.8%
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The Complete University Guide Scores

Average Entry Tariff198198
Student Satisfaction / 53.844.20
Research Quality / 53.193.24
Graduate Prospects100%100%
The Complete University Guide Score96.7%97.9%
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