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University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division

University College London Medical School

Our Score100%94%
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Course StructureTraditionalIntegrated
Foundation Year Available
Graduate Entry Available
Interview StyleTraditionalTraditional
EU Students£9,250 pa£9,250 pa
Non-EU StudentsPre clinical: £18,080 pa; Clinical: £31,935 pa£34,660 (2019/20) - Fixed fees for Overseas students do not apply for this programme. Overseas students entering in Year 1 pay the fees in 5 annual instalments of £34,660 (2 x £23,300 plus 3 x £42,230). Continuing Overseas students transferring in will pay £42,230 per year, representing the clinical rate for the later years of the MBBS programme. All fees are subject to annual increases of up to 5%

UKCAT (UCAT)

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BMAT

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How?A numerical ranking is established based on GCSE performance & BMAT results. This forms an initial shortlist. Equal weighting is not ascribed to all sections. In 2016, weightings were: Section 1 = 40%, Section 2 = 40%, and Section 3 = 20%. In calculating the Section 3 score, double weight was ascribed to the ‘Quality of Content’ score and single weight given to the ‘Quality of English’ score (with A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1, and X=0).The BMAT is used to rank medical students for interview, but there is no cut off. The Essay (section III) is used as discussion in the interview.

Entry Requirements

GCSE Subjects RequiredThere are no specific GCSE requirements for Medicine, though higher grades can help to make your application more competitive. Successful applicants typically have a high proportion of A and A* grades (grade 7-9) However, in order to be adequately equipped for the BMAT, and if Biology, Physics or Mathematics have not been taken to A-Level (or equivalent), applicants will need to have received a basic education in those subjects (for example at least a grade C/4 at GCSE).GCSE (or IGCSE, O-level, IB or EB equivalent) at grade B or above in both English Language and Mathematics. For candidates taking the new style of GCSEs with numerical outcomes rather than letter grades, the requirement is for a score of 6 in both English Language and Mathematics. UCL expects all UK applicants to offer a Modern Foreign Language (not including Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew or Latin) at GCSE grade C or equivalent (the requirement for the new style of GCSEs with numerical outcomes will be score of 5). This requirement does not apply to international students. Candidates can be admitted if they do not offer a foreign language GCSE (and their application will not be disadvantaged), but they would be obliged to take a language course during their first year.
A-Level Subjects RequiredAt least A grade in both Chemistry and at least one from Biology, Physics or Mathematics (Critical Thinking and General Studies are not considered). They have no preference for whether the third or fourth A-level subject (or further subject in equivalent qualifications) is a science or not.Chemistry and Biology must be studied at A-level. The third subject is the student’s own choice and can be any subject other than General Studies or Critical Thinking.
A-Level Grades RequiredA*AA.Our standard conditional offer will be grades A*AA to include Chemistry and Biology.
Scottish Highers Subjects Required--
Scottish Higher Grades RequiredAAAAAA,A,A
Scottish Advanced Highers Subjects RequiredApplicants are required to offer Chemistry (compulsory) and one from Biology, Physics or Mathematics at Advanced Higher.Including Chemistry and Biology
Scottish Advanced Highers Grades RequiredAAA1,A,A at Advanced Highers (or A1,A at Advanced Higher and A,A,A at Higher)
IB Subjects RequiredYou must have taken Chemistry and at least one from Biology, Physics and Mathematics to Higher Level.Three subjects including Chemistry and Biology at Higher Level, plus three subjects at Standard Level. If Mathematics and English Language are not offered as part of the diploma, they should be offered as GCSE or IGCSE at grade B or above.
IB Grades Required39, with scores of 7,6,6 in Higher Level subjects.39 points out of 45 overall. Higher Level subjects must collectively score 19 points and must include Biology and Chemistry, each with minimum score 6. Scores below 5 in any subject are not acceptable.

Open Days

13 March 2019: Department of Political Science Postgraduate Open Evening
13 March 2019: Medical Sciences & Engineering BSc/MSci Applicant Day

The Guardian Scores

Course Satisfaction94.6%89.5%
Teaching Satisfaction95.5%90.2%
Feedback Satisfaction79.1%55.1%
Student Staff Ratio10.15.7
Expenditure Per Student / 10107
Average Entry Tariff220215
Value Added Score / 1035
Career After 6 Months96%100%
Continuation98.2%97.2%
The Guardian Score99.8%89.9%
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The Complete University Guide Scores

Average Entry Tariff221215
Student Satisfaction / 54.473.90
Research Quality / 53.453.20
Graduate Prospects99%100%
The Complete University Guide Score100.0%98.5%
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