In order to be eligible to apply for Graduate Entry Medicine, you must:
be classed as a ‘home student’ (i.e. UK and European Union citizen)
either have graduated, or be predicted to graduate, with an upper second (2.1) or first class honours degree in any subject** (subsequently satisfied)
or hold at least a lower second (2.2) but also have achieved a Postgraduate Masters or PhD* (subsequently satisfied)
or hold at least a merit (equivalient to an upper second class honours) in an integrated undergraduate masters degree
have achieved GCSE Mathematics and English/Welsh at grade C or above (or equivalent)
have achieved a minimum overall score of 50, together with a minimum of 50 in section 3 (reasoning in biological and physical sciences) in this or last year´s GAMSAT
have not already pursued a previous medical degree MB fully or in part at another medical school
Degrees awarded in countries other than the UK can be accepted if they are confirmed to be equivalent to awards in the UK system
**If you hold more than one Bachelor’s degree, the result from the last degree is considered.
Providing the entry requirements are met, all applications are treated fairly and consistently upon their merits. However the College recognises that, although they may well satisfy some or all of its criteria for selection, certain candidates may have to be denied admission because of the intensity of competition for a limited number of places (for example, we received 800 applications for the 70 places available for 2014).
Graduate Entry Medicine is not open to International Students
The College will not consider applicants who have failed to complete a previous medical degree programme
The College does not accept transfers from other medical courses