If you are thinking of applying to study Medicine at Liverpool, please ensure you read our Liverpool Departmental Supplement 2019 entry.
Taster Day | A day in the life of a medical student
The taster day will comprise of various sessions including a lecture about applying for medicine, a clinical skills session in which you get to experience hands on activities and a clinically based small group tutorial, as well as an interactive ‘torso challenge’ session.
There will also be an opportunity to talk with current medical students and doctors to get an understanding of what it is like to be both a medical student and a doctor.
The day runs from 9.30am - 5pm on the University of Liverpool campus, ticket cost is £35.00 and includes lunch.
Our next taster day event will take place on Wednesday the 8th of May 2019.
- The event can be booked from 8 March 2019, book online through the University of Liverpool Events website
All non-graduate applicants applying to the A100 programme are required to sit the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT).
Graduate applicants applying to A100/A101 will need to sit the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT).
Details of how these tests are used can be found within our Liverpool Departmental Supplement 2019 entry.
Applicants must also meet the General Medical Council requirements for student doctors and demonstrate that they have completed work experience in a healthcare setting.
- Term Dates 20018/2019 (PDF)
Admission requirements for A100
Applicants for The University of Liverpool’s School of Medicine come from a wide range of educational backgrounds.
Requirements differ according to entry status:
Admission requirements for A101
A100 or A101 Graduates offering Irish Leaving Cert 2019 entryApplicants for the four year programme at The University of Liverpool’s School of Medicine come from a wide range of educational backgrounds, but must be able to offer a minimum of a good 2:1 honours degree (or predicted if about to enter the final year of a degree programme) in a Biological, Biomedical or Health Science. To apply in 2018 for a course commencing in 2019 ONLY the following results can be used: March 2017, September 2017, March 2018 and September 2018. Entry guidelines:
Further Notes for Applicants for all programmes (A100/A101)
- 28 January 2019
- 4 February 2019
- 11 February 2019
The School of Medicine uses Multiple Mini Interviews for recruitment purposes. These are a series of short interview stations aimed at assessing a candidate's suitability.
The Medical Schools Council has published a statement identifying the core values, skills and attributes needed to become a doctor. This will help applicants to medical school prepare by giving them an outline of what they might be tested on.
Multiple Mini Interview Dates
Applicants for 2019 entry to the University of Liverpool’s MBChB programme should note that the Multiple Mini Interviews will take place over the following weeks:
Applicants who are invited to interview will have the opportunity to book a slot within the date range offered. Interview slots are unable to be changed once booked and applicants cannot be interviewed outside of the dates provided above.