Admissions Process

Full details of our admissions process for entry in 2024 can be found within our A100 and A101 Departmental Supplement to the Admissions Policy.


Personal Statement

Applicants to the A100 and A101 programmes (including the OMFS route) will not routinely have their personal statements or academic references assessed as part of the decision to invite them to interview. We do however reserve the right to use the information submitted to support academic selection when necessary and the information relevant to a personal statement is likely to be considered as part of the interview process.  Information in academic references may be used to support claims of extenuating circumstances but applicants will be required to declare these via our applicant on-line form.


Applicant On-Line Form

Applicants are invited to consider if they need to provide additional information via our School of Medicine: Applicant on-line form. Please consult the relevant Departmental Supplement for the programme you are applying to. Note that the majority of applicants are expected to have been affected by the COVID pandemic and this cannot be submitted as extenuating circumstances.



The University of Liverpool’s School of Medicine admissions process is fully in line with the General Medical Council’s Selecting for Excellence Report and Values Based Recruitment. Therefore, it is usual that no candidate will be made an offer without interview. For the E2024 admissions cycle, we expect to offer face-to-face Multiple Mini Interviews to home students and on-line MMI for international students. Interviews are currently expected to run on weekdays from the 22nd January to 9th February with the on-line interviews scheduled for the 8th and 9th February. If invited to interview further details will be provided. This information may be subject to change.


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