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|A level requirements||AAA, to include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Mathematics and a third academic subject.
Alternatively A*AB also accepted but the A* A grades must include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Maths; and a B grade required in the third academic subject.
Please note 2020 calculated grades are considered to be equivalent to A-level grades
(this is the typical entry requirement) for this course.
General Studies is not considered for this course.
|Subject requirements||9 GCSEs attained by the end of Year 11 which must include English Language, Mathematic, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics (or Core & Additional Science) at minimum grade B/6.
A minimum score of 15 points from the best 9 GCSEs or equivalents (where A*/9/8 = 3 points; A/7 = 2 points; B/6 = 1 points). Offering 15 points from 8 GCSEs in the required subjects with is acceptable.
Three points is the maximum score awarded in each subject area (e.g. only one of Maths and Further Maths).
A levels in three subjects taken at one sitting, usually after 2 years of study: at a minimum of AAA Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Mathematics and a third academic subject.
|BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma||Not acceptable in lieu of A levels.|
|International Baccalaureate||36 points overall (at first sitting): Higher level (HL) a minimum of 6,6,6 to include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Mathematics and a third academic subject. 5,5,5 at standard level (subjects not offered at HL)
Alternatively, 36 points overall (at first sitting): Higher level (HL) a minimum of 7,6,5 but the 7 and 6 grades must include Chemistry together with either Biology, Physics or Mathematics in any order and 5 in a third academic subject. 5,5,5 at standard level (subjects not offered at HL)
|European Baccalaureate||83% average with no less than 83% in Chemistry and 83% in either Biology, Physics or Mathematics.|
|Irish Leaving Certificate||Six Higher Level subjects must be offered at a single sitting. Grades of H1 in two subjects to include Chemistry and either Biology, Maths or Physics. Grades of H2 in four further academic subjects. Subjects offered must include English Language, Biology, Maths or Physics if these subjects are not offered at GCSE equivalent (at a minimum of grade B/6). |
|Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher||AA in Advanced Highers in Chemistry and one of Biology, Physics and Maths. AAAAB in Highers taken at one sitting after 1 year of study comprising Chemistry and one of Biology, Physics and Maths.
|Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced||The Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate Skills Challenge Certificate is accepted in lieu of a third academic subject. |
|Cambridge Pre-U Diploma||D3, D3, M1 acceptable in principal subjects with D3 in both Biology and Chemistry. M2 usually acceptable for Global Perspectives and Independent Research report. Up to two A levels at A grade may be substituted for Principal Subjects.|
|AQA Baccalaureate||A (Chemistry); A (Biology); A (third A level).|
|Access||Specified Access to Medicine courses acceptable (see our Admissions page for more information).|
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|International entry for this course|
|Work Experience Requirements|
If applying to our medical school you are advised, as a minimum, to read the ‘statement on the core values and attributes needed to study medicine’ and ‘work experience guidelines for applicants to medicine’. In response to COVID-19 ‘Guidance on gaining relevant work experience to study medicine during the pandemic’ has been created.
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|Duty Of Care Requirements|
Applicants to programmes in the School of Medicine should be aware that the professional body governing the practice of medicine (The General Medical Council) has specific requirements relating to the protection of both staff and patients. Students will be required to undertake an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check, undergo an occupational health check and be tested for and/or immunised against a range of infectious diseases prior to patient contact. See the General Medical Council website and the archived Department of Health guidance document.