Category: Studying

Studying Medicine in the UK: Universities

Now you’ve read up on all the information you need to know about Studying Medicine in the UK, and you know about the BMAT and UKCAT tests you may have to take in order to be eligible to study, you’ll want to choose your university!

There are many UK universities that offer medical degrees. We’ve selected some of our favourites below:

 

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Swansea University

Ranking: 3rd

Courses available: Graduate Entry Medicine MBBCh.

Entry requirements: undergraduate degree at any subject with a minimum of a 2:1, IELTS of 7.0, with minimum 6.5 in any component, and GAMSAT with minimum overall score of 50.

Fees and funding: £34,650.

 

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Newcastle University

Ranking: 10th

Courses available: Medicine and Surgery MBBS Honours

Entry requirements: AAA at A-Level (including A in Chemistry and/or Biology) OR minimum 38 points (including Grade 6 in Chemistry or Biology) at IB, minimum IELTS of 7.0, at UKCAT.

Fees and funding: £17,935 for years 1 and 2, £33,190 for years 3, 4 and 5.

 

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Keele University

Ranking: 13th

Courses available: Medicine MBChB

Entry requirements: A*AA at A-Level OR minimum 35 points (including three grade 6 passes at IB Higher Level) at IB, minimum 7.0 IELTS score, and BMAT.

Fees and funding: £29,000.

 

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Cardiff University

Ranking: 14th

Courses available: Medicine MBBCh

Entry requirements: AAA at A-Level (including Chemistry and Biology) OR overall total of 36 points (including two science and Mathematics at higher level) at IB, minimum IELTS score of 6.5, and UKCAT.

Fees and funding: £18,980 for years 1 and 2, and £33,540 for years 3, 4 and 5.

 

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University of Leeds

Ranking: 19th

Courses available: Medicine and Surgery MBChB

Entry requirements: AAA at A-Level (including Chemistry) OR overall total of 35 points (including 6 in higher level Chemistry) at IB, minimum IELTS score of 7.5, and BMAT.

Fees and funding: £29,750.

 

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University of Sheffield

Ranking: 23rd

Courses available: Medicine MBcHB

Entry requirements: AAA at A-Level (including Chemistry and another science subject) OR overall score of 36 (including higher level 6 in Chemistry and another science subject) at IB, IELTS 7.5 with minimum 7.0 in any component, UKCAT.

Fees and funding: £20,470 for years 1 and 2, and £35,500 for years 3, 4 and 5.

 

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University of Southampton

Ranking: 31st

Courses available: BMBS Medicine and BMedSc

Entry requirements: AAA at A-Level (including Chemistry and Biology) OR overall total of 36 points (including higher level 6 in Chemistry and Biology) at IB, minimum IELTS score of 7.0, and UKCAT.

Fees and funding: £19,725 for years 1 and 2, and £40,230 for years 3, 4 and 5.

 

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University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

Ranking: 34th

Courses available: Medicine MBBS

Entry requirements: AAB at A-Level (including Chemistry and one other science subject) OR overall total of 36 points (including Chemistry and another science subject at higher level) at IB, minimum IELTS score of 7.0.

Fees and funding: £38,000.

 

If you have any further questions about studying a medical degree in the UK, please contact us on international@ukec.com, or click here.

 

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Rankings refer to Complete University Guide subject rankings for Medicine 2018.
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