Medicine MBChB Entry Requirements
Only home/EU students are eligible to apply for the medical degree programme at Lancaster for 2013 entry. Applicants who are classified as overseas are not eligible. Please see here for more details.
In November 2012, the General Medical Council approved Lancaster Medical School to deliver their own medical degree independently from the University of Liverpool. Students who commence their studies after September 2013, will be registered as Lancaster University students and will graduate with a Lancaster University degree, subject to ongoing GMC approval.
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|Medicine and Surgery MBChB|
|Department||Lancaster Medical School|
|Programme length||5 years|
|Key contact||Helena Moore, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Web site||Lancaster Medical School
|UCAS tariff points:||410|
|Subject requirements:||Biology, Chemistry and one other subject at A2 level|
|A2 level:||AAA plus B in 4th AS subject.
|Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher:||Minimum of AAAAB / plus AA in Biology and Chemistry at Advanced Higher
|International Baccalaureate:||At least 36 points overall, to include three subjects at Higher Level, including Biology and Chemistry, with a minimum of 6 points in each plus three subjects at standard level, a minimum of 5 points each.
|Irish Leaving Certificate:||Not accepted on its own
|BTEC National Diploma:||Not accepted on its own. The Admissions tutor will comment on a pre-application CV.|
|Access:||Specified Access to Medicine courses acceptable
|General Studies:||Accepted as 4th subject at AS level|
|Other Qualifications:||Follow links for full details:
Graduates wishing to apply to the five-year degree course at Lancaster should note the following requirements:
You should hold a first or a good 2i degree in a Biological, Biomedical or Health Sciences subject plus at least BBB at A level including Biology and Chemistry, OR a first or good 2i degree in any other subject plus AAB at A level including Biology (A) and Chemistry (A).
Please note: You must have completed your degree before applying; applications will not be accepted in the Autumn of the final year of your degree course.