Entry requirements for our medical degree programme include both academic and non-academic criteria.
We do not use the UKCAT score in our selection process.
Academic criteria: Evidence of excellent attainment in general (e.g. GSCE) and advanced secondary (e.g.A-level) education.
Subject requirements: Biology, Chemistry and one other subject at A-level (or equivalent).
A level: AAA plus B in 4th AS subject and must include Biology and Chemistry
Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher: at least AAAAB plus AA in Biology and Chemistry at Advanced Higher Level
International Baccalaureate: Biology, Chemistry + one other (6, 6, 6 points) at Higher level, plus 3 subjects at SL (5,5,5 points) minimum points score 36
Irish Leaving Certificate: Not accepted on its own
BTEC National Diploma: Not accepted on its own
Access: Specified Access to Medicine courses acceptable
General Studies: Accepted as 4th subject at AS level only
GCSE: Minimum score of 15 points from 9 subjects (A or A* = 2 points; B = 1 point). The 9 subjects must include Core & Additional Science (or Biology, Chemistry and Physics), Maths and English (grade B or above).
Key Skills: At level 3
Graduate entry: (i) a 2i degree in Biomedical/Health Sciences plus normally a minimum of BBB at A-level including Biology and Chemistry. (ii) a 2i degree in any other subject plus normally AAB at A-level including Biology and Chemistry. In addition, all graduate applicants must meet the GSCE requirements (see above).
Please see the Lancaster Medical School web pages for further information about admissions