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UCL Medical School News

UCLMS Seminar: The intercalated BSc - Dr Melvyn Jones - 10th March

Mar 05, 2014 11:24AM

The intercalated BSc - why do medical schools offer them and what do they achieve?

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Provost’s Public Engagement Awards

Feb 12, 2014 14:23PM

Winner: Engager of the year (researcher/academic grade 8 and above) Dr Jayne Kavanagh, UCL Medical School

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Jane Dacre holds first MRCP PACES in Myanmar

Jan 08, 2014 10:49AM

This November, Professor Jane Dacre led the very first PACES for MRCP (Member of the Royal College of Physicians) in Myanmar. This was successfully held in New Yangon General Hospital, one of the teaching hospitals of the University of Medicine, Yangon.

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UCLMS Social Media Policy

Nov 01, 2013 17:10PM

Social media has become a powerful part of the web in recent years and has changed the way we communicate and collaborate online.  Many organisations, such as the GMC and the BMA, politicians and medical journals are actively using social media and discussions of various aspects of the professional lives of doctors are increasingly seen on Facebook, Twitter and blogs.

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Obituary: Dr Daniel Brudney

Oct 02, 2013 09:08AM

We are very sad to report the death of Dr Daniel Brudney in a car crash on Friday 13 September.

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Application Process

1.  Check your eligibility

Check that you meet the entry requirements.

2.  Complete a UCAS application

Applications are made through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). The application deadline is 15 October. Late applications are not considered.  The UCAS application should be complete and accurate when submitted, as we do not accept later amendments, and should include a personal statement and an academic reference. There is no direct application process - only complete, on-time UCAS applications will receive consideration.

3. Register to take the BMAT

You must also take the BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Test) in the year that you apply. BMAT scores are only valid for one year. The test is usually held in the first week of November but you must register in advance (September).

BMAT is used to assess scientific aptitude, critical thinking and written communication skills. The test focuses on scientific and other abilities relevant to the study of medicine. The test scores are used, along with other information in the UCAS application, to help us select candidates for interview.

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