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This notice board is updated regularly with new information so please check here from time to time if you have applied for medicine or are considering applying in the future.


 

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Applications to Medicine A100 for 2022 Entry

If you are a UCL Medicine offer holder who held a conditional firm offer from the 2021 admissions cycle - and you decide to take Autumn exams, you are welcome to re-apply and be guaranteed your original offer on the basis of your Autumn results ONLY. Please note that if you sat Autumn exams in 2020 and you plan to take them in 2021 then this scheme will not apply to you.

You will be required to re-apply by the UCAS deadline date, 15 October 2021. You must take the same subject(s) with the same examination board.  You will not be required to sit the BMAT or attend an interview.

If you do decide to take the Autumn exams please complete the following short form with your details by 15 October 2021 in order to be considered for the guaranteed offer. Those who do not complete the form may not receive an offer within the 2022 admissions cycle.

All other applicants - If you received TAG in Summer 2021 you may sit the Autumn exam(s) as these will not be considered a re-sit.  We will not consider applications from candidates who received TAGs in Summer 2021 and sit exams in Summer 2022.

 

Coronavirus Advice for Prospective Students/Offer Holders

For the most up-to-date advice and information concerning UCL’s response to the coronavirus outbreak please go to this web pageAdvice for students and staff. In the Frequently Asked Questions there is a section for prospective students.

Work Experience Guidance in the time of COVID-19

We recommend that prospective students read the Medical Schools Council new work experience guidance in the time of Covid-19.

BMAT 

Due to the ongoing challenges of the global Covid-19 pandemic, BMAT – September will not go ahead in 2021.

For the 2021/22 admissions cycle candidates must sit the BMAT in November.

Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing have produced a new BMAT preparation guide.  For additional guidance please visit the Cambridge Assessment BMAT website.

Average BMAT scores for UCL applicants

2019 cycle - 4.3, 4.6, 3.1A       2020 cycle - 4.3, 4.1, 2.9A    

2021 cycle - 4.8, 4.8, 3.1A

Average BMAT scores for UCL applicants interviewed

2019 cycle - 4.9, 5.2, 3.3A       2020 cycle - 5.2, 4.8, 3.2A    

2021 cycle - 5.7, 5.8, 3.4A

Average BMAT scores for UCL offer holders

2019 cycle - 4.9, 5.2, 3.3A       2020 cycle - 5.2, 4.8, 3.2A    

2021 cycle - 5.7, 5.8, 3.4A

May we remind candidates that we do not use a cut-off score for BMAT.  Since the scores alone do not determine the outcome of an application, this is for guidance only.

Visiting UCL Medical School

The teaching for medical students takes place at a variety of campus locations and that there is no specific single building to visit. It is therefore not possible to offer individual department visits for Medicine. 

Visiting UCL in person

Prospective students who are interested in applying to UCL and would like to visit the main campus before making an application are advised to first consider attending one of the UCL Open Days or to sign up for a student-guided campus tour

If no guided tours are available on dates that you find convenient, it is possible to undertake the self-guided tour on any weekday. 

If you have specific questions about applying for Medicine, the majority should be answered on this website. You can also email us with any particular queries.

You can attend a range of public events at UCL. Find information about these via the Visit UCL website.

UCL Open Days

UCL Opens Days offer a number of activities specific to Medicine and the Medical School including Medicine Admissions Talks and Taster Lectures.  You will also have the opportunity to speak with admissions and academic staff, as well as current medical students.  In addition you can view some of our facilities, including those in the Cruciform Building, and on-campus resources such as libraries and museums.

GMC Provisional Registration

Graduates from UK Medical Schools must have provisional registration with a licence to practise before they start their first year of the Foundation Programme (F1).

Information for applicants regarding the GMC provisional registration for newly qualified doctors.