Our school welcomes undergraduate applications from any suitably qualified applicants (from the UK and abroad) with a desire to further their knowledge and understanding of molecular and cellular aspects of human disease. Applications are processed according to our admissions statement (pdf file; opens in a new tab).
A-levels: AAB; must include Chemistry and at least one other science.
General Studies and Critical Thinking are not included in the terms of conditional offers.
We welcome applications from mature candidates and from candidates from non-traditional backgrounds. (Candidates must be aware that a knowledge of Chemistry to A-level standard is expected.)
Selection is primarily based on the UCAS form.
Potential candidates are usually invited to come to the school to have a one-to-one discussion with a member of staff. This visit is not normally selective but is intended to attract students to join the school.
A-levels: AAB; must include Chemistry
Scottish Qualifications Authority: SH: AAAAB-AAABB; AH: AA-AB.
IBDiploma: 35 points with 6, 6, 6, at Higher Level to include Chemistry and at least one other science.
Other Qualifications: Please see the full version of the school admissions statement (pdf file; opens in a new tab).
Applications are welcomed.
If you have further queries about Undergraduate study in the school please contact:
Dr Ann Pullen
Tutor for Undergraduate Admissions
School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
University of Bristol, Medical Sciences Building
University Walk, Bristol, BS8 1TD
phone: +44 (0)117 33 12025