MB ChB Medicine (graduate entry) (A101)
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A101 MB ChB Medicine (graduate entry) will run in 2016 but will not be available for applications for 2017 entry
The closing date for UCAS applications is 15 October. UCAS advises that no more than four choices from a possible five are used for Medicine.
|Course duration||4 year(s) full-time|
|Part-time study||Part-time study is not available for this course|
|Number of applications for 2014/15||532|
|Number of places for 2016/17||19|
About MB ChB Medicine (graduate entry)
This 'fast-track' course follows the teaching schedule of the five-year A100 course, with the exception of the Molecular and Cellular Basis of Medicine unit and the student-selected component in year two. You complete the remainder of the first and second-year units in one year instead of two.
Please read the admissions statement at the bottom of the page for guidance on suitable first degrees for entry onto this course.
Health and conduct
Certain health conditions may be incompatible with careers in some branches of medicine. If you have a chronic health problem, you should contact the Admissions Office for guidance on making an application.
Medical students must complete a health questionnaire and undergo a medical examination. Non-immune students must be immunised against hepatitis B and tuberculosis.
In accordance with General Medical Council guidelines, medical students must undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check in line with other UK health-related courses.
Please visit our guidelines for students on disclosure.
Find out more about studying Medicine at Bristol including career prospects and how the course is taught and assessed.
- Human Basis of Medicine
- Systems of the Body 1
- Systems of the Body 2
- Basic Clinical Skills
- Medicine and Surgery A and B
- Musculoskeletal Diseases and Emergency Medicine
- Psychiatry and Ethics
- Student-selected components (or intercalation, or study in Europe)
- Community-Oriented Clinical Practice 1 and 2
- Applied Clinical Sciences
- Reproductive Health and Care of the Newborn
- Senior Medical and Surgical Attachments
- Palliative Care and Oncology
- Preparing for Professional Practice Course
- Elective placement and student-selected components.
Typical offer for MB ChB Medicine (graduate entry)
(including international A-levels)
|AAB: Graduates are required to obtain a 2:1 in a UK degree in an approved medically related subject, at least AAB at A-level including Chemistry at grade A and one other lab-based science subject at grade B or above. Also a minimum of four subjects studied at AS-level, with minimum grade C in fourth subject OR a minimum of grade C in an EPQ.*|
|IB Diploma||2:1 in a UK degree in an approved medically related subject, and at least 34 points overall with 17 points at Higher level including 6,6 in Chemistry and one other lab-based science subject*|
|Cambridge Pre-U||Requirements are as for A-levels, where Grade A* is D2, A is D3, B is M2, and C is M3|
|BTEC||2:1 in a UK degree in an approved medically-related subject, with at least DDD in a medically related subject plus grade A in A-level Chemistry*|
|SQA||2:1 in a UK degree in an approved medically-related subject, with SH: AAABB and AH: AB including A in Chemistry and one other lab-based science*|
|Welsh Bacc||Requirements are as for A-levels where you can substitute the same non-subject specific grade for the Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Level Core grade|
|EB||2:1 in a UK degree in an approved medically related subject, with 80% overall including 8.5 in Chemistry*|
|International qualifications||Qualifications, scholarships and local information sources for your country|
|English language requirements||Profile A
Further information about English language requirements
|Subjects required at GCSE or equivalent:||grade A in Mathematics and English Language.|
|Academic qualifications||A-levels (or equivalent qualifications) should have been completed within two years of study. General Studies and Critical Thinking are not acceptable towards the A-level or AS-level requirements. This degree excludes some units taken during the first two years of our standard five-year course, which must be covered by your first degree; please read our admissions statement (below) for guidance on suitable first degrees for applying to this course.|
More entry information
- Selection process: UCAS and multiple mini interview. In order to be considered for A101 you should send us your declaration of prior learning form as soon as you have applied through UCAS. This course is not available to international applicants. Candidates must be available for interview between December 2015 and April 2016. This course will not be available for 2017 entry applications.
- Deferred entry: Not accepted
- Medicine (graduate entry) admissions statement
- More about Medicine at Bristol
- University admissions policies and procedures
Admissions statements relate to 2016 entry and will be updated for 2017 entry in summer 2016.
Get in touch
For questions regarding study and admission contact:
Phone: +44 (0)117 394 1642
For information on tuition fees, living costs and financial support, visit fees and funding.
Key information about this course
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