Intercalated degrees - eligibility and entry criteria

CourseWho can apply?
D = Dental
M = Medical
V = Vet
Entry requirementsLanguage requirements
Biochemistry (BSc) D, M, V   Profile E
Bioethics (BSc) D, M, V Supplementary application form Profile A

Cancer Biology and Immunology (BSc)

D, M, V   Profile E

Cellular and Molecular Medicine (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile E

Childhood Studies (BSc)

D, M, V  Supplementary application form Profile B

Functional and Clinical Anatomy (BSc)

D, M, V  Supplementary application form Profile C

Genomic Medicine (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile A

Global Health (BSc)

D, M, V  Supplementary application form Profile A

Global Wildlife Health and Conservation (MSc)

V   Profile B

Health Sciences (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile C

Health Sciences Research (MRes)

D, M, V  Supplementary application form Profile B

Medical Humanities (BA)

D, M, V  Supplementary application form Profile A

Medical Microbiology (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile E

Neuroscience (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile E

Pharmacology (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile E

Physiological Science (BSc)

D, M, V    Profile E

Transfusion and Transplantation Sciences (MSc)

D, M, V   Profile C

Translational Cardiovascular Medicine (MSc)

D, M, V   Profile E

Virology and Immunology (BSc)

D, M, V   Profile E

Zoology (BSc)

V   Profile E

International applicants need to achieve a certain level of English to qualify for a place on their chosen course. Different courses need different levels of language skills. We refer to these skill levels as ‘profiles’. The profile for your chosen course is shown in the table above and full details of each profile are available at bristol.ac.uk/study/language-requirements

Internal applicants who are already studying on a professional course at the University of Bristol do not need to show additional evidence of their language skill as part of their application.

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