A Guaranteed Medicine Interview

Each of our 10 Pathway Degrees offer students the opportunity of a guaranteed interview for Graduate Entry Medicine. If you didn't get into Medicine and find yourself applying for University through clearing our Pathways are an ideal choice for you.

UCAS will require you as an undergraduate Medicine Applicant to select a non-Medicine 5th choice on your application. Our Pathways to Medicine have been specifically designed to fill the 5th choice slot with a degree which will help you achieve your ambition to study Medicine, and help you gain a guaranteed interview for our Medicine degree. 

Medicine: UCAS 5th Choice Guide
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Medicine 5th choice opportunities

Join Dr Aidan Seeley for this information session about our Undergraduate Medicine Pathways and the Graduate Entry Medicine scheme.

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28/09/2022

18:00 - 19:00 BST

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Your Pathways to Medicine Options

Applied Medical Sciences
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Applied Medical Sciences gives an in-depth and applied understanding of how the human body works, what happens when it goes wrong, how we currently treat disorders, and the potential for novel therapeutics. Our Applied Medical Sciences Pathway degrees will give you a grounding in the sciences that underpins medicine.

Available as: 

Medical Biochemistry Medical Genetics Medical Pharmacology Population Health and Medical Sciences Other Clinical and Healthcare Routes

How it works

Students who choose a Pathway to Medicine benefit from bespoke modules, health or related observations and specialist preparation for applications to Graduate Entry Medicine alongside a guaranteed interview for our Graduate Entry Medicine course.

We guarantee graduates from our select undergraduate degrees an interview for our Graduate Entry Medicine programme, provided they meet the minimum entry requirements at the time of application, and successfully complete the Pathway.

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Successful completion of the Pathway is: 

  1. Overall 60% average in Year 1 of your studies, to be eligible for the Pathways Module in Year 2 "Doctors, Patients and the Goals of Medicine (PM254)"
  2. 60% in the Pathways Module - "Doctors, Patients and the Goals of Medicine (PM254)"
  3. Students must have or be expecting a valid GAMSAT (or MCAT if an International student) score at the time of application

Students who meet these entry requirements will be eligible for a Guaranteed Interview in their final year, students may only use the Interview Guarantee once, in their final year of study.

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