Medical Schools in UK

Medical Schools in UK offer quality courses in medicine to students. The best part about these schools is that they allow students complete a master’s degree in 1 year and a bachelor’s degree in 5 years. The Universities and Colleges Admissions Office (UCAS) invite applications from students willing to pursue a medical course in UK. There are some medical schools that admit candidates on the basis of entrance examinations like BioMedical Admissions Test and United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test.

Eligibility Criteria for UK Medical Schools

Candidates willing to pursue a post graduate course in medicine need to complete their undergraduate degree in medicine. Besides, a minimum knowledge in English is mandatory for admission to the medical schools. More specifically, candidates with at least IELTS score of 7.0 or Grade B in the Certificate of Proficiency/IGCSE First Language/Advanced Certificate in English/GCSE may also apply for the course. In addition, there are some medical schools requiring a voluntary work experience.

International applicants are often recommended to complete their pre-medical programs or foundation courses prior to applying for the UK medical schools.

Leading Medical Schools in UK

    • Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
    • Bristol Medical School
  • Brighton and Sussex Medical School
  • Durham University School of Medicine and Health
  • Hull York Medical School
  • Imperial College School of Medicine
  • Keele University Medical School
  • King’s College London School of Medicine and Dentistry
  • Leeds School of Medicine
  • Leicester Medical School
  • Liverpool Medical School
  • Manchester Medical School
  • Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford
  • Newcastle University Medical School
  • Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry
  • School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge
  • Sheffield Medical School
  • Southampton Medical School
  • St George’s, University of London
  • UCL Medical School
  • University of Birmingham Medical School
  • University of Nottingham Medical School
  • University of East Anglia School of Medicine Health Policy and Practice
  • Warwick Medical School

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