This year A-level results day is on 17 August. We’ll have a limited number of undergraduate degree places available for UK/EU and International students through Clearing and Adjustment. Our Clearing Hub will open on Thursday 17 August at 6.00am. For Medicine applications, call 0300 303 0457. For all other courses, call 0300 303 3560.

Clearing courses

We anticipate that we'll have vacancies on the following courses:

Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)

Our Biomedical Science BSc is designed to provide you with a broad understanding of the scientific basis of human health and disease, including study, investigation, diagnosis and treatment. Our degree prepares you to pursue a career in medicine or research, or specialise in areas such as forensic medicine, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, clinical trials coordination or biomedical product marketing. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Successful applicants will be invited for an informal chat with an academic from the course.

Biomedical Science (MSci)

The Biomedical Science MSci is a continuous, integrated four-year programme, aimed at students interested in science and research, providing enhanced experience and skills transferable to employment or further study, and equipping students to apply for PhD courses or research posts in industry. The generalist research skills gained, in addition to the advanced science, will be advantageous for many non-science careers. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Successful applicants will be invited for an informal chat with an academic from the course.

Healthcare Science (Physiological Sciences) BSc (Hons)

Our Healthcare Science BSc is an accredited Practitioner Training Programme, which trains Clinical Physiologists for roles within the NHS. With the largest number of training placements for the Respiratory/Sleep specialism in the UK, we are also the only course in London accredited to train students in both Cardiac Physiology and Respiratory/Sleep Physiology specialisms. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Applicants will need to complete a face to face or Skype interview with an academic from the course. 

Medicine MBBS5

Our five-year Medicine course will equip you with essential knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes required to practise medicine competently and professionally in a patient-centred, multidisciplinary environment. As a St George’s medical graduate you will begin your career as a confident doctor, bringing scientific excellence to the bedside and reflecting our core values of patient safety, patient-centredness and professionalism. Call 0300 303 0457 to apply.

Applicants will need to complete a MMI interview.

Minimum Entry Requirements for Medicine (A100) In Clearing and Adjustment 2017:


 3 Subjects at grade AAA including Biology, Chemistry and one other subject. We do not consider AS levels.


8 GCSEs at grade A
including English Language, Maths and Dual Award or the three separate sciences (Biology, Chemistry and Physics).


 If sat in 2016: 500 in every section (Verbal Reasoning / Quantitative Reasoning / Abstract Reasoning). Minimum of 1890 overall score. We do not consider the Situational Judgement Test.

 If sat in 2017: 500 in every section (Verbal Reasoning / Quantitative Reasoning / Abstract Reasoning / Decision Making). Minimum of 2500 overall score. We do not consider the Situational Judgement Test.

Non-academic requirements: work experience

You will be required to demonstrate insight into Medicine through relevant work/voluntary experience at interview.You must also provide references for each piece of work/relevant experience you intend to present at interview. Undertaking relevant work experience and gaining insight from such activities helps you to decide whether Medicine is the right choice for you.We expect applicants to have a combination of experience in both healthcare and non-healthcare settings. You should be able to demonstrate why these experiences are relevant to an application for Medicine. Such experience could include, but is not limited to, participation in the following:

  • Paid/unpaid voluntary placements
  • School, college or university societies
  • Full or part-time employment
  • The Guides, Scouts, Red Cross or similar organisations.
  • Shadowing a healthcare professional
  • Gap year experience
  • Caring for a sick relative or first-hand experience of illness

It is good to have a broad range of experiences in a variety of settings, including hands-on healthcare experience where possible, in order to gain insight into different aspects of skills and qualities needed by a medical student.
As a result, you should be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of your own abilities and limitations
  • explain what you have learned and what you have contributed

We expect you to demonstrate insight into transferable skills such as: communication, patience, accuracy, team work, leadership and perseverance. You will also need to be able to relate those to your application for Medicine.  Evidence that you have made a consistent effort to participate in such experience as a regular commitment is preferred.If invited to interview, you will be required to provide references for any formal work experience you have carried out within the last 2 years. This is not a character reference and should only state dates, hours worked and duties undertaken.

For more information about work experience, read the Medical Schools Council's guidance for medicine applicants.

Non-academic requirements: health and police screening

Satisfactory clearance in both, including immunisation against Hepatitis B, MMR, Meningitis, TB and Chicken Pox.

Enhanced Police Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Physiotherapy BSc (Hons)

The Physiotherapy BSc programme explores concepts, principles and theories of anatomy, physiology, movement, therapeutic exercise, electro-physical modalities and health promotion. You will leave equipped with the knowledge, understanding and assessment and treatment skills needed to work as an effective and autonomous physiotherapist. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Applicants will need to complete a MMI interview.

Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons)

Diagnostic Radiographers use a wide range of sophisticated equipment for different imaging modalities, such as X-ray, ultrasound and CT and MRI scanning, and combine this expertise with high standards of patient care. Our course will provide you with key skills, knowledge and practical experience to efficiently utilise medical images in diagnosing and treating a range of conditions. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Therapeutic Radiography BSc (Hons)

The Therapeutic Radiography BSc equips you with the knowledge, technical expertise and care skills needed to plan and deliver radiotherapy treatment to patients with cancer. You will learn how to use advanced radiotherapy equipment and digital technology, such as CT scanners, in a safe and responsible manner to target the tumour with millimetre accuracy, delivering the maximum dose with minimum impact on healthy tissue. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Paramedic Science BSc (Hons)

The BSc in Paramedic Science is designed to develop you into an effective clinician with the capability of responding to, and managing, life-threatening emergency situations from cardiac arrest to multisystem trauma. You will also cover minor illness and injury as managing these types of patient conditions, including chronic conditions, are the main part of a paramedic’s workload. The programme will also train you in out-of-hospital care, mental health, social needs, maternity, chronic conditions, pharmacology and trauma. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Applicants will need to complete a telephone interview.

Occupational Therapy BSc (Hons)

Occupational Therapists focus on helping their clients participate in the roles and activities they want, despite any challenges faced as a result of injury, illness or disability. By combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience, this course explores concepts, principles and theories of occupational science, human development, anatomy, physiology, sociology and psychology to develop the knowledge and skills to practise as an Occupational Therapist. Call 0300 303 3560 to apply.

Applicants will need to complete a telephone interview.

Adjusted criteria

If you have attended a school or college from the Adjusted Criteria Scheme list you might be considered for an adjusted offer entry. Typically, this will be lower than our standard entry requirements.

When you call on 17th August, please let the agent know if you have attended one of those institutions and this will be considered in your application.

The specific entry requirements for courses available in Clearing and Adjustment will be determined closer to results day. 

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Last Updated: Tuesday, 15 August 2017 10:12