Study Biomedical Sciences at St George's and you may have the option to transition into the second year of our Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry) course when you complete your BSc degree.

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If you wish, ultimately, to pursue a medical career, St George’s is a good place to start. We offer two options to progress to medicine, on completion of your BSc.

Option 1: All students on BSc Biomedical Science who meet the requirements to transfer into the BSc Clinical Bioscience pathway are able to apply at the end of your second year as a new entrant to the second year (transition) of Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry). Offers to interview will be presented to eligible applicants who satisfy the academic criteria for the Clinical Bioscience pathway with predicted first class or 2.1 degree honours. Students are required to graduate from BSc Clinical Bioscience before they transition to the Medicine MBBS (graduate entry) course. The number of places available is reviewed each year. For September 2018 entry, international students on the BSc Biomedical Science programme are also eligible to apply for this pathway; however, the number of places available will depend on the cap of 7.5% international students in the relevant cohort of the MBBS programme not being exceeded.

Option 2: Home/EU Biomedical Science or Clinical Bioscience graduates, after completion of their degree, or graduates in any discipline can apply to study Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry) at St George's or elsewhere in order to pursue a medical career. International students are not currently eligible to apply to the St George's Medicine MBBS (Graduate Entry) programme for year one entry, but may be eligible to apply for a graduate entry Medicine programme at other universities.

Application

 

Application forms are made available at the end of the second year of study, as eligible applicants will be invited to interview after the publication of second year exams results. We use Multi Mini Interviews (MMIs) to assess candidates for all medical degrees and these usually take place each July.

 


Last Updated: Thursday, 11 May 2017 11:49