Glasgow University

Overview

The University of Glasgow offers you the opportunity to study at a Russell Group university that is in the top 100 universities in the world. Glasgow Dental School is ranked 1st in the UK (Complete University Guide 2020). In Year 1 students will be introduced to all aspects of clinical dentistry.

Interviews are sent out to high achieving UCAT applicants, provided they meet the minimum entry criteria.

Key Points

  • Heavy UCAT focus
  • Early Clinical Experience

About the university Compare

Key Information
Emailmed-sch-dental-ug@glasgow.ac.uk
Phone number0141 211 9703
Course Information
Teaching style Traditional/PBL
There is a mixture of teaching throughout the course including: lectures, small groups and clinical teaching
Course length5 years
BSCYes Students have the option to intercalate after Year 3
Courses offered1 course offered Undergraduate and graduate entry – 5 years
Graduate entryYes
Foundation or accessNo
University Life
Local areaGlasgow
The subway connects the main campus to the city centre in less than 10 minutes.
Social life3rd Largest city in the UK. It offers a lively nightlife with more than 700 bars, pubs and nightclubs. There are more than 90 parks and public gardens and a range of sports on offer.
Interview
Interview styleMMI
7 stations lasting 6 minutes each including 1 minute reading time
Interview datesFebruary
Interview topics
  • Role play
  • Ethical dilemas
  • Being self-critical and self-motivating
  • Manual dexterity
  • Teamwork Skills
Admissions Tests
UCATIf your UCAT score is deemed to be too low then you will not be selected for an interview. The UCAT cut-off score varies from year to year and is not released by the Dental School during the application cycle.
Cut off score in 2018: 2540
Cut off score in 2019: 2470
BMATN/A
GAMSATN/A
Academic Requirements
GSCEGrades required: Six GCSE’s at grade A/7 including Mathematics or Physics. Grade B/6 in English Language or Literature
A-levelAAA is common
Subjects required: Biology and Chemistry
Grades required: AAA
Retake policyNo
Scottish highersGrades required: AABB-AAAAB
Including Biology and Chemistry by the end of S6 plus Advanced Higher Biology or Chemistry at Grade B.
Minimum AABB by the end of S5. Higher subjects must include Biology and Chemistry
Scottish advancedGrades required: A or B in Advanced Higher Biology or Chemistry
IBGrades required: 36 points including three Higher Level subjects at 6,6,6.
Additional requirements: Chemistry and Biology at Higher Level 6. Mathematics or Physics at HL.
Bachelor's Degree (Gradutes Only)2:1 Honours Degree
Preferably In a relevant subject
Statistics
Applications in 19/20
Total number of home applicants: Approximately 446
Interviews in 19/20Total number of applicants interviewed: 205
Offers in 19/20Total number of offers: 140
Success rate in 19/20Application success rate:
Offers per applicant: 1 in 3.2
Interview success rate:
Offers per interview: 1 in 1.5

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AnonymousMedic Mind Tutor

18 January 2021

Are the interviews going to be panel or mmi for this year?

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