London – Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Overview

Opened in 1911, the Institute of Dentistry at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry has a long and proud record of internationally recognised excellence in oral and dental science. The Institute of Dentistry was moved in 2014 to the Alexandra wing of the royal London Hospital. Costing £78 million, it houses state of the art facilities and a modern learning environment for dental education.

Key Points

  •  Early patient contact
  • UCAT cut off score
  • UCAT cut off score

About the university Compare

Key Information
Emaildentistry@qmul.ac.uk
Phone number020 7882 2240
Course Information
Teaching styleTraditional You will learn through: Lectures, seminars, outreach clinical teaching, practical sessions in laboratories, clinical skills labs and clinics.
Course length5 years
BSCYes
Students can apply for an intercalated BSc to start after their second, third or fourth years.
Courses offered1 course offered
Undergraduate and graduate entry – 5 years
Graduate entryYes
Foundation or accessNo
University Life
Local areaEast London
Queen Mary has sits in east and central London and all campuses are easily accessible by tube and bus.
Social lifeThere are over 200 student societies and 60 sports clubs to be a part of. There are many clubs, bars and pop up restaurants that are situated nearby.
Interview
Interview stylePanel
Normally interview panels consist of two members of senior academic or clinical staff, a dentistry student and sometimes a lay selector.
Interview datesJanuary - March
Interview topics
  • Motivation and realistic approach to dentistry as a career
  • Show initiative, resilience and maturity
  • Work well as part of a team
  • Be well organised and demonstrate problem solving abilities
  • Likely contribution to university life
  • Communicate effectively in a wide range of situations
Admissions Tests
UCATThird decile or above
Applicants will be ranked according to a 50:50 weighting applied to the UCAT score and academic ability.
2019 third decile score: 2360
BMATN/A
GAMSATN/A
Academic Requirements
GSCEGrades required: AAABBB/777666
Subjects required: Biology, Chemistry (or Science double award), English Language and Mathematics.
A-levelA*AA is common
Subjects required:Biology or chemistry, and a second science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Maths)
Grades required: A*AA
Retake policyNo
Scottish highersGrades required: AAA
Scottish Highers are not accepted alone. Advanced Highers must be offered.
Subjects required: Chemistry and Biology
Scottish advancedGrades required: AA
Subjects required: Chemistry and Biology
IBGrades required: 38 points with 666 in Higher Level subjects
Subjects required: Biology or Chemistry and a second science subject or Maths
Bachelor's Degree (Gradutes Only)2:1 Honours Degree
Achieved in any subjected with supporting science qualifications where necessary.
Statistics
Applications in 19/20Total number of home applicants: 700
Interviews in 19/20Total number of applicants interviewed: 250
Offers in 19/20Total number of offers: 150
Success rate in 19/20Application success rate:
Offers per applicant: 1 in 4.7
Interview success rate:
Offers per interview: 1 in 1.7

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AnonymousMedic Mind Tutor

21 January 2021

Hi with the statistic –
Interview success rate:
Offers per interview: 1 in 1.7

does this mean following the candidates which were interviewed, 1 in every 1.7 individuals were offered a place to study?

also how is there different from the other statistic:
Application success rate:
Offers per applicant: 1 in 4.7

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AnonymousMedic Mind Tutor

27 January 2021

I think application success rate takes account of all applicants whereas offers per interview only takes account those who get interviews