University of Cambridge (Graduate Entry)
The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest universities in the world, dating back to 1209. As one of the most prestigious in the UK, notable alumni include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin and David Attenborough. Teaching places a heavy emphasis on biomedical research with the hope that graduates will become world-leaders and embrace scientific advancement throughout their careers. Cambridge is a collegiate university so students will additionally benefit to membership to one of the 31 colleges. Your college will provide accommodation and other facilities including dining halls, study rooms and libraries. Studying at Cambridge is a unique experience based on tradition and the traditional experiences.
Cambridge attracts the strongest applicants from across the globe. With a strong emphasis on academics and BMAT score, Cambridge is an ideal choice for strong all-round applicants keen to experience a traditional Oxbridge education. The graduate medicine course is offered at the following colleges only; Hughes Hall, Lucy Cavendish, St Edmund’s and Wolfson.
- Graduate Entry
- No Entrance Exam
- High A-Level Requirements
About the university Compare
|Phone number||01223 333308|
|Teaching style||Traditional |
Cambridge takes a traditional approach teaching the medical sciences first before beginning clinical placements from Year 4 onwards. The first three years (pre-clinical studies) involve lectures, practical classes, dissections and supervisions.
The graduate course condenses pre-clinical studies into the first two years with additional clinical placements during holidays.
|Course length||4 years|
|Courses offered||2 courses on offer: |
A100 Standard Entry - 6 years
A101 Cambridge Graduate Course - 4 years
|Foundation or access||No|
Cambridge is a vibrant city in the heart of the countryside in Cambridgeshire. The city is steeped in history and provides students with a beautiful setting to study at one of the world's most prestigious universities. The city is relatively small with most colleges located in the city centre and easy reach of lecture theatres.
|Social life||The university offers a unique social life to its students. The collegiate system provides a "family" within the university, not only providing accommodation but also social events through the JCR. This includes weekly formal dinners, music societies and sports teams. The famous May Balls (actually held in June!) take place shortly after exams and are the highlight of the social calendar with everything from circus acts to famous bands in attendance.|
8 stations of 5 minutes each
Subjects required: Chemistry and one of either Biology, Physics, or Mathematics.
Required Grades: Passes in A-levels
Typical offer holders will have grades AAA at A-level. Also please note that some colleges require particular subjects, please see college websites for details.
|Bachelor's Degree (Gradutes Only)||2:1 Honours degree|
Degree subject: any academic discipline
Degree Class: 2:1 or above
Additional requirements: Passess in A level requirements.
Graduate applicants may apply as an affiliate student to the standard A100 course, or to the accelerated graduate entry course.
|Applications in 19/20||481|
|Interviews in 19/20||-|
|Offers in 19/20||46|
|Success rate in 19/20||approx 1 in 11|