Imperial College London Medicine Entry Requirements

For undergraduate medicine at Imperial College London, you are required at a minimum to get AAA (including Biology, Chemistry and a third subject that cannot be General Studies or Critical Thinking), but over 80% of Imperial’s offers are for A*AA (with the A* in Biology or Chemistry). For those doing alternative qualifications to A levels, see their full entry requirements here. You will also need to take the UCAT (The University Clinical Aptitude Test) and achieve a score of at least 3.5 in Sections 1 and 2, and 2.5 in Section 3, the essay paper, in order to not be automatically rejected. Learn how to ace the UCAT with The Profs here. 90% of our students who use our admissions services get into their first or second-choice university.

For Graduate Medicine, you will normally need at least a 2:1 UK Bachelor’s Degree in a biological subject, in which you studied at least the basic physiology and biochemistry of mammalian cells and organs. Comparable qualifications are also recognised by the university.

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