Imperial Medicine Entry Requirements

To study undergraduate Medicine, Imperial College London requires AAA (including Biology, Chemistry, and a third subject, excluding General Studies or Critical Thinking). However, over 80% of offers are for A*AA (with the A* in Biology or Chemistry). See A level equivalent requirements here. You must also take the BMAT (Biomedical Admissions Test) and get at least 3.5 in Sections 1 and 2, and 2.5 in Section 3, the essay paper, to be accepted. Imperial, however, will be looking for standout scores, which The Profs’ expert BMAT Tutors can help you achieve. Please note that the BMAT is being discontinued, hence applicants in 2024 (for 2025 admission) onwards will not be sitting the BMAT. 

For Graduate Medicine, you’ll need a 2:1 UK Bachelor’s Degree in a biological subject that covers mammalian physiology and biochemistry. Imperial also recognises comparable qualifications.

Given that only 1 of 11 applicants is granted a place for undergraduate Medicine at Imperial, you will want to stand out from the pack to ensure a place. The Profs’ expert Medical admissions tutors can guide you from the personal statement to the BMAT to the interview and may well be the difference between success and failure.