UKCAT - 2331 or above.
Candidates who have not taken the UKCAT in 2017 can sit the UKCAT in July 2018 for September 2018 entry and score a minimum of 2331. These applicants will be ranked for interview on academic criteria alone. All such applicants, if issued with a conditional offer, will need to complete the UKCAT test in the 2018 sitting by 31 July 2018 and score a minimum of 2331.
All candidates for medicine must undertake the United Kingdom Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT).
For school-leavers/gap-year students and graduates, applicants will be ranked according to a 50:50 weighting applied to the UKCAT score and academic ability as measured by UCAS tariff compared to other applicants who apply in that same year.
Graduates who meet the minimum academic criteria will be ranked against the other graduate applicants applying in that year according to 50:50 weighting applied to the UKCAT score and academic ability as measured using a points weighting of degree classification or postgraduate degrees.
A Levels Grades Requirements
Minimum entry for 2018 entry: 3 A levels at AAB:
- A in Chemistry or Biology
- A in another Science or Maths (Chemistry, Biology, Physics, or Maths)
- B in any A level except Critical Thinking or General Studies.
For all A Level applicants:
- If A level Maths and Further Maths is offered in the same sitting, Further Maths is acceptable at AS Level only.
- General studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted subjects at AS and A level.
- A levels requirements must be achieved in one sitting over no longer than a 2 year period.
- Barts and The London does not consider any applications from students who are re-sitting their AS or A level year thereby taking 3 years to achieve the required grades unless protected under the Equality and Diversity Act 2010.
GCSE Grades Requirements
All eligible applicants must have the following subjects at GCSE level, at grades AAABBB (777666 for GSCEs taken from 2015) or above (in any order) to include Biology (or Human Biology), Chemistry, English Language, and Mathematics (or Additional Mathematics or Statistics). The Science Double Award may substitute all sciences at GCSE.
Months of entry
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has launched a five-year Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) programme taught on the Mediterranean islands of the Maltese Republic. The MBBS is taught by Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, a faculty of QMUL, a member of the Russell Group of leading research-led UK universities.
The programme has been designed to provide students with the medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional attitudes that are required to become a competent Foundation Year (FY1) Doctor. Our spiral curriculum is taught in a series of modules which are based on body systems which, in turn, encompass various scientific and medical themes. The programme is very similar as the MBBS London programme in terms of its content, method of delivery and selection criteria.
Key programme information
- Taught in English
- Delivered by Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
- Same core curriculum as the MBBS in London
- Junior doctor (Foundation Year 1 and 2) positions available in Malta
- Early clinical experience with an innovative research-led curriculum
- Awarded an Medicine MBBS from Queen Mary University of London
- All candidates apply directly to Queen Mary University of London not UCAS
- All candidates must sit the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT)
- We are proud to be listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools, developed through a partnership between the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER)
Information for international students
English language requirements - IELTS with a score of 7.0 overall taken within 2 years.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Team
- +44 (0)20 7882 8478