The Imperial College London School of Medicine provides the Medicine (A100) course.
BMAT cut-off scores are calculated each year, as a result of ranked candidate BMAT scores versus number of expected interview sessions. As a result, the absolute BMAT cut-off changes each year. However, the BMAT cut-off scores from previous admissions cycles may be used as a guide. For 2019 entry, the minimum scores required were: a score of 4.1 in section 1; a score of 4.2 in section 2; a score of 2.5 and grade C in section 3.
Evidence of motivation to study medicine, understanding of medicine as a career, community activities, leadership qualities, ability to work in a team and general interests.
GCSE Requrements for Imperial College London School of Medicine are:
- Maths - No requirements
- English - Grade 6 minimum
- Science - No requirements
- Other requiremants - No other requirements
GCSEs are not scored. Only minimum requirements needed
A-levels or Scottish Higher requirements.
Minimum AAA at A level including Chemistry and Biology plus a third subject. Please note that the standard offer is likely to be A*AA with the A* in either Chemistry or Biology. A Levels in General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted.
Minimum 38 points overall including 6 in Biology and Chemistry at Higher level. Grade 5 in Standard level English is required. Please note that the standard offer is likely to be 39 points overall including 7 and 6 in Biology and Chemistry at Higher level.
Graduate Applicatant Degree Requirements
Imperial does not accept graduate applications for their A100 course.
Graduate Medicine degree (UCAS code A109) has been suspended for 2021 entry for an update of the curriculum.
A contextual offer of AAA rather than A*AA may be available. Widening participation candidates are flagged at application stage and this may be a factor at short-listing stage. The medical school is involved in the Pathways to Medicine scheme. See website for details.