there isn't one because they've started the school in 2022 (so only two batches have gone in the past). Plus before it was only international (so lesser seats for intl=more competition). Now from 2024 it's home students as well. I'm assuming somewhere above 2600 should be competitive i guess?
To recruit students, it's been approved but it hasn't gotten full GMC accreditation yet because that only happens when the first batchgraduates, so that is in 2027. They also have a contingency school in the event of any unforeseen circumstances.
Not sure if it'll be competitive enough because this time it'll be more competitive (if you are international student). UCAT is slightly low if i'm gonna be honest but remember you can do direct apply to brunel so you should always apply to maximise your chances. A levels seem good. You can do 5 on UCAS (4 medical schools) + brunel on their platform. Give it a shot, they would consider since there is no set UCAT cut off scores published.