We have fifteen places available to Home applicants from widening participation backgrounds for our four-year A101 graduate entry programme. Applicants for this programme will be required to demonstrate that they come from a widening participation background and that they meet our minimum academic and UKCAT requirements. The requirements set out on this page are the minimum required in order to be considered for entry to the A101 Graduate Entry Medicine course. Meeting the minimum academic and UKCAT entry requirements does not guarantee an invitation to interview or the offer of a place.
This degree programme is only open to Home students from Widening Participation backgrounds. The A101 Graduate Entry programme is not open to Home students who are not from a Widening Participation background. There are no International places available.
We will consider applicants to meet our widening participation criteria if they met any two or more of the following criteria at the point they completed their A-Levels (or equivalent qualifications):
-Lived in a area with a low progression to higher education;
-Lived in a deprived area;
-Received free school meals in years 10-13;
-Received a 16-19 Bursary or similar grant;
-Was a young carer;
-Was estranged from their parents or legal guardians during their secondary/further education;
-Have parents who do not hold higher education qualifications;
-Have a disability.
We will determine whether applicants meet our widening participation entry requirements by sending them a simple form to complete, which includes definitions for the criteria set out above. You can find a copy of the form here for your information. You may download the form and submit it to us with your application. If you choose to do this, please submit it to [email protected] Alternatively, we will send this to applicants to complete on receipt of their application. Applicants will be required to return the form to us by 1st November 2018 at the latest and we will not be able to process the application if the completed form is not received. Applicants who receive offers will be required to provide supporting evidence at registration or a statement to indicate why such evidence cannot be provided.
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