Applying to Leicester Medical School
Stage 1: UCAS form
All applications, including those of overseas students and mature students, must be made through UCAS.
We have minimum academic entry requirements for the MBChB and entry requirements for the MBChB with Foundation Year, and also require the UCAT exam to be sat in the year of application. Leicester Medical School is highly rated, so competition for places is keen and we expect high grades in appropriate A-levels (or equivalent).
Your UCAS form should detail your academic qualifications (achieved and pending), a current academic reference and a personal statement, plus details of any employment. Although not routinely read, your personal statement may be assessed in some situations and so should be clear and concise. It should outline your ambitions and experiences, and how they have shaped your personal development.
Medical work experience is not essential but you should be able to demonstrate that you have undertaken some kind of work where you are able to communicate with the public.
We have a system to score applications for our Medicine programmes. A numerical score is calculated, and the highest-scoring applicants will be invited to an online interview. Find out more about scoring for the MBChB and scoring for the MBChB with Foundation Year.
Stage 2: Interview
The online interview will take the format of multiple mini interviews (MMIs). The process will last just over an hour, and you will be assessed through a number of stations (manned and unmanned) some of which includes communication, motivation, empathy, comprehension and numeracy.
Based on consideration of both your UCAS form and your interview, we may then make you an offer.
Stage 3: Offer
Your offer will be conditional if you are still awaiting the results of your degree, A-levels, IB or equivalent.
Please read the Selection Policy (PDF, 466kb) document for detailed information about selection.
Upon registration you will be asked to agree to the Annual Medical School Agreement (PDF, 618kb). You may find it useful to review the current version of this document prior to your online registration but please note this Agreement is revised every year, so this version may differ from the one you are asked to sign on Registration