Admissions statistics

Statistics for admission to the A100 Medicine MBChB course at Leicester Medical School.

  • 'Graduate applicants' are those who have completed a degree or are in their final year of their degree
  • 'Non-graduate applicants' are those who have not completed a degree or are not in the final year of a degree

September 2018 entry - number of offers

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Applications Interviews Total offers
Home/EU Graduate applicants 581 209 148
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 1488 828 520
Overseas Graduate applicants 38 4 3
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 202 54 30
Total 2309 1095 701

September 2018 entry - scoring

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Minimum score to be invited to interview* (out of 64) Interview score to be made an offer** (out of 162)
Home/EU Graduate applicants 50.5 116 and above (those scoring 115-110 were a borderline group and did not guarantee an offer, a small number scoring below 110 with widening access criteria were given an offer)
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 52.5 for those with achieved A-levels

53.5 for those with predicted A-levels
116 and above (those scoring 115-110 were a borderline group and did not guarantee an offer, a small number scoring below 110 with widening access criteria were given an offer)
Overseas Graduate applicants 53.5 105 and above
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 54 105 and above

September 2017 entry - number of offers

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Applications Interviews Total offers
Home/EU Graduate applicants 544 176 111
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 1401 785 469
Overseas Graduate applicants 41 7 5
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 139 40 26
Total 2125 1008 611

September 2017 entry - scoring

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Minimum score to be invited to interview* (out of 48) Interview score to be made an offer** (out of 162)
Home/EU Graduate applicants 39.5 116 and above (those scoring 116-112 were a borderline group and did not guarantee an offer)
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 39.5 for those with achieved A-levels

40.5 for those with predicted A-levels
116 and above (those scoring 116-112 were a borderline group and did not guarantee an offer)
Overseas Graduate applicants 37.5 93 and above
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 39.5 93 and above

September 2016 entry - number of offers

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Applications Interviews Total offers
Home/EU Graduate applicants 408 149 115
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 1548 726 413
Overseas Graduate applicants 27 5 1
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 180 52 25
Total 2163 932 554

September 2016 entry - scoring

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Minimum score to be invited to interview* (out of 68) Interview score to be made an offer** (out of 144)
Home/EU Graduate applicants 56 92 and above
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 56.5 92 and above
Overseas All applicants 57.5 93 and above

September 2015 entry - number of offers

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Applications Interviews Total offers
Home/EU Graduate applicants 422 116 96
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 1631 546 376
Overseas Graduate applicants 28 3 3
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 223 43 28
Total 2304 708 503

September 2015 entry - scoring

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Minimum score to be invited to interview* (out of 68) Interview score to be made an offer** (%)
Home/EU Graduate applicants 57 65% and above
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 59.5 65% and above
Overseas All applicants 58.5 60.8% and above

September 2014 entry - number of offers

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Applications Interviews Total offers
Home/EU Graduate applicants 85 51 43
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 1884 790 373
Overseas Graduate applicants 7 6 5
Overseas Non-graduate applicants 301 67 23
Total 2277 914 444

September 2014 entry - scoring

Fee status Graduate/non-graduate Minimum score to be invited to interview* (out of 60) Interview score to be made an offer** (%)
Home/EU Graduate applicants 56 68% and above
Home/EU Non-graduate applicants 58 68% and above
Overseas All applicants Data not available Data not available

The split between graduate and non-graduate is as accurate as possible within reasonable time constraints for providing the information. The data is dependent on the information provided by the applicant. Applicants who apply while still completing their degree do not necessarily declare it as part of their qualifications as they have not yet completed it. In some cases, the fact that an applicant is a graduate is only mentioned at all in the reference, and the system does not report against information provided in a free text field that is not part of the scoring system. 

Please note: graduate applicants were ranked separately from non-graduate applicants for invitation to interview purposes because of differences in the scoring system. However all applicants were ranked together when looking at interview scores.

* The score listed is the lowest score required to get an interview. Some of those achieving this score may have been in a borderline group who had their application assessed in a tie-breaker situation, therefore not all applicants achieving this score will have been invited to interview. Please note: our scoring system can change every year, and as such, this score should in no way be deemed to be a minimum required every year to receive an invite to interview.

** The score listed is the lowest score required to get an offer. Some of those achieving this score may have been in a borderline group who had a breakdown of their interview performance assessed as well as referring back to their application in a tie-breaker situation, therefore not all applicants achieving this score will have been given an offer. Please note: our scoring system can change every year, and as such, this score should in no way be deemed to be a minimum required every year to receive an offer.

A few applicants with a lower interview score may receive a late offer if places became available during the cycle. Late offers are only made to applicants who have not accepted offers at another institution. These offers are given in order of interview score and assessment of all aspects of the application, including the personal statement.