A*AA-AAA: A Level typical offer set by UK medical schools

Below is a listing of UK medical schools where A Level applicants are typically expected to achieve results in the range from A*AA to AAA. 

See the 'Typical offers' section in the full profile of each medical school for more details. 

For the big picture across all UK medical schools, check also our ranking of A Level typical offers and notes on A Level coursework requirements.

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Imperial College London, renowned for its internationally competitive research, delivers a six-year medical programme in partnership with NHS trusts in the North & West of London. In response to updated GMC guidelines, Imperial recently switched to a spiral curriculum, delivered in three phases. Teaching is delivered via lectures, small group teaching, computer workshops, and laboratory sessions. 

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to Imperial medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
1997

Years of course:
6

Total medical students:
2040

Average year cohort:
340.0

Region:
London

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (strictly required)
Chemistry (strictly required)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
BMAT

A Level typical offer:
A*AA-AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AAA

IB typical offer:
38-39 points

General teaching method:
Integrated, PBL

Anatomy teaching:
Dissection

Intercalation mode:
Required intercalation

The only medical school in Northern Ireland, Queen's Belfast offers an integrated five-year curriculum. Case-based learning is used to integrate theory with clinical practice, complemented by very early patient contact. Course highlights include full-body cadaveric dissection, student selected components, and a world-class interprofessional simulation centre. Queen’s is the only medical school in Northern Ireland and students are welcomed in all of the hospitals within the region and in over 150 general practices.

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to Queen’s Belfast medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
1835

Years of course:
5

Total medical students:
1360

Average year cohort:
272.0

Region:
Northern Ireland

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (strictly required)
Chemistry (strictly required)
Maths (acceptable option)
Physics (acceptable option)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
UCAT

A Level typical offer:
A*AA-AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AAA-AA

IB typical offer:
36 points

General teaching method:
CBL, Integrated

Anatomy teaching:
Dissection

Intercalation mode:
Optional intercalation

St George's offers a five-year integrated MBBS degree, emphasising the patient-centred approach to Medicine and the importance of interprofessional care. Teaching is delivered through lectures, tutorials, seminars, PBL, and clinical placements, with anatomy taught through dissection and prosection. Case-based learning helps students integrate theory with real clinical scenarios. St George's is closely affiliated to St George's Hospital, located in Tooting (SouthWest London).

Here is an at-a-glance summary of key information related to St George's London medical school.

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Medical school establishment date:
1733

Years of course:
5

Total medical students:
1370

Average year cohort:
274.0

Region:
London

Subject prerequisites:

Biology (strictly required)
Chemistry (strictly required)

Interview format:
MMI

Admissions test:
UCAT

A Level typical offer:
A*AA-AAA

Advanced Higher typical offer:
AA

IB typical offer:
36 points

General teaching method:
CBL, Integrated, PBL

Anatomy teaching:
Dissection, Prosection

Intercalation mode:
Optional intercalation