The Graduate Course in Medicine is available only to applicants from the UK and EU. Overseas graduates may apply for affiliated entry only to the Standard Course; graduates from within the UK and EU may apply to both courses.
The Graduate Course in Medicine is an accelerated four-year programme, with an emphasis on the acquisition of clinical skills through direct patient contact in hospital and community environments. Students who complete it successfully are entitled to hold provisional registration with the General Medical Council; most go on to work in the NHS, and many become general practitioners.
Lucy Cavendish aims to admit six to seven students for the Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine each year. We also have around ten students on the Standard Course in Medicine together with twelve postgraduate Medical Scientists and a similar number of teaching and research staff, making Medicine the largest subject community in college.
Further information about the course can be found on theFacultyandUniversity websites.
IMPORTANT: Applicants must complete a separate University of Cambridge application form for the A101 course in addition to making an application via UCAS. The 2019 entry application form is available to download in Word or pdf format from the Cambridge website here.
A Level Chemistry (normally passed at grade A or above within seven years of entry) and one of Biology/Human Biology, Physics, Mathematics (at A or AS level)
GCSE Mathematics and GCSE English Language, both at grade C or above, or recognised equivalent
Most successful applicants have at least three A Levels at grade A or A* in any subject
UK Honours Degree, or equivalent, in any discipline, with a 2.i or above
A range of British and international qualifications may be acceptable. Applicants holding qualifications they believe to be equivalent other than the International Baccalaureate and Scottish Highers will need to demonstrate, convincingly, that those qualifications involve a comparable level of scientific and mathematical understanding, and are advised to contact us for guidance
We strongly recommend obtaining medical/healthcare experience as a paid or volunteer worker, and the shadowing of medical professionals
For more information, see the general Entrance Requirements and FAQs, or contact our Admissions Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There is no pre-interview or at-interview assessment for Lucy Cavendish. Applicants are not expected to sit the BMAT.
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