Preparing for UCAT is stressful enough without hunting down all the course and entry requirement information for different degrees at different universities. To take some of the burden off you, we’ve compiled everything you need to know in our University Course Guide Non-UK and Non-ANZ Associate Member Universities
This is a comprehensive guide to all of the Non-UK and Non-ANZ associate universities whose degrees for medicine, medical science or other health sciences require a UCAT score.
We’ve included each of the universities listed on the UCAT website.
For each university, we’ve included the degrees they offer and the information we have about UCAT cutoffs.
You can search this guide by using the navigation to the articles on each university.
If you are looking to compare specific degrees or types of university degrees, you can navigate to those pages from the links in the table below:
|Degree||University offering it|
|Medicine with a foundation year|
|Biomedical Laboratory Technics|
|Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques|
UCAT exams are held in over 130 countries. The official UCAT website has a list of all of these countries. Students will be expected to make their own travels if they cannot take the UCAT exam locally.
It is important to note that not all universities hold their interviews in multiple locations. Some will only hold interviews in the country and others may offer Skype call interviews. You need to be prepared to travel if you apply for these Universities.
Unfortunately, we can’t tell you that. But we can give you the information you require to make an informed decision in our UCAT university course guide.
When considering which university to attend, you need to take a wide variety of factors into consideration:
It is really important that you do research around the different degrees you are interested in and the universities you wish to attend.
You should also have in-depth discussions with your:
Choosing a university and degree is a pretty big decision. You need to be realistic about which degrees and universities are feasible in terms of your expected secondary school qualification results, UCAT score and financial viability.
The more people you discuss things with, the more informed your decision will be.
Each of the pages in this university guide deals with an individual Non-UK and Non-Australian-New-Zealand University that requires UCAT for entry into its courses.
For each university, we’ve included the following sections:
Because UCAT is an admissions test for the UK and Australia / New Zealand we are also hard at work on a guide to Australian and New Zealand universities, and UK Universities. We will also be adding a section to this guide for Australian, New Zealand and UK students eager to consider universities in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere.