In this article, we’re going to give you an overview of The University of Exeter and the medicine courses it offers which require UCAT for admission.
An overview of The University of Exeter
The University of Exeter was established in 1955 and currently has 22,085 students from more than 130 countries.
The University has six Academic Colleges spread out across three campuses.
The College of Medicine and Health is located on the St Luke’s Campus.
Exeter offers students over 200 societies to choose from (including Baking, Medical Society, and Theatre), sporting facilities (including a health and fitness studio and an indoor heated swimming pool), and a range of volunteering opportunities.
The University also offers a wide range of accommodation options for students including both self-catered and catered options, and of a varied price range.
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The University of Exeter Medical Courses offered that require UCAT
|Medical Courses||Course Code||Entry Requirements||Length of Course||Campus Taught|
|Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery||A100||Academic requirements|
ATAR (for NSW):
IB (International Baccalaureate):
- At least 36 points overall
- Applicants must receive a AAA at A-Level.
A minimum of DDD.
- Biology (HL6); and
- Chemistry (HL6)
- GCE A-Level:
- Biology (A); and
- Chemistry (A)
- GCE A-Level:
- Biology (grade A); and
- Chemistry (grade A)
NOTE: General Studies is not included in any offer.
Acceptance is based on student’s meeting the minimum academic results, UCAT results, and their interview.
There is no minimum threshold mark required for the UCAT. However, in previous years, a score lower than 2500 will generally not be invited for an interview.
Applicants need to achieve a GCSE or equivalent in:
- Students are required to apply through UCAS.
- Students are required to achieve the minimum academic standards covered above
- Students also need to sit the UCAT exam and score a high mark
- If selected, students will need to attend an interview between December and March.
Interview Criteria and structure:
Applicants who achieve the minimum academic requirements are then ranked by their UCAT marks to be invited to an interview.
- Criteria: The interview assesses:
- Ability to think critically and flexibly
- Your work experience
- Communication Skills
- Ability to work in a team
- The interview is structured as Multiple Mini Interviews.
- Exeter doesn’t specify any more information about the 2021-2022 interview structures. However, in previous years, there were 7 stations with each station assessing a specific criterion. Students must be awarded a ‘Yes’ judgement to at least 5 of their stations to be considered for an offer.
|5 years full-time||St Luke’s Campus|