Medical Schools


Medicine at University of Nottingham Medical School

Overview of University of Nottingham Medical School


The first two years are spent learning pre-clinical medicine. There is one GP placement per module, which allows early clinical experience. There is an enormous importance placed on PBL at Nottingham Medical School. This is taught every week, which differs from the more traditional teaching at other universities.


Nottingham Medicine Course Structure

Five-year undergraduate entry medicine (A100/A10L) at Nottingham University Medicine This route is for UK, EU and international applicants. You will first take an integrated three-year Bachelor of Medical Sciences (BMedSci) degree and then progress to complete the Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) course.

Nottingham University Medicine Entry Requirements


6 GCSEs at grade 7 (A) with grade 6 (B) in English language. - These GCSEs must include biology, chemistry and physics as either individual subjects, triple science or double science. They must also include maths. - They do not accept GCSE resits.

A Levels


Must include chemistry & biology Resits acceptable if completed if A-Levels completed in last twelve months, ABB, predicted to achieve AAA.


36 (6, 6, 6 at Higher Level including biology and chemistry, excluding core component) GCSEs as above (or equivalent) - They will consider resits of a maximum of 2 subjects as long as: - You have completed your IB in the last 12 months - You have achieved 34 total points overall - You have obtained 6,5,5 at Higher Level with a 6 in chemistry or biology – the other one being at level 5. - Students must be predicted and achieve 666 (including biology and chemistry)

Scottish Higher


Scottish Advanced