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Undergraduate Study

 

At Cambridge, we offer two medicine courses – the Standard Course and the Graduate Course. Throughout, our aim is to educate students to become compassionate, thoughtful, skilled members – and leaders – of the medical profession.

 

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Online interviews

Guidance for applicants being interviewed for the CGCM course in February 2023:

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Graduate Course in Medicine Application

Applicants to this course must complete a Supplementary Application Form in addition to their UCAS application.

A link to to the form will be emailed to applicants following receipt of their UCAS application. The form must be submitted by 22 October (6pm).

Related documents:

PDF icon Graduate Course in Medicine: Applicant instructions
File Healthcare Experience Log

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UCAS Code 
A101
Course Duration 
Four years - MB, BChir
Colleges 

Graduate Course available at Hughes Hall, Lucy Cavendish College, St Edmund's College and Wolfson College only.

Additional notes

  • To apply for this course, you must complete a Supplementary Application Form in addition to your UCAS application (see above).
  • If you apply for both the Graduate Course in Medicine (A101) and the Standard Course in Medicine (A100), you must apply to the same College for both courses. 
  • It’s not possible to apply for deferred entry.
  • Whilst original College choice will be taken into account, you may be offered a place at any of the four admitting Colleges.
2021 Entry 
Applications per place: 15
Number accepted: 39
Open Days 2022