skip to content

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.

 

Container

Course Film

Graduate Course in Medicine Application

Applicants to this course must complete a Graduate Course in Medicine application (by 22 October 2021) in addition to their UCAS application.

File Applicant instructions
File Reference Form
File Healthcare Experience Log

Zoom interviews

Guidance for applicants being interviewed for the CGCM course in February 2022:

Fact File

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 Graduate Course in Medicine application 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