1. Apply now via UCAS
For the 1-year Pre-Med (CertHE in Medical Science) its: UCAS: Course Code J13L, institution code M61.
For the 2-year BSc.(Hons) in Biomedical Science its: UCAS: Course Code: 1S17, institution code M61.
Applications for our 1-year Medical Foundation course must be made directly to us, outside of UCAS, using method 2 shown below.
Applications are processed via UCAS in the usual way. We ask all UCAS applicants to take a look at our fees page, as our fee structure is different from other universities.
Student Finance from The Student Loans Company is NOT currently available for any of our courses, so we advise applicants to take this into consideration before making an application.
2. Apply now outside of UCAS: Application Form
Medipathways aims to respond to all applications within ten working days. If you do not receive a response then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently unable to consider applicants from non-EU countries that require a visa to study in the UK.
Our Application Process can be seen by clicking here. We interview all suitable applications in person or by phone/Skype.
To be able to fully prepare for our interview, please read these tips Generic Interview Instructions.
Full details on our admissions process are contained within our Admissions & Recruitment Policy. All offers made are in to be considered in conjunction with our Enrollment Terms & Conditions, which are available on request and will accompany any offers made. Students will be informed of any changes to our admissions procedures. Should you be unhappy with a decision made by our Admissions Committee, you may submit an appeal by following the instructions on this form.
We adopt an inclusive approach to all recruitment and admissions processes, and welcome applications from all. More information can be found in our Equality and Diversity Policy and in our Disability Policy.
Any questions? Please call us on: 0207 409 5276 or send a message via the website’s contact form.
We reserve the right to withdraw a programme in the very unlikely event of having insufficient applications.