A-levels: AAAb to include Biology and Chemistry at Advanced Level and excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking
Scottish Highers: 370 points from 18
units with both Biology and Chemistry
at minimum Advanced Higher A grade
International Baccalaureate: 36
points with both Biology and Chemistry at minimum grade 6 at
BSMS requires all applicants to sit the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT).
Applying for any medical degree is a complex process. In this section you’ll find everything you need to know to have the best chance of a successful application to BSMS.
The obvious place to start is to check our entry requirements. But you have to think beyond grades too. We want to see how committed you are to medicine, which means your personal statement and interview are also crucial.
Another key factor is the financial side of things. You need to be aware of the fees and living costs and how you’re going to finance five years of study here.
To find out what living and studying at BSMS is like, do come along to one of our Open Days, which include tours of the Anatomy Laboratory and the Clinical Skills Unit. You can also speak to teachers and students and pick up many useful tips and insights.