Oxford University announces Accelerated Medical Course admissions
Oxford University, UK invites applications for its accelerated medical course from graduates who are trained in applied or experimental sciences. The accelerated medical course is a four year course which emphasizes on academic medicine with a clinical context. The University of Oxford Accelerated Medical Course aims at students who plan to pursue a career that combines clinical practice with medical research.
The Oxford University Accelerated Medical Course programme structure:
The Oxford University Accelerated Medical Course is a four-year course.
- The first two years cover both basic medical science and clinical skills.
- The first year concentrates on science, taught within a clinical context but with a brief introduction to clinical practice.
- The second year concentrates on clinical teaching with a smaller science component.
- The final two years are shared with the six-year course. Students are integrated into the clinical course and take the same final exams as candidates on the six-year course.
Admission requirements for the Oxford University Accelerated Medical Course:
- Applicant must have at least two Science A levels or equivalent and a good first degree result.
- Commitment towards medicine
- Applicants must possess a personality suitable for medicine.
How to apply for the Oxford University Accelerated Medical Course:
Candidates need to apply through two forms.
- Online on Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
- Direct to the University on a supplementary form.
Candidates also need to register for the BioMedical Admissions Test (BMAT) entrance test.
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Oxford University Accelerated Medical Course admission application deadlines:
- Deadline for registering for BMAT: 1st October 2013
- Deadline for application to Oxford (via UCAS or direct): 15th October 2013
For more information, contact:
Graduate Entry Admissions
Medical Sciences Office
John Radcliffe Hospital
Oxford OX3 9DU