Study Medicine in the UK
Medicine Application Service
Medicine courses are among the hardest and most competitive programmes for an international student to join. There are 32 medical schools in the UK to choose from and SI-UK offer specialist advice on which institution is right for you, ensuring your application stands out.
The Medicine Service assesses your academic background and ensures you are qualified to apply. We then select suitable medical schools for you to apply to, before editing your personal statement and ensuring you have sat the relevant tests, such as the UCAT or BMAT. If accepted for an interview, you will take part in interview practice with a doctor who sits on the admissions panel of a London medical school.
Learn more about entry requirements and career paths for Medicine.
"When I looked at medical schools in London, I didn't know where to start. I chose SI-UK because the consultant made me realise I could find a course that focuses on clinical skills." - Ishant, Chennai.
How we can help with your Medicine application
Advice on university choices: Any medicine course will have a high ratio of applicants to places, but some universities are more competitive than others. Medicine candidates should think not of where they would like to study but of who will have them. Some universities take more international students than others, and we can help you make the best choice.
Fill in your UCAS application form: UCAS can sometimes confuse, and filling in forms without mistakes is very important for any aspiring medicine student. Any evidence of a lack of precision or attention to detail threatens the application immediately. We will fill in your application form with total accuracy.
Personal statement editing: Much depends on what you write in your UCAS maximum of 47 lines given the ratio of one place to twenty applicants with top grades. Our editors will make every word count.
Interview practice: How medical schools choose to interview candidates varies frequently. You may face a traditional panel of doctor and layman, but are increasingly likely to have an Objectively Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) consisting of a series of short interviews. We offer interview practice with a doctor who sits on the admissions panel of a London medical school.
Study Medicine in the UK
To learn more about studying medicine in the UK, arrange your free consultation with SI-UK in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore or Pune today.