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The 4-year MMBS programme is open to graduates from a wide range of science and non-science backgrounds.

You will be part of a cohort of students that have a wide range of experience and skills, making this an exciting and stimulating entry route into the medical profession.

Upon graduation you will be awarded a primary medical qualification, an MBBS degree, which enables you to start work as a medical practitioner in the UK.

The award of the final degree by Ulster University will be subject to satisfying the GMC’s rigorous quality assurance programme.

In the unlikely event that Ulster did not satisfy the GMC’s rigorous quality assurance programme the final degree would be awarded by our partner Medical School, St George’s, University of London.

Entry to this course will require you to make a substantial commitment to study medicine but with commitment, motivation and hard work comes a lifetime’s reward!

Doctors must take a broad approach to their patients, which requires a sound understanding of biomedical, psychological and social sciences; and the ability to apply these holistically to patient care.

Applicants with non-science backgrounds bring unique and important skills and experience to bear both to their studies and their eventual care of patients, and therefore we welcome applications from people with a diverse range of backgrounds.

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Graduate Entry Medicine

Learn more about studying MBBS Medicine.

Medical Education Scholarships

Open to eligible students on our Graduate Entry Medicine programme, applying for 2023 entry.

Questions and Answers

The most popular questions answered in one place.

Partner Medical School

Ulster is working closely with St George’s, University of London as our partner medical school.

Student Reviews

Hear from our MBBS students on their experience of studying Graduate Entry Medicine at UU.