Medicine A100 BSc (Hons) 2022 entry
Students entering Medicine at St Andrews have the unique opportunity to graduate after three years with a BSc Honours degree before moving on to one of our partner medical schools to complete their training as a doctor and graduate with an MBChB/MBBS.
The course provides students with an excellent scientific foundation for clinical practice, helps develop ethical understanding and decision making skills and provides early, relevant clinical experience in a highly supportive educational environment.
The A100 degree offers three different application routes for UK students depending on your preferred location for the final three years of training:
- Scotland route (Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow)
- England route (Manchester, London)
- No Preference route.
Applicants who are overseas for fee purposes will progress to Manchester Medical School for the final three years of training; there are no places for overseas students on the A100 at any of our other partner medical schools.
Find out more about course pathways.
The University of St Andrews as a whole was voted top in the UK for student academic experience in The National Student Survey 2021. More than 93% of St Andrews final-year students gave the University top marks for the quality of the learning and teaching experience.
“It is important to me that medicine challenges me to think about what I am learning. I like that we get exposure to a hospital setting early on in the course as well as learning the different clinical skills that are involved. The University staff are amazing people - they are kind, helpful, friendly, and they care about you.”
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