Medicine A100 BSc (Hons) 2018 entry
Students entering Medicine at St Andrews have the unique opportunity to graduate after three years at St Andrews with a BSc Honours degree in Medicine before moving on to one of the University's partner medical schools to complete their training as a doctor and graduate with an MBChB/MBBS.
The BSc Hons in Medicine at St Andrews provides students with a thorough knowledge of the foundations of medical science, whilst developing the ethical understanding and decision making skills required by ‘Tomorrow’s Doctors’. The course provides an excellent scientific foundation for clinical practice and provides early, relevant clinical experience in a highly supportive educational environment.
The A100 degree programme offers three different course pathways for UK and EU students depending on where you intend to undertake your final three years of training after graduating from the University of St Andrews:
- Scotland route (Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow)
- England route (Manchester, London)
- No Preference route.
Applicants who are overseas for fee purposes should note that they will progress to Manchester Medical School for the final 3 years of the programme; there are no places for overseas students from St Andrews who are on the A100 at any of our other Partner Medical Schools.
Prior to entry to the course at St Andrews, prospective students should consider the different medical school options available for their final years of study. Find out more about course pathways.
Medicine at St Andrews (A100) will not be available through Clearing (UCAS). Unfortunately, there are no spare places and students who did not apply to Medicine at St Andrews by the application date will not be considered. The School of Medicine is unable to assess or respond to speculative applications.