Last Updated on July 31, 2023 by Oluwajuwon Alvina
The Cardiff University School of Medicine (Welsh: Ysgol Feddygaeth Prifysgol Caerdydd) is the medical school of Cardiff University and is located in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Founded in 1893 as part of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, it is the older of the two medical schools in Wales.
It is one of the largest medical schools in the United Kingdom, employing nearly 500 academic and 300 support staff; and with over 1000 undergraduate and 1100 postgraduate students enrolled on medical and scientific courses. The school has an annual financial turnover of over £50 million, of which nearly half comes from competitive external research funding. The school is based at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
We combine progressive healthcare education and patient care with world-class research and outstanding teaching facilities in order to help you to become the very best doctor you can be
|About this course
- This course is appropriate for students who have been unable to meet the requirements for entry into the five-year course
- The program initially focuses on preparing students for learning in higher education and building a platform for integrated clinical sciences
- This program is delivered in the classroom, practical classes, lectures, and the virtual learning environment
- The program emphasizes the importance of learning science in the clinical context and the central place of the patient in a doctor’s work
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Cardiff university medicine fees
Fees & ExpensesPoundINR1st year tuition fees
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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Pound = INR 103.36|
Tuition & expenses were last updated on 24ᵗʰ August 2020
Cardiff university school of medicine entry requirements
|Entry requirements for this course
|82%Applicants should have an average of 82%- 85% in the top 4 subjects (not including Physical Education) in the Senior Secondary School Certificate (Standard XII) OR successful completion of one or more years of undergraduate study at a recognized university in India (to be decided on a case-by-case basis by academic schools)Required Subject: 80% in Science Practical
|IELTS : 7Overall with a minimum of 7.0 in speaking & Minimum of 6.5 in all other subskillsPTE : 70Overall with a minimum of 70 in speaking & Minimum of 62 in all other communicative skills
|Recommendation from a teacher, adviser or professional who knows you academically is requiredAcademic TranscriptsPersonal Statement required of 4000 characters, which should answers the questions below:Why you are applying – your ambitions and what interests you about the subject, course providers and higher educationWhat makes you suitable – any relevant skills, experience or achievements gained from education, work or other activitiesWhy you want to study in the UKYour English language skills and any English courses or tests you’ve takenWhy you want to be an international student rather than study in your own countryApplicants may be interviewed
- GCSE. Grade B or grade 6 in GCSE English Language.
- IELTS (academic) At least 7.0 overall with a minimum of 7.0 in speaking and a minimum of 6.5 in all other subskills. …
- TOEFL iBT. …
- PTE Academic. …
- Trinity ISE II/III. …
- Other accepted qualifications.
Cardiff university medicine fees for international students
medical fees: the tuition fee for the five-year MBBCH programme is £33,000 per year and is fixed for the duration of the course. The fee for MBBCH with a preliminary year programme is charged at £20,950 for year one and will rise to £33,000 per year for years 2-6
Swansea university medicine entry requirements
MD: Applicants for MD must normally hold a Bachelor of Medicine or Surgery undergraduate degree at 2.1 level. See – Country-specific Information for European Applicants and Country-specific Information for European Applicants.
IELTS 6.5 Overall (with no individual component below 5.5) or Swansea University recognised equivalent. Full details of our English Language policy, including certificate time validity, can be found here.
As well as academic qualifications, Admissions decisions may be based on other factors, including (but not limited to): the standard of the research synopsis/proposal, performance at interview, intensity of competition for limited places, and relevant professional experience.
As standard, two references are required before we can progress applications to the College/School research programme Admissions Tutor for consideration.
Applications received without two references attached are placed on hold, pending receipt of the outstanding reference(s). Please note that any protracted delay in receiving the outstanding reference(s) may result in the need to defer your application to a later potential start point/entry month, than what you initially listed as your preferred start option.
You may wish to consider contacting your referee(s) to assist in the process of obtaining the outstanding reference(s) or alternatively, hold submission of application until references are sourced. Please note that it is not the responsibility of the University Admissions Office to obtain missing reference(s) after our initial email is sent to your nominated referee(s), requesting a reference(s) on your behalf.
The reference can take the form of a letter on official headed paper, or via the University’s standard reference form. Click this link to download the university reference form.
Alternatively, referees can email a reference from their employment email account, please note that references received via private email accounts, (i.e. Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail) cannot be accepted.
References can be submitted to [email protected].