Applicants are expected to have a first degree in a life science (e.g. biochemistry, biology, genetics, molecular biology), veterinary science or medicine, with a minimum of second class honours (or equivalent if undertaken overseas). All applicants should be aware that this course is becoming more popular, and it may not be possible to offer places to all eligible applicants. For the same reason, applicants will be asked to confirm their place fully within a fixed timescale, and should note that failure to do so may result in the place being offered to another candidate.
Proficiency in English
Please see separate documentation enclosed with application packs. Candidates will be notified if an English language test is required and must comply if this is indicated.
Accepted students will require vaccinations to protect against infection and to comply with the Control of Infection policies of the hospital sites where they will be studying. It is vital that students have health clearance as there will be patient contact and work with clinical specimens throughout the course. Students will be required to bring copies of any test results to check vaccination response upon arrival to College.
Further details and a questionnaire will be sent to candidates with the offer of admission.