Certain Medical Schools allow candidates to reapply for their Medicine programmes. This table lists their policies – but for the most accurate, up-to-date information, you should always contact the Med School directly and check with them.
|Medical School||Can You Reapply?|
|Brighton & Sussex||Yes|
|Hull & York||Yes|
|Kent and Medway||Yes|
|King's College London||Yes|
|UCL (University College London)||Yes|
|University of Central Lancashire||Yes|
If you’ve applied to Medicine before, you still need to register with UCAS again. The username and password you previously used won’t work, so you’ll need to create a new account.
The rest of the application process is the same – you need to submit a Personal Statement, fill in your details and select your Medical School choices. When making your choices, always double-check which Med Schools allow reapplications, because you don’t want to waste an application choice!
Don’t forget to update your Personal Statement from last year, e.g. with any new work experience or volunteering experience you now have and with information on how you have made the most of your year out. If you’re resitting any A-Levels, remember to update your details with your new predicted A-Level grades.
If you didn’t get into Medical School last time, you’ll naturally want to improve your application and boost your chances of getting in this time. Some universities, like St Andrews, UCL and Leicester, specifically ask that reapplicants show new evidence of improvement in their application.
Ways of improving your application could include:
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