Medicine interviews for Ulster University usually start in December and run until February. These are the anticipated date ranges for 2023 entry.
Since this is a Graduate Entry Medicine programme, school-leavers cannot apply to this course. As such, there are no A-Level minimum entry requirements.
A minimum of a C or 4 in GCSE English Language and Mathematics are required to be considered for entry. As well as this, a minimum of a 2:1 Honours degree is required.
All applicants must sit the GAMSAT examination, obtaining a required total score as well as a score of at least 50 in each section.
Those who meet the above requirements will be invited to an MMI interview.
Ulster begins to send interview invitations on a rolling basis from late November onwards.
Ulster University uses the MMI (Multiple Mini Interviews) format for their Medicine interviews. There are usually 8 MMI stations, each with a different focus.
As exceptions, for 2021 and 2022 entry, MMIs were adapted and held online. Ulster anticipates that interviews will be held in-person at the Magee campus for 2023 entry.
International applicants should also be prepared to attend an interview.
At Ulster University, the following topics are often covered in interview questions:
Sample Medicine interview questions at Ulster might include:
The decision of an offer will be based on performance at interview.
For useful feedback on where candidates tended to perform well and less well in MMIs for 2021 entry at Ulster, see this page.
Ulster usually gives out offers within a month of the interview date.
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