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Graduate Entry into Medicine Applications

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Programme Overview

UL's BM BS Graduate Entry Medical Programme is open to graduates from any discipline. It has a highly innovative curriculum which offers students the opportunity to complete undergraduate medical training in four years in an environment specifically designed for graduate students. During your four years of study, you will be taught the basic medical and clinical sciences necessary to form the basis for postgraduate training and for a career in any branch of medicine.

Application Procedure

Applicants to the Graduate Entry into Medicine must apply through the Central Applications Office (CAO) and apply for the CAO course code LM101.

Entry Requirements

  • Candidates must hold a minimum 2.1 (second class honours, grade one) result in their first honours bachelor degree (NFQ level 8)
  • For candidates who meet this requirement, GAMSAT (Graduate Australian Medical Schools Admissions Test) will then be used as the sole instrument to select students for the programme.

Closing Date

The closing date for receipt of applications through the Central Applications Office (CAO) for applications to the Graduate Entry to Medicine (CAO Code LM101) is the 1st February.

Candidates should note that this is a restricted entry course and that applications CANNOT be considered after the 1st February.

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