School of Medicine
Total expected intake
322 (2018 entry)
Applications : Admissions ratio
7.3 : 1 (for 2015 entry)
Research Excellence Framework
Joint 3rd in the UK in clinical medicine based on proportion of world leading research
About the School
Imperial’s Faculty of Medicine is one of the largest in Europe, with medical campuses across north and west London.
The School of Medicine is responsible for undergraduate teaching within the Faculty of Medicine.
We have excellent links to, and partnerships with, a wide range of National Health Service (NHS) Trusts, hospitals and clinics both in and outside of London. This access to a large and diverse patient population enables our students to gain clinical experience from the very start of their studies.
Our teaching is underpinned by clinical expertise and internationally competitive research. It also draws upon a wide range of teaching from colleagues within the Faculty of Medicine and in other departments at Imperial. This ensures that our graduates have the fullest opportunity to acquire the scientific knowledge, clinical skills, professional attitude and personal values required for the care of patients in the NHS, and for research.
Developing key non-clinical skills in areas such as communication, medical ethics and law, and information technology is a core part of the student experience.
Imperial College London courses:
- MBBS/BSc Medicine 6 years (UCAS code A100)
- MBBS Graduate Medicine 5 years (A109)
- MBBS/PhD Medicine 8/9 years*
*Apply initially for MBBS/BSc Medicine (A100) or MBBS Graduate Medicine (A109)
Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine course:
- Five-year MBBS at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore*
If you are studying at another UK or Irish medical or veterinary school, you can apply to join Imperial College London for one year to join our School's integrated BSc programme.
You will join fourth-year students on our MBBS Medicine course for your chosen intercalated BSc pathway, which are listed below:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Cardiovascular Sciences
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Global Health
- Humanities, Philosophy and Law
- Immunity and Infection
- Neuroscience and Mental Health
- Reproductive and Developmental Sciences
- Respiratory Science
- Surgery and Anaesthesia
If you are an international student, transferring to a different course could have an impact on your Tier 4 visa. Please visit our International Student Support webpage for further information.