Students from Dominican Republic applying with US qualifications will be required to reach the same levels as American applicants.
American applicants must have, or expect to obtain, certain US qualifications.
Our requirements for students with US qualifications vary by degree programme.
Other that the general requirements listed below, each course may have further specific entry requirements.
All subjects in the College of Humanities and Social Science and the College of Science and Engineering require completion of the High School Diploma, plus one of the following as a minimum requirement.
A combination of AP and SAT subject tests are acceptable provided they are in different subjects, i.e. AP French and SATS Physics is acceptable as two qualifications but AP French and SATS French is only considered once.
Entry to some degree programmes requires SAT subject tests or APs in specific subjects. These subject requirements are listed in the undergraduate prospectus. If you are unsure of the subject requirements for your chosen degree programme please contact the relevant college admissions office.
US candidates must normally have either studied APs, the International Baccalaurate (IB) or A level examinations.
3 APs all at 4 or above in Chemistry, Biology and either Maths/Physics would be required. If Physics has not been studied as part of the AP examinations, candidates must also provide evidence of a qualification at a minimum of SQA Standard Grade 2 or GCSE Grade B or equivalent in this subject.
All applicants to Veterinary Medicine will be expected to have relevant practical experience of handling animals.
Entry directly from high school will not normally be considered.
For entry to most postgraduate taught or research degrees, the minimum requirement for students from the USA is an undergraduate degree from a recognised university or college with a minimum 3.25 GPA.
Applications for graduate entry to the MBChB will be considered for the 5-year programme (A100) with:
plus, MCAT score of at least:
College leavers must apply through the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS) not through the UCAS application system. Contact VMCAS directly to apply.
This article was published on Oct 26, 2012