Students from India are admitted to the University with a range of qualifications: GCE A Levels, the International Baccalaureate (IB) or a foundation year.
As well as minimum requirements, students are also be expected to satisfy specific subject requirements relating to the degree to which they are applying.
Applicants to Medicine will only be considered if they have completed the required grades in GCE A Levels or the International Baccalaureate (IB).
Minimum requirements for applicants taking Indian qualifications are:
All India Senior School Certificate Examination (SSC), Indian School Certificate (ISC) Standard XII: overall 80% with three subjects at 75% including English.
All India (SSC, HSSC, SSSC, SSSC) or awarded by other state boards.
We require the Award of Certificate with five subjects at Class XII, with an overall average of 80% or above and 80% in all required subjects as stated in our prospectus, or 85% where we require a grade A at SQA Higher/GCE A level.
Advanced entry direct into Year 2 of many of our degree programmes is possible for applicants who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement in the Higher Secondary School Certificate, but only where awarded by CBSE, CISCE or West Bengal State Board.
Advanced entry is not offered for any of our Mathematics programmes or for many joint degrees, but for all other programmes, advanced entry into to Year 2 is possible.
For advanced entry applicants must achieve the award of Certificate with minimum of five subjects at Class XII, with an overall average of 85% or above and minimum 85% in all required subjects as stated in our prospectus.
Each course may have further specific entry requirements. All applicants must meet these requirements.
You can also obtain further guidance on admissions requirements from staff in the Admissions Offices.
This article was published on Mar 16, 2012