Selection Procedure (A100)
There are two stages:
- UCAS written application
Supplementary information should not be provided unless requested.
The Written Application:
The UCAS form should include a clear and concise personal statement outlining your ambitions and experiences. Medical work experience is not essential but you should be able to demonstrate that you have undertaken some kind of work where you are able to communicate with the public.
The format of the interviews is multiple mini-interviews (MMI). Should you be invited for an interview at the Leicester Medical School, they will take place during the following weeks:
10 - 17 December 2013
27 - 30 January 2014
18 and 19 February 2014
We reserve the right to alter our interview dates.
On the day of the interview you will have an opportunity to tour the Leicester Campus with a current student who will tell you about the social life, accommodation, etc.
After the interview the selectors will examine the UCAS forms and interview reports. On the basis of a thorough consideration of these, one of three decisions will be made:
- Offer (which will be conditional if you have not yet taken your examinations)
- Hold (the possibility of an offer still remains)
We aim to make offers as soon as possible after the interview. However, if you do not receive an early offer, this does not necessarily mean you have been rejected.
You can download the Selection Procedure Regulations document here