The Brunel Medical School International Scholarship is awarded to the International Students pursuing MBBS Medicine in Brunel Medical School. It is a 5-year degree in Medicine that provides students with academic knowledge, clinical skills and personal attributes which will help students to become a competent doctor.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines:
To be eligible:
- An applicant should be an International Student
- A level should achieve minimum of AAB grade to include either Chemistry or Biology, a second science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics) and a third subject (except General Studies).
- International Secondary School Qualifications: An applicant should achieve pattern of grades equivalent to AAB at ‘A’ level, to include either Chemistry or Biology and a second science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics) at the most senior level studied.
- International Baccalaureate: An applicant should achieve a total score of at least 33 points with Higher Level 6 and Higher Level 5 in either Chemistry or Biology and a second science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics).
- An applicant should achieve mathematics competence of at least Grade C in Maths GCSE (or equivalent).
- Graduate student should achieve an upper second class (2.1) degree in a subject cognate to medicine which will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Applicants who have graduated from a university outside the UK with at least an upper second class honors or equivalent will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
- Applicants currently taking Foundation Year programme in the UK or in other countries and will be considered on a case by case basis. Applicant should receive overall 70%, including 70% or above in either Chemistry or Biology; and 70% or above in a second science subject from Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics, and with no failed subjects.
- An applicant should provide English Language Proficiency: IELTS 7.0 and a native English speaker should submit at least grade C in an English subject such as GCSE.