Many applicants find the application forms, selection tests and interviews required for admission to medical school daunting. This section explains how to apply for our Medicine courses and how we assess each part of your application.
We want to admit the best students just as much as you want to go to the best university. Your application and interview will enable you to show us how good you are!
It is also very important that you choose a medical school that is a good fit for your personality and your preferred way of learning. We therefore encourage you to take a good look at our programmes and the way in which we teach before making your UCAS application.
All applications for 2024 entry or deferred entry must be submitted through UCAS by 16 October 2023 at 18:00 (UK time). It is not possible for us to consider late applications.
Receipt of applications to the six-year MBChB with Foundation Year (UCAS code A104), the five-year MBChB (A106) and the Graduate Entry (Medicine) (A101) courses will be acknowledged by The University of Manchester's Central Admissions Office.
You should read through these pages carefully before you submit your application. The answers to some of the most frequently asked questions are already available on our FAQs page.
If you have any questions that aren't answered here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completing the UCAS form
Learn about what we want to see in your UCAS form.
Read about the University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) test and how we assess your performance.
Non-Academic Information Form
Find out how to complete our online Non-Academic Information Form.
Learn about our interview process and what we look for in candidates.
Decision and feedback
Read about how we make our final decision and how you can request feedback on your application.
Widening access to Medicine
Learn about widening participation activities encouraging pupils to apply to Medicine courses.