Medicine - Graduate Entry

University College Dublin


Course Name Medicine - Graduate Entry
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code DN401
Course Type Higher Education CAO
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Honours Bachelor (Level 8 NFQ)  More info... Major National University of Ireland Level 8 NFQ
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Attendance Options Full time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Belfield
Qualification Letters MB, BCh, BAO (Hons)
Duration 4 years
Mature Applicants

Expand+Entry Requirements
Minimum grade of second-class honours, grade 1 (2.1) in first Honours Bachelor’s degree (NFQ Level 8). The degree can be in any discipline.

All applicants will be required to submit a current GAMSAT score. Places are awarded...

Higher Education Access Route HEAR Web Page - Click Here
Disability Access Route to Education DARE Web Page - Click Here
Recognition of Prior Learning RPL Web Page - Click Here
Number of Places Places 77
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CAO Application Dates and Fees

Expand+Early online application (discounted): Fee €30 Closing Date: 20 January 2020 at 5:15pm

Normal online application: Fee €45 Closing Date: 1 February 2020 at 5:15pm

Late online application - restrictions apply (see page 3 2020 CAO Handbook): F...

Course Content

Expand+Why is this course for me?
UCD Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM) provides an innovative, science-driven and patient-centred curriculum, delivered by world-class educators in state-of-the-art facilities.

The main hospitals associated with our programm...

Subjects Taught

Expand+What will I study?

First & Second Year
In the first semester, you’ll take a series of modules that introduce the application of medical science to the study of biological systems and disease. You’ll also learn the clinical skills needed for t...

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Careers or Further Progression Career & Graduate Study Opportunities
Graduates of the School have achieved worldwide recognition in clinical practice, research and healthcare leadership. Upon graduation, you must complete one year as an intern to gain full registration with the Irish Medical Council. You may then pursue training towards a career in a wide variety of specialties, in diverse settings, including hospitals and primary care facilities, or laboratory-based diagnosis and research.
Further Enquiries UCD Health Sciences Programme Office
C134, 1st Floor Health Sciences Centre
Belfield, Dublin 4
+353 1 716 6656
Course Web Page Web Page - Click Here
Points History
Year Points
2019 59 #* (Not all on this points score were offered places AND Test / Interview / Portfolio / Audition)
2018 58 #* (Not all on this points score were offered places AND Test / Interview / Portfolio / Audition)
2017 59 #* (Not all on this points score were offered places AND Test / Interview / Portfolio / Audition)