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Veterinary Medicine

Entry requirements for Veterinary Medicine You may enter up to four veterinary medicine/science courses in your UCAS application. Your remaining choice can be used for an alternative course without prejudice to your commitment to veterinary medicine. ‘Science/mathematics subjects’ refers to Biology/Human Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. It does not include Psychology. GCSEs • Grade C or above in GCSE (or equivalent) Double Award Science and Mathematics. • Two single awards in GCSE Biology and Physics may be substituted for Double Award Science. AS and A Levels • AS or A Level passes in Chemistry and two of Biology/Human Biology, Physics, Mathematics. At least one pass must be at A Level. • Most applicants have at least three science/mathematics A Levels and some Colleges require this and/or particular subjects. See College websites for details. Please note that in the past three admissions rounds, 95 per cent of applicants for Veterinary Medicine offered three or more science/mathematics A Levels and, of these, 25 per cent were successful in obtaining a place. Of the five per cent of applicants who offered only two science/mathematics A Levels, none were successful in gaining a place.

International Baccalaureate The GCSE and AS/A Level subject requirements also apply to the IB. • Individual Middle Years Programme subject results validated by the IB at grade 4 or above will satisfy the GCSE requirements. • Standard Level subjects will satisfy AS Level subject requirements, and Higher Level subjects will satisfy A Level subject requirements. Other examination systems See p143-5 and consult any College Admissions Tutor for further advice. Admissions test All Colleges require applicants to take the Bio-Medical Admissions Test (BMAT, Applicants are responsible for registering for the BMAT by 1 October 2015, and will take the test on 4 November 2015. Graduate entry Graduates may apply as an affiliated student (see p33) to one of Lucy Cavendish, St Edmund’s or Wolfson Colleges with: • a good Honours degree (II.1 or above, science subjects are desirable) • passes at GCSE and AS/A Levels (or equivalent), as left

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Open days 2015 2 July, 3 July – booking required, see the Department website College open days (sciences) Cambridge Open Days – 2 July, 3 July (see p147)

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University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus 2016 Entry  

University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus 2016 Entry