We are committed to supporting our applicants, throughout the application process and when they commence their studies with us.
All our applicants are required to declare in their UCAS application any disability or health condition. This information will not be accessible to the admissions teams during the selection process or influence admission decisions.
We follow the Welcomed and Valued guidance from the General Medical Council and if you have a disability or long-term health condition that would require additional support, including reasonable adjustments, we strongly encourage you to contact us directly as early as possible – even before sending your application. Please contact our Admissions Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Should we invite you for interview, we will ask you if there are any reasonable adjustments we should make to ensure the interview experience we provide meets your individual needs.
All candidates who firmly accept an offer from us will be sent an Occupational Health assessment form which includes health screening and immunisation. Our Occupational Health will consider whether you will need any reasonable adjustments to support you during your studies, and so that you can successfully complete the Medicine programme.
The Occupational Health assessment will also assess the impact a health condition is having on the person’s ability to practise medicine safely, which will be unique for each individual. This will follow the General Medical Council Outcomes for Graduates guidance and fitness to practise requirements. If you have any questions about fitness to practise Medicine, please contact our Admissions Team: email@example.com