How to study medicine in Europe in eight steps

Join Queen Mary, Malta Campus and study medicine in Europe

So, you’ve decided you want to embark on a medical degree at Queen Mary, Malta Campus. That means you’re only eight steps away from studying medicine in Europe. Here’s all you need to know, from what you need to include in your application to how to prepare for your interview. See you in the sunshine!

1

COMPETE YOUR UCAT

Take your UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) before sending your application, by 31 July in the year the course starts. Two UCAT sessions are available, autumn and summer. Submit your application form and any relevant documents, such as academic transcripts or certificates and your UCAT scoresheet. Supply details of one referee, an academic or professional. The University will be in direct contact with your referee.

2

APPLY FOR MEDICINE AT QUEEN MARY, MALTA CAMPUS

Submit your application form and any relevant documents, such as academic transcripts or certificates and your UCAT scoresheet. Provide details of one referee, an academic or professional. The University will be in direct contact with your referee. You will be contacted by the University in a couple of weeks should further information be needed.

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SEND YOUR ASSESSMENT

Admissions will assess your application based on actual or predicted grades, UCAT if given, references and personal statement. Admissions will be in touch should they require any further information.

4

PREPARE FOR YOUR INTERVIEW

A 20-minute interview will be conducted via Zoom. The interview will include comments and questions on a pre-read article.

5

WAIT FOR YOUR MBBS OFFER

If you are successful at interview stage, you will receive an offer to study with us (usually within two weeks following the interview). Offers will be either conditional on pending grades, or unconditional if all requirements have been met.

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ACCEPT AND WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION

Return your acceptance documentation to the admissions department and pay your deposit. Conditional offers are ‘confirmed’ or made unconditional once you have received the necessary grades or supplied outstanding information. Unconditional offer holders must complete the Occupational Health and Police Clearance/DBS checks needed prior to starting the course.

7

APPLY FOR A VISA

Non-EU students require a visa to live and study in Malta. More information on student visas is available here but contact us with any issues and we may be able to help.

8

FLY TO MALTA AND ENROL

We’ll be in touch about arrival dates. Once here, present your original ID documents and prepare for induction week, where you’ll receive your timetable and start classes.