Medical students

Intercalated opportunities

Key facts

Total expected intake

345 (2023 entry)

Applications : Admissions ratio

11 : 1 (based on 2021 entry data)

Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2022

3rd in the world

Why choose Medicine at Imperial?

At Imperial, you'll have access to a very large and diverse patient population through our links to a wide range of National Health Service (NHS) Trusts, hospitals and clinics both in and outside London, giving you the chance to gain a variety of clinical experience from the very start of your studies.

You’ll grow and develop under the supervision of clinicians and researchers who are internationally renowned in their fields, and spend a year intensively studying a specialist subject of your choice from our 17 different pathways, including Remote Medicine, Neuroscience & Mental Health, Business, and Global Health.

You will enjoy an active community within your own student-led organisation – Imperial College School of Medicine Students’ Union.

Where could your degree take you?

You’ll graduate with the skills and knowledge to work as a junior doctor in a number of healthcare settings, and be qualified for provisional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC). As well as practising medicine, our graduates have gone on to excel in biomedical research, the pharmaceutical industry, scientific journalism, and healthcare management.

Explore our courses

Imperial College London Medicine courses:

*Apply initially for MBBS/BSc Medicine (A100)

Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine course:

*Apply through Nanyang Technological University's online application portal

Medical Biosciences courses:

Intercalated opportunities

If you are studying at another UK or Irish medical or veterinary school, you can apply to join Imperial College London for one year to join our School's integrated BSc programme.

You will join fourth-year students on our MBBS Medicine course for your chosen intercalated BSc pathway, which are listed below:

If you are an international student, transferring to a different course could have an impact on your student visa. Please visit our International Student Support webpage for further information.