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Address: The Medical Sciences Division The Division comprises over 2200 academics and staff, 800 graduate students and 900 undergraduates; about 350 NHS Clinicians and GPs contribute to our teaching activities. In total over 2500 individuals are involved in research. Medical sciences research at Oxford has maintained its pre-eminent standing, as demonstrated by the results of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). Analysis of the preliminary results published in December 2008 places Oxford medical sciences research as being of the highest quality in the UK in four separate medical science disciplines. The Times Higher Education has analysed the original data provided by HEFCE and has published a league-table style analysis that ranks the quality of the research submitted to each Unit of Assessment (UoA). In this analysis, Oxford is ranked highest in the UoAs of * Cardiovascular Medicine, * Infection and Immunity, * Primary Care & Other Community Based Clinical Subjects, * Pre-clinical & Human Biological Sciences. Oxford achieved a second place ranking in the UoAs of * Psychology, * Biochemistry, * Other Laboratory Based Clinical Subjects. A three (pre-clinical) + three (clinical) -year course for: those with the necessary A-level or equivalent qualifications. graduates with a degree (including humanities). Graduates may complete this course in five years by omitting the third year. Graduates with a degree in an experimental sciences subject (please see list of qualifying degrees on our website) may alternatively apply for the shorter, four-year course. A four-year course for: graduates with a degree in an experimental sciences subject This is an intensive course, the first two years focus on the medical sciences with clinical training integrated throughout. The final two years of the course are the same as the fifth and sixth years of the six-year course. To the Pre-clinical Course (years 1 to 3) Applications are made through UCAS. The UCAS course code and title are A100 and BMBCh. The closing date for applications is mid-October (in common with all UK medical schools) and interviews are held in mid-December. All candidates, including overseas candidates, must be prepared to travel to Oxford for interview at the designated time. To the Accelerated (4-year) Course Applications are made through UCAS, with an additional set of forms sent directly to Oxford. The UCAS course code and title are A101 and BMBCh4. The closing date for applications is mid-October. The process includes a short test (the UKCAT – details available at www.ukcat.ac.uk/home/) and a set of interviews. The purpose of the test is to give us a single common point of comparison between all candidates: all candidates, including those who have poor A-level or first-degree results, or who graduated some years ago, will be on equal terms. To the Clinical Course (years 4 to 6) There is a joint admissions procedure for entry by Oxford and Cambridge pre-clinical students to the clinical schools of Oxford, Cambridge and London Universities. A common application form for candidates from Oxford or Cambridge is available from the Medical Sciences Office and must be submitted by 4 January in the intended year of admission. Further details of the admissions procedure are issued with the application form. Interviews for all candidates are held during January. Fees Six –year Course Home and EU1                                       International1 Year 1     £3,290 per annum                                    £14,000 per annum Year 2     £3,290 per annum                                    £14,000 per annum Year 3     £3,290 per annum                                    £14,000 per annum Year 4     £3,290 per annum                                   £25,500 per annum Year 5     Fee is funded in full by the NHS          £25,500 per annum Year 6     Fee is funded in full by the NHS          £25,500 per annum Four-year Course Home and EU1                                                     International1 Year 1     £3,290 per annum                                            £14,000 per annum Year 2     Fee is funded in full by the NHS                  £25,500 per annum Year 3     Fee is funded in full by the NHS                  £25,500 per annum Year 4     Fee is funded in full by the NHS                 £25,500 per annum

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