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Applications must be made both through UCAS (online) and direct to the University (on a supplementary form): so, two forms to complete. In addition, you must register for the BMAT entrance test. Latest registration date for the test is 1st October 2016. The closing date for applications to Oxford is 15th October 2016.

  • Your UCAS form should be completed online, and must list Oxford as one of your choices: the course code for the fast-track medical course is A101 (the course title is BMBCh4). You must complete your UCAS application by 15th October 2016 for the course beginning in September 2017. If you wish to express a preference for a particular college, you should do so on your UCAS form. (You may register first and second choices for colleges on this form.)
  • Application forms for the University are available for download from this site, together with notes on how to complete your application (please follow the links on the left). The application form must be returned to the University by 6pm, 15th October 2016. (Sorry, but we can't consider applications that arrive after that date. Please note that we cannot consider applications that are incomplete: you must complete both a UCAS application and an Oxford application form.) You will also have to provide a short statement explaining why you wish to study medicine here, and why you think you are suited to medicine; and you will need three references. The Application Form (a pdf) is available from the link at the top left. Please return this form to us electronically, together with the supporting documentation described in the notes (also linked towards the top left of this page).
  • An entrance test forms part of our selection process. We will use the BMAT, details of which are available from the BMAT web site: this web site also describes the registration procedure for the test. 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. You must register for this test before you submit your application to the course. Registration for the test takes place between 1st September and 1st October, and the test will be held on 2nd November 2016.
  • Shortlisting will take place during November, and interviews will be held in Oxford in December: on Thursday and Friday, 15th and 16th December 2016. You must be available for interview on both of the dates on which you are called for interview: candidates are not admitted without interview, and it is not possible to arrange interviews at times other than those designated. Interviews start early in the mornings, and are spread over the two days, so you must be available from 8.30 a.m. on both days: you will significantly reduce your chances of gaining a place if you are unavailable on either day. Please note that this rule applies to overseas candidates, too: you must be prepared to come to Oxford for interview on these dates, and there are no exceptions.