Welcome to our 2020 virtual open day

Welcome to the School of Medicine at Keele University. We're sorry that we can't meet you in person today but hope that the information we're providing on our ‘virtual open day’ will help you to make an informed choice about your future. Please get in touch with any questions. You can email, call us, contact us on social media, or chat to our staff and students to find out more.

PRIMARY, COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL CARE COURSES

Please visit our course pages below for further information on our Primary, Community and Social Care courses, and the employability prospects they provide:

SCHOOL MERGER

On 1st August 2020 the School of Medicine and the School of Primary, Community and Social Care merged together into one School of Medicine. This will generate many advantages including the reputational enhancement which will come from bringing together a school with a very strong multidisciplinary research and educational portfolios and another with excellent educational metrics and the improved student experience that will result. Professor Christian Mallen will lead the newly formed school as the Head of School. He said that he is looking forward to "realising the many positive benefits that the merger will bring".

How to Apply

Find out more about our entry criteria from our How To Apply webpages.
Find out about the interview process from our Multi Mini Interview (MMI) webpage and movie.

Entry requirements for 2022 entry will be available from April 2021.

Candidates have the choice to sit the UCAT test either at home using Pearson VUE’s online proctoring service (OnVUE) or (as in the past) at a Pearson VUE Test Centre. Visit the website at: https://www.ucat.ac.uk/ucat/ucat-2020-update/ or download the PDF below for more information.

Download the UCAT 2020 Key Information Leaflet (330 KB)

Charlotte's experience of the MBChB at Keele

Evie's experience of Social Work at Keele

A day in the life of Mustafa

Medicine Student Life Talk by Emily

Toni | Our F1 doctor

MBChB and Social Work student profiles