The Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) is required by top schools across the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, Thailand and Malaysia for entry into a medicine or dentistry programme. Refer below for a complete list of the programs that require the BMAT including which tests dates are accepted.
All candidates applying to the following institutions are required to take BMAT.
|Institution||Course||Schools Accepting September session||Schools Accepting October session|
|Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU|| Singapore MBBS |
|Imperial College London||A100, A109|
|Keele University |
(Keele requires only ‘overseas for fees’ students to take BMAT.)
|Lancaster University||A100, A900|
|University College London||A100|
|University of Cambridge||A100|
|University of Leeds||A100, A200|
|University of Oxford ***||A100, A101, BC98|
|Brighton and Sussex Medical School *||A100 Medicine|
* Please note, international applicants (those who are not ordinarily resident in the UK or EU) to Brighton and Sussex Medical School are not required to sit BMAT.
** If you’re applying to Thai universities, please visit their websites to check application details, as nationality or other restrictions may apply.
*** University of Oxford – Medicine and BioMedical Sciences:
The University of Oxford will only accept BMAT results from the October session for A100 Medicine and BC98 Biomedical Sciences. If you are applying for either of these courses at the University of Oxford, you must take the test in October only, even if you are also applying to institutions/courses that accept September results.