Foundation Year

Foundation Year

A foundation year is designed to prepare you for a medical degree, they can be standalone or integrated.

Who are they for?

Foundation years can be used if you have a good academic background, but not a huge amount of science education, or they can be for individuals who don't meet the entry requirements for the standard 5-year course. Often widening participation criteria need to be met to be eligible to apply.

Medical Schools with an Integrated Foundation Year (6 year course before intercalation)

University of Bristol

What you need to know:

A widening participation initiative for UK students who fulfil specific criteria and wish to apply for a clinical programme. This course is open to applicants from specific schools and colleges in the UK only and/or to those who have spent 3 months or more in care.

Student Experience


What you need to know:

Standalone Foundation Years

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