acceptance rate university college dublin

acceptance rate university college dublin

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Undergraduate programmes at UCD

Undergraduate programmes

Graduate entry medicine at UCD

Graduate entry medicine programme

Undergraduate

For undergraduate applicants, the acceptance rate is 25%.

For graduate students to be admitted without any conditions, the rate is 33%.

For graduate students to be admitted with conditions, the rate is 66%.

For non-degree programs that are open to everyone, the rate is 75%.

For non-degree programs that require GRE scores and/or recommendations, the rate is 80%.

For non-degree programs that require a bachelor’s degree or 4 years of university education, the rate is 85%.

For non-degree programs that require a master’s degree or professional experience, the rate is 87%.

For all three types of professional courses (diplomas/certificates), the acceptance rates are 90%, 95%, and 97%, respectively.

UCD Scholastic Aptitude Test (UCDSAT)

The UCD Scholastic Aptitude Test (UCDSAT) is a computer-based standardized test that measures your ability to read, analyze, and write about complex passages of academic material. The UCDSAT is required for all students applying to courses in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at UCD. This article covers the following topics:

  • When and how to apply for the UCDSAT
  • How to prepare for the UCDSAT
  • How to get your results

Graduate Entry Medicine

GEM is a four year programme, which affords students the opportunity to build on their previous studies and experience. Students are required to complete the same coursework as students in the traditional five year programme. GEM students have the same opportunities for electives and research as students in the traditional programme.

The curriculum is competency-based and organised around domains of competence rather than discipline-specific divisions. The MB curriculum focuses primarily on clinical competence, with additional elements of medical science, professionalism, scholarship and research competence added throughout.

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The university is monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). See the latest updates here .

The university is monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). See the latest updates here.

The University has developed a plan for resuming limited research operations and student services. Please see here for further details.

In line with Government guidelines, UCD will be closed to students from Friday 13 March until Friday 3 April 2020 inclusive.

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