Queen Mary University of London MBBS Malta Scholarships
We are offering scholarships for our Queen Mary Malta course in Medicine. These scholarships will be awarded on academic merit.
In order to be considered for a scholarship, you will need to have completed an MBBS Malta course application in addition to this form.
Am I eligible to apply?
To be eligible to apply for the scholarships you must:
- Submit a completed MBBS Malta
- Submit a completed scholarship application by Saturday 30 June 2018.
The scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis and are open to all candidates. They are also awarded proportionately, depending on numbers of applications from undergraduate and graduate entry students.
All scholarships will be awarded based on applicants’ performance in the following measures:
- UCAS tariff points or international equivalent (50%)
- UKCAT score (50%)
The units of assessment will be weighted as outlined above using the score the candidate achieves in each of the two criteria.
Graduates who meet the minimum academic criteria will be ranked against the other graduate applicants applying in that year according to 50:50 weighting applied to the UKCAT score and academic ability as measured using a points weighting of degree classification or postgraduate degrees.
In the event of a tie between candidates, the scholarship selection panel may, at its discretion, refer to the candidates' scores at interview and answers to Question 3 of the scholarship application form to reach a decision to award the scholarship(s).
Once a student has been awarded the scholarship and started the course it will be retained by the student until the end of their programme, assuming they meet the necessary criteria to progress through the course each year, i.e. they fulfil the examination and professional requirements.
Application and awarding process
Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis. To qualify, applicants will need to meet the minimum requirements listed below:
- UK A Level AAB or equivalent; graduates: upper second class hounours (2:1) degree or equivalent,
- If taken in 2017 a minimum total UKCAT score of 2331
- IELTS 7.0.
Scholarships may be awarded on a conditional basis, subject to the student meeting the terms of the academic offer when exam results are announced.
Students will be assessed for their suitability to be awarded a scholarship by a panel comprising of the Dean for Education, the Deputy Dean for Education (Malta) and two people external to QMUL
- Students can apply for the scholarship at any point, even if they have already been interviewed and offered a place.
- Scholarships for the first round will be awarded on 9 July 2018 once we have received all UKCAT scores and the majority of International qualifications (IB, CBSE etc).
- Scholarships can be awarded to outstanding students who meet the criteria to receive an unconditional offer before this date.
- Unconditional scholarship awardees will be expected to accept the offer within two weeks by making a deposit payment.
- Conditional scholarship awardees will be expected to accept an offer within one week of becoming unconditional by making a deposit payment.
- In the event of an individual who has been offered a scholarship on a conditional basis failing to meet those conditions, the candidate may still be offered a place, but the offer of a scholarship may be withdrawn.
- Scholarships cannot be deferred.
Steps from application to scholarship award
- Apply for the MBBS Malta
- Apply for the Scholarship
- Be shortlisted for interview or rejected dependent on strength of application
- Attend an interview either in person or via Skype
- Student considered for scholarship by panel if interview was successful
- Student informed of offer of admission to MBBS and outcome of scholarship application if a decision on this has been made by the panel at this point
- Student informed of scholarship application outcome and provided a deadline by which to accept scholarship offer by making deposit payment.
When will I know the outcome of my scholarship application?
Scholarships will be awarded by Monday 9 July 2018. A small number will be deferred, to be awarded later over the summer.
Those accepting a scholarship are agreeing to take part in a range of promotional activities to support the university; as a scholar, you will be expected to:
- Provide a student profile of yourself which may be used on the university website;
- Attend a scholars reception;
- Assist at a maximum of three events organised by your School or the Directorate of Marketing and Communications. Such events may include photoshoots or filming events; meeting visitors from schools, universities or overseas embassies; assisting at Open Days or other recruitment events;
As a student at university, it is understood that your studies must be your highest priority, so, where possible, events will be arranged so that they do not interfere with lectures. Naturally, events will not be arranged during examinations.