Results for Undergraduate Medical technology Courses

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University of Leeds

UCAS points

54 - 128

University League Table

16th

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

3rd

University of Exeter

UCAS points

120 - 141

University League Table

19th

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

12th

University of Liverpool

UCAS points

120 - 144

University League Table

21st

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

8th

King's College London, University of London

UCAS points

93 - 136

University League Table

22nd

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

7th

Cardiff University

UCAS points

112 - 120

University League Table

26th

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

11th

University of Leicester

UCAS points

120 - 141

University League Table

29th

City, University of London

UCAS points

112 - 120

University League Table

40th

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

26th

Swansea University

UCAS points

120

University League Table

42nd

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

14th

Ulster University

UCAS points

120

University League Table

44th

Medical Technology & Bioengineering League Table

17th

Studying Medical Technology

Search through undergraduate Health and Medicine degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Broadly, Medicine is the scientific practice of diagnosing, treating and preventing disease. Medical professionals include doctors, nurses, surgeons and physicians. Medical school courses are highly competitive to get onto, where courses often last four or more years and involve a lot of practical learning. Options include medical sciences, infectious diseases, healthcare science, biochemistry with molecular medicine, and surgery.