University of Liverpool

The ACE Care programme is a one-year intercalated BSc honours degree specifically designed for intercalating medical students and it will provide students with the opportunity to develop in depth applied knowledge, clinical practice, research skills and professional behaviours in the highly connected fields of Acute Medicine, Critical Care (including ITU Medicine), Emergency Medicine..
This course will deliver a clinical research learning and placement-based experience that encapsulates the key areas of each speciality, whilst ensuring deep understanding of the inherent linked nature of the specialties with authentic assessment.
In addition, you will develop the qualities and transferable skills necessary to make decisions in complex and unpredictable contexts; and learn how to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions in support of patent-based medicine in the ACE environment.

Entry Requirements

Successful completion of 3 years of a GMC recognised undergraduate basic medical education degree programme, with applicants in good academic and professional standing. Selection will be via a composite score which incorporates relative academic performance, evidence of proactive active engagement in one of the specialist clinical areas or student society, or charity, or sport (personal or coaching) and personal statement.

Your personal statement should explain why you want to do the programme and what it will mean for you. It should also cover your active engagement with any of the activities listed above. This should be incorporated in 1 page A4 maximum (not including transcript). Arial 11pt minimum.

Please submit your transcript and personal statement by email to