UCAT Consortium News



New SJTace test launched for 2018 entry

Having been approached by the Universities of St Andrews and Dundee, we are now offering a standalone situational judgement test, the SJTace (SJT for Admission to Clinical Education).

The two Medical Schools, in partnership with University of the Highlands and Islands, have been chosen by the Scottish Government to run a graduate entry programme for Medicine, with the first cohort entering in 2018.

The Scottish Graduate Entry Medical Programme (ScotGEM), a 4-year programme, will be tailored to meet the contemporary and future needs of the NHS in Scotland, include training opportunities in NHS Fife, Tayside, Highland and Dumfries and Galloway and has the full support of Scottish Government.

The SJTace will be a mandatory part of the entry requirements for the new programme.

If you are an organisation interested in joining the UKCAT Consortium and using the SJTace or any of our tests as part of your admissions process please email us.


Further Information

SJTace leaflet