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Study Medicine In Uk

Melissa Said:

what should I do to study medicine in the UK?

We Answered:

You need to apply through UCAS. This is their page for international students, you should it helpful. http://www.ucas.ac.uk/students/wheretost… Be aware that fees for international students tend to be much higher than they are for home students.

Erik Said:

which University will be good if you want to study medicine in UK? and, is there any scholarship available?

We Answered:

There are many prestigious universities in the UK that offer high-quality medicine courses.

The Times and Guardian online university guides rank universities by course, as well as general quality, and are regarded quite highly.

Guardian link - http://browse.guardian.co.uk/education?S…

The Times link - http://extras.timesonline.co.uk/tol_gug/…

You can also check out www.unistats.co.uk for more rankings. To search for medicine courses from all universities in the UK, go to www.UCAS.com where you should be able to find out all the information you need, as well as guidelines for international students like yourself.

Ernest Said:

How to Study Medicine in the UK?

We Answered:

?yes?

Billy Said:

Is this path good to study medicine in the uk?

We Answered:

YOu apply for medicine after A levels.

Your idea is madness!

Jamie Said:

Where is the best place to study medicine in the UK.?

We Answered:

I have always thought that Cambridge and Oxford would be the best places to study medicine.

You can also check this link to see a list of 20 best places to study medicine:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/displayPopu…

Nelson Said:

what are the requirements for a foreigner to study medicine in the UK?

We Answered:

Well for a start your English grammar would let you down. From what you wrote there. If English is not your first language then an alternative to the GCSE or O-level may be offered (eg TOEFL or IELTS) - please read the Information Sheet about acceptable alternative qualifications. If English is your first language then only GCSE (or O-level) English language at grade B will satisfy our criteria

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