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    hi .. ermm i am a student in yr 13 ... now i have to leave nex year and move onto uni .. i wanted 2 move into the medical career and i was wonderin what uni's are the best to apply for ..... i mean my predcited grades are soo far 3 A's and a B ... n e suggetsions?



    thanks alot
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    Try doing some research into the different courses, different kinds of uni and decide what suits you. Then come back and ask less general questions.
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    (Original post by 5.3.R.J.1.l)
    hi .. ermm i am a student in yr 13 ... now i have to leave nex year and move onto uni .. i wanted 2 move into the medical career and i was wonderin what uni's are the best to apply for ..... i mean my predcited grades are soo far 3 A's and a B ... n e suggetsions?



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    3 A's might just get you into Thames Valley...I hear it's good there for medicine :rolleyes:

    Seriously though, go to the medicine thread...you'll be able to get familiar with the application process and learn of some of the popular universities.
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    Check out UCAS?

    Well the obvious one seems to be Medicine, otherwise maybe Biomedical Science, Medicinal Chemistry, Medical Science... although I don't like those courses for how broad they are :rolleyes: (edit: I'm not on about Medicine Med's my second favourite!)

    I thought I wanted a medical-science related degree and had applied for: Natural Science, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Pathobiology and Medical Sciences yeh do NOT whatever you do apply to that many courses! But anyow the above are good suggestions for Medical-related stuff
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    fanx for replying ppl it's realli appreciated
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    The uni's that offer medicine are as follows (from the UCAS website):

    The University of Aberdeen (A20) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MB

    The University of Birmingham (B32) qualification

    Medicine (5 yrs) (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (Graduate Entry) (4 yrs) (A101) 4FT Hon MBChB

    Brighton and Sussex Medical School (B74) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon BMBS

    University of Bristol (B78) qualification

    Medicine - First MB/ChB (pre-medical) entry (A104) 6FT Hon MB
    Medicine - Second MB,ChB entry (5 years) (A106) 5FT Hon MB
    Medicine Graduate entry (4 years) (A101) 4FT Hon MBChB

    University of Cambridge (C05) qualification

    Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine (A101) 4FT Hon MB
    Medicine (A100) 5FT/6FT Hon MB

    University of Dundee (D65) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MB
    Medicine (Pre-medical year) (A104) 6FT Hon MB

    University of East Anglia (E14) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBBS

    The University of Edinburgh (E56) qualification

    Medicine (5 years) (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (6 years) (A104) 6FT Hon MBChB

    University of Glasgow (G28) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MB

    Hull York Medical School (H75) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBBS

    Imperial College London (University of London) (I50) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 6FT Hon MBBS/BSc

    Keele University (K12) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB

    King's College London (University of London) (K60) qualification

    Foundation Course in Natural Sciences/Medicine (A103) 6FT Hon MBBS
    Graduate/Professional Entry Programme (Medicine) (A102) 4FT Hon MBBS
    Medicine (5 years) (A100) 5FT Hon MBBS

    University of Leeds (L23) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB

    University of Leicester (L34) qualification

    Medicine (4 years) (A101) 4FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (5 years) (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB

    The University of Liverpool (L41) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (Graduate Entry) (A101) 4FT Hon MBChB

    The University of Manchester (M20) qualification

    Medicine (5 years) (A106) 5FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (6 years including preliminary year) (A104) 6FT Hon MBChB

    University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (N21) qualification

    Medicine (Accelerated Programme, Graduate Entry) (A101) 4FT Hon MBBS
    Medicine (stage 1 entry) (A106) 5FT Hon MBBS

    The University of Nottingham (N84) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon BMBS
    Medicine (Graduate Entry) (A101) 4FT Hon BMBS

    Oxford University (O33) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 6FT Hon BMBCh
    Medicine (Fast-track, Graduate Entry only) (A101) 4FT Hon BMBCh4

    Peninsula Medical School (P37) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon BMBS

    Queen Mary, University of London (Q50) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MBBS
    Medicine (Graduate Entry) (A101) 4FT Hon MBBS

    Queen's University Belfast (Q75) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Hon MB

    The University of Sheffield (S18) qualification

    Medicine (Foundation Year) (A104) 6FT Hon MBChB
    Medicine (Phase One) (A106) 5FT Hon MBChB

    University of Southampton (S27) qualification

    Medicine (5 year) (A100) 5FT Hon BM
    Medicine - Graduate entry (4 year) (A101) 4FT Hon BM

    University of St Andrews (S36) qualification

    Medicine (BSc Honours) (A100) 3FT Hon BSc

    St George's Hospital Medical School (University of London) (S49) qualification

    Medicine (A100) 5FT Ord MBBS
    Medicine (4-year Graduate Entry) (A101) 4FT Hon MBBS

    University of Wales Swansea (S93) qualification

    Medicine (A101) 4FT Hon MBBCh

    University College London (University of London) (U80) qualification

    Medicine (6 years) (A100) 6FT Hon MBBS

    The University of Warwick (W20) qualification

    Medicine MBChB (A101) 4FT Hon MBChB
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    While Trev is good at C&Ping, note that some courses on there are graduates only, which you won't be able to do. But you know which unis there are, so check out their websites!
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    While Trev is good at C&Ping, note that some courses on there are graduates only, which you won't be able to do. But you know which unis there are, so check out their websites!
    True. I should have deleted and check before I post.

    5.3.R.J.1.l - ignore the courses where it says 'graduate entry'.
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    no probz mate honestly fanx alot for replying ..... realli appreciate it
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    lol out of interest who has the most posts on TSR
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    (Original post by 5.3.R.J.1.l)
    no probz mate honestly fanx alot for replying ..... realli appreciate it
    You're welcome. I remember there is a list of uni's offering medicine in the medicine forum (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/t88300.html). In addition, it details the entrance requirements too.

    If you are interested MBChB and MBBS means the same thing (i.e. bachelor of medicine and surgery). MBChB is offered by non London universities, while MBBS usually is offered by London universities.
 
 
 
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