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    (Original post by Accalia)
    Well, I'm not sure, but you should look to Scotland. Scottish students don't have to pay tuition fees, and anyone not a Scottish resident pays a lot less for tuition compared to someone at an English university. Although medicine is pretty pricey already, so it might be the same.
    Doesn't apply to International students.
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    not london. that should reduce costs substantially.


    try northern cities and towns- newcastle, liverpool, keele, lancaster etc.
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    not london. that should reduce costs substantially.


    try northern cities and towns- newcastle, liverpool, keele, lancaster etc.
    Keele is £102,000 for the fees. Medicine is going to be really expensive everywhere I would have thought, it'll just be cheaper with living expenses.
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    obviously lol, yes, the OP is totally aware of that three years ago.

    going north is def a start though.
 
 
 
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