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    University of Edinburgh Med School
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    Fair shout with Bath.

    Its probably the best academically rivaled only by the School of Oriential and African studies medical school.
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    Heard the lecturers at Bath med school are out of this world, literally.

    But seriously Cardiff cos of this -
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    (Original post by amir shah)
    the top ones are probably Imperial, Oxbridge, UCL, Kings, Durham, Barts etc.

    Tbh, medicine is medicine where ever you do it. There only about 40 medical schools in the uk, anyway. And it depends on what kind of person you are and the course being offered. for example - the Oxbridge course is quite outdated, using traditional methods of teaching, wheras newer medical schools use problem based learning

    do you want to do medicine?
    oh dear....
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    (Original post by Hippysnake)
    Why isn't it the best?
    Well I thought since it was medicine - a very competitive course - there's not much difference in medical school other than their location and style of teaching?
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    (Original post by Organ)
    oh dear....
    what?
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    (Original post by amir shah)
    what?
    just multiple cliches really - durham doesn't even have a med school ffs (its part of newcastle), calling oxbridge 'outdated', just picking london-centric schools with no justification etcetera
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    (Original post by swahmad)
    Well I thought since it was medicine - a very competitive course - there's not much difference in medical school other than their location and style of teaching?
    Obviously you haven't looked into Bath!
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    (Original post by zuzu)
    what is the best and greatest medical school in the uk - like say ucl and warwick are really good for law - where is like this for studying medicine? how would you rank - say the top five?
    UCL is top for medicine as well, but it would depend on peoples opinions... i would say UCL personally
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    (Original post by swahmad)
    Well I thought since it was medicine - a very competitive course - there's not much difference in medical school other than their location and style of teaching?
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    UCL is top for medicine as well, but it would depend on peoples opinions... i would say UCL personally
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    Obviously you haven't looked into Bath!
    Barrffff! Good for two things, rugby and MEDICINE!
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    (Original post by gozatron)
    Obviously you haven't looked into Bath!
    No. Now can someone explain to me why it's the best while I try to google it too?
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    UCL is top for medicine as well, but it would depend on peoples opinions... i would say UCL personally
    ..but there's no justification behind this! best for getting in debt perhaps

    there's no way you can claim ucl is better than say newcastle, or leeds, or dundee
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    It's Bath as in hearth, you commoners! :P
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    Bath, coz its mysterious... like Hogwarts
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    (Original post by Organ)
    just multiple cliches really - durham doesn't even have a med school ffs (its part of newcastle), calling oxbridge 'outdated', just picking london-centric schools with no justification etcetera
    Oops.


    London is cool. and the Oxbridge course is outdated and 'traditional'.
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    Some say Renal is secretly the admissions officer of Bath Medical School.
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    (Original post by Susanoo)
    In between the two. Baarrfff!!
    I also think its in between the two, but as ba-th. Not ba-ff. not ba-rff. not ba-rth!
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    (Original post by swahmad)
    No. Now can someone explain to me why it's the best while I try to google it too?
    Well, only the elite get in. Have you seen the minimum entry requirements? A*A*A*C with Step II,III at grades 1,S respectively. Its crazy but worth it. I mean graduates have the opportunity to bypass the first year of foundation training because the course is so intense.
 
 
 
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