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I take it, your doing a medicine degree by the name. A medicine degree from any insitute is highly regarded, Newcastle certainly has a good medical school. I'm sure it's possible to transfer courses but you should try speaking with your tutor about this. Why is it your not sure your happy here?
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(Original post by aconfusedmedic)
Just wanted sum help dudes.

Im a 1st yr at Newcastle and im not sure im happy here. I mean i really like my m8s and the social life, but i wanna do some research work later on and wanna work abroad when i finish. Will a degree from Newcastle be highly regarded for research or workin abroad?
Can i transfer to sumwhere like london for clinicals? or transfer for intercalated yr?
I am finking of quitting and reapplyin to london or sumwhere cos i seem to fink its better (dont know y)

Help gr8ly appreciatd.
don't quit- you may not be offered another place....
speak to your tutors about transferring...
wherever you get your medicine degree from will be very highly regarded- medicine is one of the only subjects where is doesn't matter where your degree is from!!!
just keep at it
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hey

I have recently recieved an offer for Newcastle medical school, and am puuting it down as my first choice over Aberdeen and Imperial.

I have decided to do this as newcastle is highly regarded in terms of research - in fact, my father who is a GP currently has a reserach paper published from Newcastle Uni sitting on his desk.

As far as i know Newcastle offer students the option of intercalating at 2 stages throughout their course, gaining a BMedSci after completion. If you want my advice, I would say to stick with Newcastle, after all you seem to be enjoying the year and moving would be a bit of a gamble.

If you want to chat about it some more feel free to message me. Good luck - maybe see you next year!
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Stick with it - you're damned lucky to be in medicine and Newcastle is a great place to be (they rejected me :mad: ). If you're genuinely unhappy with the course, speak to a tutor or something; they'll know more about the options than we do.
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