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Hi everyone, I know that some universities allow the Biomedical Sciences students to transfer to Medicine (although it is really competitive) such as Newcastle - does anyone know any more universities which does this?

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Hi everyone, I know that some universities allow the Biomedical Sciences students to transfer to Medicine (although it is really competitive) such as Newcastle - does anyone know any more universities which does this?

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Both the University of Sussex and University of Brighton offer the chance to transfer to Brighton and Sussex Medical school at either year 1 or year 3. However, there are many requirements such as having taken the UKCAT in the last summer, having at least 6 months of professional experience at the time, be on target for at least a 2.1 if not a first and pretty much 100% attendance,
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Also Leicester from all the Biomedical Science Courses. Idk anything about terms and such though.
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Hi everyone, I know that some universities allow the Biomedical Sciences students to transfer to Medicine (although it is really competitive) such as Newcastle - does anyone know any more universities which does this?

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Sheffield have introduced the option too if you are outstanding at Biomed. Bradford do with the transfer to Leeds uni. Birmingham uni I think also give you the option to transfer.
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Thanks guys!
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Do you know if Queen Mary does the same thing?


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St George's does but you have to be reaaaaaally good.
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Do you know if Queen Mary does the same thing?


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Yes but it's very competitive.
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Hey guys, I have received an interview for Bradford clinical sciences today, and I have an offer from st George's boimed, I want some advice on which one would you confirm, as I am thinking of study grad or transferring to medicine?
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Hey guys, I have received an interview for Bradford clinical sciences today, and I have an offer from st George's boimed, I want some advice on which one would you confirm, as I am thinking of study grad or transferring to medicine?
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Bradford have a greater number of students transferring to Medicine per year, St Georges is the better university and has the better biomedicine course though
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hi guys
i did not get into clinical science in bradford uni but they offered me a biomedical course which should i go for as i dont know which is the best one to get into medicine which is what i really want to do but i couldn't because i did a BTEC in applied science
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Yes but it's very competitive.
hey, do you know if queen mary allows for transfers after year1 or is it only after completion of the whole course?
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hey, do you know if queen mary allows for transfers after year1 or is it only after completion of the whole course?
Sorry for the delay. You have to finish the whole course
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no problem, thanks for the reply, yeah that's what I thought too lol
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Does Manchester or Liverpool do anything like this? x
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Arriving almost a year late to the party. Does University of Bradford allow a transfer to the University of Leeds from Biomedical Science or just their Clinical Science degree?
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Arriving almost a year late to the party. Does University of Bradford allow a transfer to the University of Leeds from Biomedical Science or just their Clinical Science degree?
just clinical science! :P and only if you do the foundation year, for which you have to fulfil some widening participation criteria
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just clinical science! :P and only if you do the foundation year, for which you have to fulfil some widening participation criteria
I thought you could transfer to first year medicine from foundation ClinSci or second year medicine from first year ClinSci. That's what their prospectus says.


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yep but basically this year, you can't, say, go straight into Year 1 and then transfer at the end BUT you can start Foundation Year and can try and transfer then, and if you're not successful you can try again after Year 1
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Unfortunately, from what I know, I've never come across someone who was able to do that after a year. And I know 2 people who did postgraduate medicine (my parents lol). Though, the people I know doing biomed love it! If you have the heart to still try and get into med and can't do it after a year, then I suggest you wait do it as a postgraduate degree. good luck!
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