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Hello All,

I'm sorry if this has been posted before but i was unable to find any info on it, anyhow I was wondering if anyone would have any advice for this kind of situation.

So to begin with, I am a UK national which has recently graduated (2013) from an international (EU) medical school in Lithuania. Last summer (2012) before beginning my final year of med school, i had applied for the foundation programme but was deemed ineligible due to a small mistake on my part on my application form (I had put the wrong year of graduation on the form ), i decided not to worry too much and would apply again the year after. Now after graduating this year, i registered with the GMC and was granted a full license since my medical school was a 6 year course.

After registering I tried applying again for the foundation programme but again was deemed ineligible because of the fact that i was granted a full GMC license rather than provisional. Now at present, I'm applying directly through the NHS for LAS work as an F1 but have had no luck with applications. I'm also writing to my local hospital for clinical attachments too since I'm currently not working!

So far I haven't had any replies for work or attachments and was wondering if anyone here had any advice on what additionally I should do??

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