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I'm probably going to apply to 5 UK med schools via UCAS, then 3-4 European (taught in English Med Schools). Is this quite a common thing to do??

There looks to be some good ones around especially now seeing Barts are teaching their MBBS in Malta now. I think St Georges also do one overseas now?

Many thanks :-) :-)

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Hi

I'm probably going to apply to 5 UK med schools via UCAS, then 3-4 European (taught in English Med Schools). Is this quite a common thing to do??

There looks to be some good ones around especially now seeing Barts are teaching their MBBS in Malta now. I think St Georges also do one overseas now?

Many thanks :-) :-)

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You can only apply to four via Ucas btw.

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You can only apply to four via Ucas btw.

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Ah ok thanks
But then as many offshore schools as I like??

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Ah ok thanks
But then as many offshore schools as I like??

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Technically yes.

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Hi

I'm probably going to apply to 5 UK med schools via UCAS, then 3-4 European (taught in English Med Schools). Is this quite a common thing to do??

There looks to be some good ones around especially now seeing Barts are teaching their MBBS in Malta now. I think St Georges also do one overseas now?

Many thanks :-) :-)

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Btw are you aware of Barts fees in Malta, €35000 a year!!!

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I am a current medical student at this university and I feel like I should warn prospective students that the experience they are expecting will not be as promised. We do not have a "newly built state of the art" university, as is advertised, and most likely won't for another 5 years. We, therefore, don't have a proper library that allows for serious study, or readily available PBL rooms etc, as we are using a few rooms in the Gozo Sixth Form College. The "newly refurbished General Hospital" which is our teaching hospital is only refurbished in the entrance, the actual consultation rooms are anything but refurbished. I suppose this doesn't matter too much, with the few patients the hospital actually sees, which isn't a surprise when you consider that this "state of the art" hospital doesn't even have something as basic as an MRI. The clinical exposure the students can thus get, is below anything you would see in the UK and undoubtedly below the standards necessitated by the GMC.
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