5 years or 6 years course? Watch
I 'd like to do medicine at uni and looking at the different ones, it seems that some have a 5 year course and some have a six year course (regardless of accelerated post graduate course or extra foundation courses). How come certain unis can do it in 5 years and others o it in 6? Would you say that extra year is required and worth it?
In the grand scheme of things it doesn't make a difference, but when it comes to applications for F1 jobs, you get extra points for having done an intercalated degree. It's not for everyone, but if you chose a 5 year course I would advocate doing one anyway! (Plus it's a nice break from Medicine!)