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Hi,
I am a third year General medicine student, studying in Hungry.
I am interested to study for my specialization in UK, but the thing is that I don't have enough information about it. It would be kind if anyone would provide me with information.

Thanks.
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hello bello!

UK Postgrad Training is essentially the Foundation Programme (2years) followed by Specialty Training (4-7 years) or Core Training (2-3 years). Core Training is always followed by further specialty training (4-5 years).

The eventual aim is to get your CCT to be a consultant!

If you're an undergraduate currently, it might be worth looking at applying to the Foundation Programme. It will give you general experience, often found useful to people who trained outside the UK (working in the NHS is different!).
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