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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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    Hey there!

    You can find lots of information about the training pathway for becoming a doctor in the UK here. The general pathway that everybody takes after graduating is spending 2 years as a junior (where you do various different jobs), 3-8+ years in specialty training (where you might do a small number of different jobs, or just the one job), and then graduating with your certificate of completion of training and applying to be a consultant - the most senior level of physicianhood.
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