do all irish universities need another language at GCSE??

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Jordan674
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I really want to do medicine, but I don't think I will get into queens so I was going to look at down south univeristies, but all the ones I have looked at so far require another language at GCSE level, when I was picking GCSEs I wasn't thinking of applying down south so I didn't pick a language!

Are there any med schools down south that don't require a GCSE language??
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why do you want to go to Irish university if traning in medicine in UK is free?
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(Original post by ckfeister)
why do you want to go to Irish university if traning in medicine in UK is free?
He might just like ireland
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It is free for people from England, not people from Northern Ireland
United Kindgom is so " united "
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(Original post by ozmo19)
It is free for people from England, not people from Northern Ireland
Other way around.
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All the universities in Ireland require a modern language at Leaving Cert for almost all courses, so I would guess that they'd have the same rule for EU students in equivalent exams. Most schools here will just make you take a language so you have the option. The only one I wouldn't be entirely sure of re:GCSE requirements is the Royal College of Surgeons, have you looked there?
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