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    The Buckingham university (fully independent) is going to introduce a medical degree course.

    What ramifications does that have for students who wish to apply for medicine but do not have the means to pay the full course fees?

    Will doctors get a qualification because of ability to pay? If so, does that mean that our future doctors will be less dedicated vocationally and see medicine as a prestigious career only?
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    (Original post by yawn1)
    The Buckingham university (fully independent) is going to introduce a medical degree course.

    What ramifications does that have for students who wish to apply for medicine but do not have the means to pay the full course fees?

    Will doctors get a qualification because of ability to pay? If so, does that mean that our future doctors will be less dedicated vocationally and see medicine as a prestigious career only?
    from having a look, they haven't registered for WHO listing, so the degree will be worthless worldwide, unless they do it through another school.

    Have you got a link to the source of this info to validate it?
 
 
 
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