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    hello, . i want to study for special medical field after being GP. how much is the tuition per year for a GP student to study in Oxford uni?
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    Your question doesn't really make any sense. In the UK, students (usually at age 18) apply to study medicine at university. When they qualify, they either specialise as a general practitioner (GP) or a hospital specialist. It would not be normal to train as a specialist after being a GP and you can't be a GP student at Oxford (you need to study medicine instead). The fees you would pay during the six year medicine course at Oxford will depend on whether you are from the UK, another EU country, or somewhere outside the EU.
 
 
 
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