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    Hey everyone! I'm an international student (EU member state) and a graduate in Chemistry (4-year Bachelor degree, 240 ECTS). I would like to continue my studies with a Pharmacy degree in 2017-2018. I was thinking of applying to King's College or UCL and I was wondering if I'm eligible for advanced placement (2nd year probably?). Any info will be very much appreciated! Thanks
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    (Original post by tuff.knight)
    Hey everyone! I'm an international student (EU member state) and a graduate in Chemistry (4-year Bachelor degree, 240 ECTS). I would like to continue my studies with a Pharmacy degree in 2017-2018. I was thinking of applying to King's College or UCL and I was wondering if I'm eligible for advanced placement (2nd year probably?). Any info will be very much appreciated! Thanks
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    Email each university's pharmacy admissions tutor, they'll be able to advise.
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    Hi,

    Email each university's pharmacy admissions tutor, they'll be able to advise.
    Thank you for your reply! I will consider your advice and I will contact the admission tutors soon. I was just wondering if anyone else here in the forum has done it or knows anyone who has. What about my options ? King's College or UCL ? Actually my main concern is the location! It has to be London.
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    (Original post by tuff.knight)
    Thank you for your reply! I will consider your advice and I will contact the admission tutors soon. I was just wondering if anyone else here in the forum has done it or knows anyone who has. What about my options ? King's College or UCL ? Actually my main concern is the location! It has to be London.
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    Im also wondering about this! do they have accelerated courses?!
 
 
 
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