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    Hello

    I am a student from Germany. I will be taking the german "Abitur", the equivalent to the A-Levels next year. Most British universities demand having studied chemistry on a higher level in sixth form but unfortunately it is not possible to study chemistry at a higher level in my school (my school is specialized in economics and business studies not in sciences). This is why I am interested in medicine with foundation year. However, most of the universities offering this are either not open to EU/home students or only open to underprivileged students. Do you have any ideas?

    Thanks in advance!
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    Some med schools will be considerate if you explain that taking chemistry at a higher level was not an option for you, so try contacting admissions. Ask if they would still consider your application for the standard A100 course anyway- the worst they can do is say no
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    I already sent out some emails. East Anglia just wrote that they are unable to consider my application

    Applying for A100 is going to be quite tough as I just don't have the knowledge for the BMAT...

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    Some med schools will be considerate if you explain that taking chemistry at a higher level was not an option for you, so try contacting admissions. Ask if they would still consider your application for the standard A100 course anyway- the worst they can do is say no
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    the foundation year at manchester medical school is open to eu students
 
 
 
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