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    I have a MChem in chemistry with molecular medicine and i'm hoping to apply to a post-grad medicine course, but i'm a little confused about how to apply. All the uni websites I've looked at say to use UCAS but I've signed up for the post-grad version of UCAS but I can't find any of the medicine courses on there. Am I looking too early or being an idiot?
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    Try the undergraduate account of UCAS. Post-grad medicine isn't really a post-graduate course, but an undergraduate course open only to those who have at least a bachelor's degree.
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    As Vodka says they classify them as undergraduate degrees. Look for the A101 code which is most typical for Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM). Most (if not all) GEM courses require some sort of admission test so make sure you have researched into and completed those.
 
 
 
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